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; SAINT FAVL. APRIL 16. IMf."! 




SAINT PAUL PRESS. 



TO ADVBBTISBBS 

Jig- This pnpfrha$a D.ii.'y. 7n- WcfWj/ anrfj 
KVeit.'y arcuUUlcii ite u hj Tr«bl« thut o/any 
other in Minnesota, anri Ihtrcfore pretenttin 
iiuctmems to advtHisfrs tc'iich they icill »m>« «nd 
tlaewhere. 

KXTRA TOI»A^" 

The wire broke between Winona and 
La Crosse yosterday. after the receipt of 
the telegrams which we publish this morn 
ing. The operators will start out early 
this morning to repair the break, and 
we hope to receive further dispatches be 
tween two and three this afternoon. We 
shall issue an extra immediately upon re.|! 
eeipt ot ihti tele^ram.^. 



A««4»MX.IX«0>' OF ABWAHAlt 

SEIV'AHU. 

Oh ? horror • horror ' horror ' 
The saddesf word that ever fell on the 
ears of livine mortals sob'o.d through 
the wires yestinrday and died broken- 
hearted in its flight. A huge eclipse has 
struck the nation down from its high 
noon of (oy to & chaos of thick darkness 
Weep, orphant'd people of America, be- 
reaved of your deliverer ' Weep, Liber- 
ty, widowfcd in your bridal hour; for 
Abraham Lincoln, the wise, the good, 
the great of heart, the Savior of the Re- 
public, the type and pillar of its cause, 
the man in whom ^.wasj centered all 
ihe hopes and affections of the nation— 
is i>E vn — yes, (lod help us, dead— 
stnokei down - 

O, horror ' horror ' horror ' Tongue nor heart 
Cannot conceive nor njune thee.— 



VOLUINIE ^r. 



&JS.11ST J?j\.\JTj, SXJNDA.Y, ^I^RIL 16. 1865. 



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■laid low before by the hands of assassins, .blow »>^^-aked the slumbering^ !:!:^i;Slld'Sa?ris'Sfand hT.her'unriSI LATEST BY TELEGRAPH] 

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o. tk, people. .n,l ha, «i- *•« -"•''IX'ii^'g.tn'iS/:,!^,' ^d"".! 
an mstrument who will not be slow to ^''-Bthe parting dav linger to 'play upon its 
ecute their wilL lample fo'da. [Chcerfl.] Jt is the ilag| 

The pistol shot that slew Abrahamfiof our country, it is your tlag. it is my 
Lincoln struck the death .ignal of thelnagan-Ut bids defiance |^o all the na^^^^^^^ 



ISTTJ^tlBEH 87. 

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upon liberty. Abraham Lincoln 
saved it. Tyrants like Appius have fal- 
len victims, ere now, to private ven- 
geance lor acts of lust or oppression. 
But Abraham Lincoln never wronged a 
human being, and lived and labored.with 
a sublime unselfishness , only for the good 
of all his people : 

» » • Besides, this Lincoln 

Hath born.' Uts faculties so meek, hath been 
So clear in his great oiflcc, that his virtues 
Will plead like angels, trumpet-toagaed 

against 
The deep damnation of his taking off, 
And pity, like anew t>orn bal)C 
Striding ihe blast, or heaven's cherubim, 

horsed 
Ou the sightless couriers of the air, 
Shall blow the horrid deed in every eye 
That tears shall drow-n the wind. 

But the crime takes a still n\ore awful 



,,.,., T. , .BiOf the earth, aii'i to the encroachments of 

leading traitors of the bouth. It turnedS ^ ^^^ _^^^ combined. [Renewed 

the milk of Northern kindness into gall. B^.^geripoj It is not my intention to make 
and its honey into wormwood ; and ittiny imprudent remarks or allusions, but 

made Andy Johnson President of thefithe hour will come vhcn those nations 

_ ' , Htbat exhibit«='d toward us such insolence 

United States . ^ Band imprcper intcrierecce in the midst j)f 

It was a woful day lor the rebel lead-Bpy, adversity, und, as they supposed, of 
ers, when they passed the executive pow-Bour weakness, will learn that this is a 
of this nation from the lenient handsEgovernment of the people possessing 

(lower enough to rrjake_ itself felt and re- 
spected. [Cheers.] In the midst of our 
rejoicing, we must not forget to drop a 
fear lor those gallant fellows who have 
ished their blood that their Government 



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of kind-hearted Abraham Lincoln, to thatj 
stern and unrelenting foe of traittrs- 
Andy Johnson. 

Elsewhere we republish a speech re-i 
cently delivered by Mr. Johnson at| 
Washington, in which he sets forth hisl 
policy : Ilia motto is "Death to Traitors'i 
— and the grief-stricken nation sorrow- 




PRESIDENT LINCOLN 
ASSASSINATED. 



raessase of President Lincoln 
in Paris. 

A Paris corresf ondenl says : 

The Message of President Lincoln, onj 

lentering upon his new term of ofHce, has 

been received here with unmitigated eat 

isfaction. lis oderatioH of tone. it«: 

l^wise reticence ..ith respect to the wai'J 

J, ',o ^v,^„„ ail boasting, either as re- 

.uc glorious past or the hopetul f u „ 
I .... , MconBtructed undpr a idtual direction, lo connec- 

jture. its truthtalness. simplicity and reve-ptlon with h<>rclalrvoy«nt powers, is enabled to 
rential character— all these qu.alities bavegpresent to you a p. riect liken'.fs ol yojr Cuiuip 

, . ,, ,j i >« . „ .^„ ♦i.,.Mlif« part""- ."^liP < ail aUo tell within a f*>w divt 

secured to Jhe address ot Mr. I,inc«n thcQjjjg 5^,^ <ji marriag , whether the uDlon will of 



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|100 Barrels Tobacci: , M bbN MeKS Pork, SO bbls 

IsieftR Beflf, Dry B-t f Tonguee. I.«rd, Bacoo, and 

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reception and respectful attention it soHhappy or otherwi f, and number of children. 

well deserves, i^ven its snortnesa Hiffe. hight.and ntii e ,n full. enclose :«cpntfl and 
proved a welcome qualification to Luro-r -.-..... 



[might trinm(ih. Wu cannot forget them 
when we view the many bloody battle- 
jtields of the war, the new made graves, 
lur maimed friends and relatives who 
[have lost their limbs, as it were, on the 



[magnitude m its vast sweep of possiblcBf^jj^ j^j^jj^ ■^^^ ^^^ ^.j^jg^ ^^^^ i^j, ^^^ ^^jj 



tneiny's soil, and others who have been 

,. Ill 1 „ ^. „,!■ • ■aransiimed to their lone, narrow houses 

consequences. It would almost seem a^B ^j- ..i^^^^j, ^o Traitors"-and may|^"jj;'^^^i„ji„p ,1,^^^ 3^^;^ ,he.r blankets 

if the blind Sampson of the R«^Dellion,g(.jj^ ^]^jjgjjfy jj^ygnjgj.^,^ q^ ^heir souls Hgaturated with their blood. [Hear, hear ] 
i' mad with despair, had sought, in drag B gmBiiHaill^iaBH^i^HBBBBHBB^^^BB )ne more word and I have done. It 
^ging down these two great pillars of thtgJ.nvRDKH WEAH HKJini:»»o!f.Bi, ,bis : 1 AM IN FAVOR OF LENI- 

National cause, to drag the 

;n the s^ame ruin with the traitor 



jiUars of thfa«i«»K» jimM.*t. Hi«::ia»«.»»8"i».wi3 this : 1 AM IN bAVVittUt" i..i>^i>i- 
nation down! A report reaches us that a Norwe JkNCY ; Bl)T IN MY OP^^^ 

, , a , 1 1 1 L- r »i, Hdoers should bl punished. 

.tor's confed|gian boy was murdered by his fat»^". j ^^.^^ ^^ . j,^^^,,^ ^^ ,,-| tKKASON IS 



eracy. 



near Henderson, last Thursday. The 
The anticip.ated death of Seward would||head of the boy had been found, sev 
have been deeply mourned as an irrepar-gered from the body. Search was insti 
able loss even without the fearful circum-Htuted both for the body and murderer, 
tances which precipitated his end. ButHrhere was great excitement among the 
-stricken down bv the bullet of a rebelMt'"- sudden and tragic disappearance ojpeople in that vicinity 
assassin : st.-icken down last Friday nighli J'-esidenl Lincoln from the stage on which 
in the presence of his family in his pri- |l«>- bas filled so sublime a part, seems al 
vate box at a theatre in full view of theW'^cst to open a chasm of utter rum be 
people; stiicken down by a cowardly 

blow administered stealthilv from behindgliving was so completely identified with 
bv a worthy instrument of that rebellion |the great cause of the nation as he; he 
which took this method to crown the H was its popular impersonation, its breath 

But the dar< B*"B *- P^ '^^^ official representative, and 
no man living can succeed to the deep 
hold of Abraham Lincoln upon the aCfec- 
tions and confidence of the nation. The 
nation had accepted him as God's ap- 
pointed agent for the suppTes^sion of the 
^Clreat Rebellion, and having just ac 



measure of its villainies 
spirit that prompted this crime was not 
content with this illustrious victim. At 
the same hour his great mate 
jind co-worker in the cause 
of freedom. William H. Seward, 
largest-minded of American statesmen — 



perished by the hands of the same, or adcomplisbed this great work, he seemod to 



confederate assassin — who crept into the 
chamber of th« dying statesman under 



a false pretence, and plunged his murder- ^beneficent task of reconstruction. In 
ou8 itdetto into the crippled and helplessldeed, he seemed far mora fitted by char 



all human thinking, God's own chosen 
instrument for completing the nrand and 

In- 



[Cl 

I'HE IIinilESr CRIME KNOWN IN 

THE CATALOGUE OF CRIMES; and^ 

FOR HIM Til XT TS GUILTY OF IT 

—FOR II I M THAT IS WILLING TO 

LIFT HIS IMPIOUS HAND AGAINST] 

THE AUTHOllI TY OF THE NATION 

-I WOULD SAY, DEATH IS TOO 

EASY A PUNISHMENT! [Loud 

-» 1 . . .• n „r .•»« ♦« f..,. Mcheers.l My notion is that treason must 

OiK hearts are too la 1 of grief to inr-U ^J^ ^dious-that traitors must be 

nish formal biographical obituaries of theH ^^^j^j^g^, ^^ j impoverished, their social 

two great and good men whose untimelv||power broken, (hough they must be made 

and tragic end we record this morning.Bco feel the penalty of their crimes. You, 

hearts and memories ol the people, »"< ■ishment here as well as elsewhere. It is| 
in the history of their country. At an-Hnot the men in the field who are the great- 
other time we may have the heart to gath-Hest traitors. It is the men who have en- 
er up the records of their past, and 8trew|«oura8c<l them to imperil their lives, 
■ . . -.T Hwhile thev them 



SECRETIRY SEW&RDi 

MURDERED IH 

HIS BED. 



DEATH OF THE PRESI 

DENT YESTERDAY 

MORNING. 



ipean readers, and has, dou'otless, pro 
Icured for it a more {general perusal than 
Ifalla to the lot of many a more self-im- 
Iportant and long-winded State docu- 
Iment. But above all, the cjncludiagj 
iwords of peace and good will to all na- 
Itions, have been hailed with relief and! 
Ipleasure by the French public, both 
■political and commercial. We have| 
Ibeen pestered of late with so many bug 
(bears, and with stories of what was to] 
Ihappen when the war was over and 
jthe American Union once more restored 
Ito its full strength, that the people have] 
lat last began really to think that the first 
lintimation they might receive of the ac 
^omplishment of those great events would 
ibe the appearance of an American tieet 



lamped euvelopc^. Lock box 30, Detroit, Mii:h. 
Th-j name and 1' 0. address (which will enable 
i-ou to open a carrf .'ipondencei will be sent fji 
'so ceutB adJUional . aprl6-2w* 



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OBTT'ICKRS : 

Hon. DANIEL 8. DICKINSON, President. 
WM. I. PHIPP.S, Vice-President. 
KOBERT BASSKTT, Secretary. 
H. J. BURTIS. Mining Sup't, TltuSTllle, P*. 
ATLANTIC BANK, 142 B^wy, N. Y., Treasury. 



Th* ^r«lls of She C4 



»ttmmy •■« »«i 



Frederick Seward Dan-fro »"*e''f«'"« ''•^'^ *''*'•'*'"•''" °^ "^l'^"" 'j* 

tions, or even to remember too mmutely, 
in the day of their power, acts of semi 
hostility committed a<;ainst them in thcj 
hour of their fancied weakness, This is! 
the right position to .nssnme, the noblest 
attitude and langua e to hold ; and 1 canl 



gerously Wounded. 



OFFICIAL, BULLETIN. 



lAaaaaaiBatioB of Prciaidvat Eilitc«li 
laad Vvcraitiarjr Kvwiard. 



iowers upon their graves 
ffive nothing bu t tears 
THE Bkpublic ! 



Now we canj 
Goi> S.vvKj 



he work of| 



body of the sick and dying man-and thu« jacter and temperament for ihe 

- Tconciliation, than of war. No tamt ot| 



SPEECH OF THE VICE PRESIDENT. 

Oelivere<1 at Washington on Re-| 

ceipt of tht News of the Fall of 

Biohmond ,on Monday Last. 



hastened by a foul superfluity of murder , , „ i 

life, which a fewSpartizan bitterness stained the cloudless 
'magnanimity of his ch.aracter. He was 



the end ot a glorious 
days more of suffering would have termi- 
nated without Ihe aid of crime. And the 
son— Frederick Seward— hastening to the 
bed- side of his murdered father, was met 
by the assassin at the djor, and he too 
received wound.^ supposed to be mortal. 
Nothing in the records of human Listo- 
rv furnishes the parallel to this awful 



[the soul of Christian charity. He was too 
[merciful even to be just — too compassion- 
jate to evil-doers to alwa}8 rigidly vindi 
pcate the bacred majesty cf the law. And 
[it is known that he had contemplated a 
(policy towards the rebels from which 
[nearly every Jeature cf exemplary pun 



tragedy, or of the stupendous villainygishment and nearly all the pains and pen- 



which designed and executed it. It 
would almost seem aa if an all-wiac God 
had permitted this thing to be done in 
order that the end of the Rebellion might 
be aignalized by an atrocity so 
startling and stupendous as to fix upon it 
the eternal horror of all mankind, and to 
brand the record of its infamy so deep 



allies of treason had been expunged 
nothing less than a universal amnesty 
conditioned only upon a full restoration 
of the Union and a full acceptance of the] 
policy of Kmaucipatioo 

And this, perhaps, is why God too 

him. lie had accomplished his work. 

He had sat in the chair Irom which JelT 



What the Rebels Have got Now. 



Death too Eazy a Funiahment foi 
Traitors. 



selves have remained at 
'home ijxpendirg their means and exerting] 
all their power to overthrow the Govern- 
ment. Hi-nce I say this — * THE HAL- 
TRRTO IN'JKLLIGENT. INFLUEX- 
riAL TRAIIOJIS.' [Loud cheers.] 
But to the honest boy. the deluded 
man, who ha? been deceived into the 
'rebel ranks. I would extend leniency. 1 
would say, return to your alegiance, 
new your suppir*: to the Government, i 
^>eccm•> a good citizen; BUT THE 
LEADERS I WOULD HANG. [Great 
cheering] T hold, too, th^t wealthy 
]traitor8 should be made to remunerate 
those men who have suffered as a conse- 
'qacnce of thoir crime— Union men who 
'have lost their property, who have been 
[driven from tucir homes, beggars and 
„anders amon<c strangers. It is well to 
ta'k about th»tso things here to-day, in 
addressing the wellinformed persons who 

You can, to n 



Wau Deh't, Wawhi.voion, ( 
Ai^ril 16 1 :3U A. M. N 



Maj. Gen. Dix - 

This evening about '9 :30 p. .m , at 
Ford's Theatre, the President, while sit 
ting in his private box with Mrs. Lin 
coin, Mrs. Rogers and Major Rathbnrn, 
was shot by an assasin, who suddenly 
entered the box and approached behind 
ihe President. 

The assassin then leaped upon the stage 
brandishing a large dagger or knife, and] 
made his escape in the rear of the tbea 
tre. The pistol ball entered back of the! 
President's bead, and penetrated nearly] 
through the head. 

The wound is mortal. The President! 
has been insensible ever since it was in- 
flicted, and it now about dying. 

About the same hour an assassin, not] 



see already, bv the effect producedHire oosey little thi igs. Thev are called roadie-' 
around me. that! like everything true and|Hj>^r o,„^am.„Y. -^[^VymV Trimmi^'/s" rrotd 
straight for w.<ird, it is also the best poucyH.set Buttons, Drox i Triminioi;'. audOrnaineuU, 
in the end. Bv adopting such, AmericaHvery new. ury Gaod., cicaks and cioakirgs, at 
•11 • 4. ■ • .„- , „. ,1 ..,>„„»„♦ Hthe lowest i)anic prices. Remember the place- 

ill rise at once in esteem and rebpect,B„pjjf below LlttieN Book store, Catholic iilock.' 
as she rises in restored power and influ-Hst. Paul, Minneeo.a. 
ence in the world. H Aprins, isn... apris-tf 



ofironsfd-esintheporr, of Havre, or aH ^ir.^. Uilgail-S Letter 
fleet of gunboats sailing up the S.ine tofe >;- Vork.^n oe.ved t^ states U.at ^hcj 

take Pans! The President's langu-ageK 

has taught France that the American peo-y^M[illi"»ery and I>ry G-oods 
pie and government can bring tlieir owiig|t:U after the falloi Bichroond and Burronder of 

difficulties to a satisfactory ien.unationfe-^-'J;i-^^«;,|;-,cX";^th'»"^^^^ ou 

without, on tbat account, either uesinngMdone four days pre viijua. 'ihe panic was awful ;fcj Pa) ui.^ut for stock may be made In drafta, re«. 

"rebel synipatliizon groaned and trembk-d to till' j&lstered notes, or Oovernment bonds and aecnn- 
oottoin ol their pickets; Urion men sighed aSKtics, which boDds and Becurities will betaken 
little — *■< men win lose roust do— but soon recov-Kot tlioir market value. 

iered, and were seen rejoicing and crying Glory toB Kemittances ro«y t)e addressed to the Compa 
liod! Our Countr- Saved! ti«b*^lllon Gone! JSny, P.O. Box5,S»W,New Kork City or to "At- 

We have seveial lot? of those New Goods 
opened at our new Store on 

Third SItraet, St. Paul 
Come and see tl ose Pattern Bonnets. They 



ny, P.O. Box5,S»W, New Kork City or to "At- 
lantic Bank, I'reat-ury of the New York and Liv- 

^eri)ool Petroleum Company, 142 Broadway, Hew 

S Xork City,'' or to any ot its agents. 
•^^ apll-to \na» * 



Gen. McClellan. — A London journal 
says : " The Ameriuans resident in Rome 



BFfclCK HOUSE 



FOR. 8A.r.IC. 

have given a banquet on a scale of greatHi^entraliy located, lO Rooms, CInern aad \Veli| 



magnificence to tien. McClellan, and it 
is not a little remarkable that at this din- 
ner citizens of both the north and south 
commingled. The Americans thus show 
their good sense in not carrying their 
quarrels into foreign countries. 



§tw §idvcrtii5cment!J, 



into the heart of shuddering christendomBDavis had lied at Richmond. He had 

that no sophistrv of human history shouldB witnessed the last and final victory of ouraooade by bad men to overthrow the Gov 

dare to misinterpret God's judgment uponlarms, resulting in the surrender of the|ernment of the United States, a govern 

it, or>to condotie its measureless crimes.Emain army of the rebellion ; and ^^^ ^^^gcemented by th^ best blood of the Revolu 
That the Wow was struck by a rebelislain on the anniversary of the day when.Mjj^jj^ [Cheers.] You must indulge me] 
hand in fultiimpnt of a long meditatedifour years before, he had issued his firstain making one single remark in cpnoec 

nrocl imation for 75 000 men " to repos-Hiion with myself. At the time the traitors^ 

. . , , „i,„» .v- TTr,;»artBin Ihe Senate of the United States plot-, 

acft the forts and arsenals ot tne UniteaM'" '""- . , /-, ... » j 

SPSS me loriB H..U m. ,gted^ against the Government and entered 

States"— an anniversary just •'PleD'ateda-j^ ^ conspiracy more foul, more exe- 
in Charleston by re-boisting the flag otfl(.i.|ible, andmore odious than that of Cat- 
the Union over Fort Sumter, and in Vv'aah-Haline against the Romans, I happened tO| 

[be a member of that body, and, as to loy 



plan of vcngeance.that it was carrying out 
at the miserable end of the rebellion, the 
plot of assassination which dogged the 
President s way to the Capital upon his 
tlrst inauguration, it is hardly possible to 
doobt. The deed itself betrays the same 
paternity of wickedness which has for 
years wreaked its cruel malice upon 
thousands of obscurer victims, at Rich 
mond, at Andersonville, at Salisbury, and 
it contains every characteristic circum 
iJtatce of that carnival of crime m which 
the re bellion ha- reveled from the outset 
...d wbici has marked the footsteps of 
s.Avery for a hundred years 

No one on the American continent not 
sahirated with the foul pollution of an 
atmosphere of woman-whippers, — no one 
not educated in all the diabolical mean 
ness, the cowardice, the wickedness, the 
brutality of that chivalrous school of which 
.Jeff Davis stands as the head, could have 
compassed the conception ol a crime likej 
this. To murder a sick and helpless man 
upon his dying bed : to despatch a victim 
by a cowardly bullet aimed from behind, 
are not new rebel exploits. Thousands 
ol men as innocent as Abraham Lincoln 
or William H. Seward have perished by 
the same handj by means as base as this. 
And the murder of the President is no 
jworse in one sense than the eq lally cold-] 
■blooded assassination of thousands of 



The Hon. Andrew Johnson, Vice Pres 
ident of the United States, was discover-Hcomposc this audience 
ed in the crowd, and, upon being vocil-Syery great extent, aid in moulding public 
erously called for, was introduced bvHopinion, and in giving it a proper direc- 
Mr. Wetmore, military agent of the StateBtion. Let ns commence the work. We 
of Ohio. Bbave put down these traitors in arms 

The Vice President expressed hi!«lLET US PU 1' THEM DOWN iX LAW, 
thanks for the firvid reputation accordedBlN PUBLIC .lUDG.MENT, AND IN 
to him by the vast crowd, and said: BtHE MORALS OK THE WORLD 

As I have been introduced I willB[Greatcheei3.] Permitmenowtopropose||j^j. yg^^j.j,g ^.^^^^^^1^^^ j^^^^^^j^j. 
make one or two remarks, for I feel thatBthreechecfs for the capture of Richmond. ■ "^ 

no one would be justified in attempting tofl ^1^,^^ ti^^es throf^ cheers were given|tence of havmg a prescription, was shown] 
make an address on such an occasion.B^ifi, immeu.sc enthusiasm, when threeljQ ^i,g Secretary's sick chamber. Thi 
when the excitement is justly at_ so greatBcueers were proposed for the Vic > Presi-B i j * .u u ji 

height. . . idenraiTd «iv-. n with hearty good will. B^sassm immediately rushed to the bed 

"We are now, my friends, winding upH Vice President John.son then suggestedyuid juflictcd two or three stabs in the] 
|a rebellion, a great eff"ort that has heeng^^^g^ oheer.-i (or "our brave officers and 

men who have achieved these great re 
[suits," and they were given with great 

unction. 

_ — — »■»■■< 

DRAFTED MEN TO BE DISCHARGED. |will prove fatal. The nurse alarmed Mr 

Fred Seward who was in an adjoining! 



|'lTr<»OD, HAY AHD X.UHB. 

C. A. PRESOOTT, 

ISuccoiSor to PENNY & MEAGHAM.l 
, Wholesale and Ketnll Dealer in 

IWood, Hoy & Liime. 

Wood gawed, split and delivered In any quanti- 
Itlty. Orders solicited and promptly attended to. 



HENKY McKEN nr, 
Dealer In Keal Estate. 
St. Paul, April 11, 18P6. ll-dlw* 



miVKK PACKKT 



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will run henceforth regularly on the MinDegota| 
river, A new bo it for passer gers and freight- 
has two Kood barges. 1.. W. PON», Master. 

R. McLagan, "Jerk. 

apU-2w 



Bug'fipi.etst For Halo. 

Several Kew ami Secondhand Buggies for »alij 
at bargains. 
MSf Call at my Oarriege Shop. 

R. L. WHARTON, 
apS-d:iw JackPon-gl., tnst. O tii and 7th^ 



[1865. SKEDS. 1865. 
Seeds ! Seeds ! 

[garden, GRAS.S AND FLOWER SEEDSt 

DAY & JENKS, 

IDRTJOGISTS, 8AJNT PA.X7Ij, 

DBALHBS m 

SOBASS SEEDS— Timothy, Clover, Red Top 
HauKarian, Blue Grass, Orchard and Lawn 
Grass. 

JGAKUEN SEEDS— By the Ponnd, Box, or Pa- 
per, In great variety. 

EkLOWER bKEDU— The largest and tMat assort- 
ment in this State. 

[rUTA BAGA and TURNIP SEED, Wholesale 
and Retail. ap6-dfcw8m 

JA.S. J. HII^X^ 

[Forwarding & CommiBsiOD 

AGENT FOR THE 
(NOllTIi WESTERN PACKHT COMPANY, 

Il.UNOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, 
[MIL. AND PRAIRIE DU CHIEN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT CONTRACTED 
iTO ALL POINTS EABT AND SOUTH AT 
TUK LOWEST RATES. 
**- Overcharges and Damages promptly ad- 

' juste'!. 

Othw and Warehouse on the Ix»wer Levee, St. 



Office and Yard, oonier Fourth and St. Peterj 
known whether the same or not, enteredBstreets. 



C. A. PRESCOTT. 



aprl6-nm 



Five hundred men wanted bv the undernigned, 
llWlng at .Stillwater, to work lii Haw Mills, on the! 
1st. Croix Bourn und Kafting logs, for which the] 
Ihighet waeei* willl>e iiild. 

I SCUULEN. OURG, BftEt KELKR * CO. 
Imar.30-lm. H1i:rSEY, biTAPL.E-t ft UaLL. 



I throat and two in the face. 



iField and Oarden Seeds 

Plants, Vines, Fruit Trees, &c., 

AT WHOI.KSALE ASD RETAIL, 

This season at L. B. Waltc's Store, Third 

1^1. St. Paul. Nur 



New Oigaiiizattons to be| 
Seat Forward. 



ington by an order of the Secretary of^^^ ^^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^,^^^ tlie|^ten,selves 

War to cease all draft' and i-ecruiang,j|gg^^jjj„ ^f ,1,^ s^^^hern States. I w&aW 



an! to e0ect a general reduction of ourBfijej, ^nd there called upon to know what 
vast war establishment to a peace foot- Jl would do with such traitors, and I want 

]to repeat my rep'y here 



The following welcome order* explain] 
\Va8Hincton, April 14. 



^street, above Merchants' Ho 

It is hoped the wounds may not beB»«'"y ""'*.*^':*'P° ""'^''^*? ""•'■'■,^^?"'°'"''''- .„h 
' ^ ■ A stock of fresh sei'ds Just received— warriinted 

mortal Mv annrehenaions are that thevBthe best for 3Iinne>^ota c'Imate that can be ob 
mortal. i>iy apprenensions are mat ^^n^yBt^inod. AUklnasof Garden plants in season 

^Seeds, fcc, sent b^ mall. 

All seeds warranted equal ti those I sold In si 

ear, which gave univer^sl satlslaciion. 

Of ZOkinds of Seedling I'otutoes, obtained fronn 
Canada and Eastern and Western states, cultiva- 
ted by me la?t vear, I have two kinds for sale, 
which I recommend as i*o. I. The new Whiti- 
Peach Blow original fd at Monmouth. Neu Jer- 
sey, and the i.arnet "hlH, orlg'ir.iif;d by Kev. UrJ 
Goodrich, Utica, N. Y.— far superior to coromonj 
Peach Blow, and enormoiislv prolllic Price or 
both kinds, $2.50 per bushel ; 75 cuts per peck. 
J>. A. ROBKdr.v)N. 

St. Paul, March 23d, 1B6.''. aprlfoawdkwtl 



ing. 

He had thus witnessed the substantial' 
end of the rebellion— the guod tighi 
foucht — the journey ended — the work] 
done- bis country saved— Liberty secure! 
—and be died the actual President! 
of the United States. 

Like Moses he had led his weary peC"! 
pie to the borders of the Promised Land, 

and from the topof Pisgah closed his <5yi"glHANG ^THEM. [Prolonged cheers ] 
eyes on th.- glad prospect of that Peacegj^g humble "as I am and have been I have 
and Beuniou which, for a wise purposcBpursued but one, undeviating course. All 
he was not permitted to achieve. ithat I have— life, limb, and property— 

' . , , , » I „ * .„i.;„i, Bhave been put at the disposal of the coun- 

And that great soul, on wl»'cb| .^ ^^.J ^^^^^^j^ ^^ ,,^^^ ^een in 

was laid the heavy cross of all oarB ^p^ j ^^^^ ^een in the field, I have 
national crime and sorrow, passedBbecn everywere where this great rebellion 
peacefully up to God, with all the weary 
burden of his country rolled away. 



■room, and he hastened to the door of his 
■ father's room, where he met an assassin 
[who inflicted upon him one or more dan- 
Igerous wounds. The recovery of Fred. 
ISeward is doubtful. It is not probable 
{that the President will live through tlie 
{night. 

Gen. Grant and wife were advertised 



o Col. AverlU 
T .=:,i ;f .«H AH men drafted under the present call 
had an Andrew' Jackson he would, hanglof Dec. 19th, 18C4, who have not been 

them as high as ilaman. [Cheers.]' ButBforwarded to general rendezvous, will beHto]be at the theatre this evening, but be 
[as he is no more, and sleeps in his grave 
n his own beloved State, where traitora 



land treason have even insulted his tomb 

tnd the very earth that covers his remains, 

Ihumble as I am, WHEN YOU ASK ME 

IWHAT I WOULD DO, MY RE PLY IS, 

|l WOULD ARREST THEM; I 

WOULD TRY THEM; I WOULD 

:ONVICT THEM, AND I WOULD 



■was ; 



Ibearing in his victor hands the broken! 
Ichains of American Slavery, and the ren- 
lovated charter of American Nationality| 
las the trophies of a mission fulfilled. 

He died a martyr to the same cause for[ 
[which he lived — that his blood might con- 



I have pursued it until I believe I 
lean now see its termination. Since the 
world began, there never has been a re 
bellion of such gigantic proportions, so] 



released. Istarted to Burlington at 6 o'clock this 

This order not to apply to substitutesB ^^^.^^ ^^ ^ ^^^^.^^^^ meeting at which 

Iready mustered in. ^ ^ j^ppj^iEs, BGen. Grant was present, the subject of 

A. A. G.Hthe state of the country and prospect o: 
a speedy peace was discussed . The Pre-! 



^OROHUIM CtKEU. 

We have the .State Agenoy for SKINNER'S] 
ADJUSTABLE SUGAR CANE MILL, and] 
have on hand a l<t of choice Sorghum Seed, be- 
leoted In the tele by Mr. Bkinner. 
m25-tf B IGELO W, MURDOCK ft CO. 



H/i-Y! hay: 



BALED HAY FOR SALK, In qaantities tol 
init purchasers, und dollrered to any part of th< [ 
dty. 

Inquire at the jiDce of 

PENNY & MEACHAM, 

m2S Im* Uppt r rnvee. 



FC'K. SAJ:Jb3. 



W.vsHiNOTON, April 14. 
To Col. Avenl : 

No additional new organizations will 
be forwarded to the field until further in- 
structions fiora this office, 

THOMAS M. VINCENT, 

A. A. O 
— » ■ • ■ • 

A Lcctnre. 

Anoka, April 15. 
Editors St. Paul Press. 

Althougb the lecture season usually 



sident was very cheerful, and hopeful,! 
and spoke very kindly of Gen. Lee and! 
others ot the Confederacy. 

K. M. STANTON, 

Sec. of War. 

LATKaT. 



I^ASTKR 2VOT1CE. 

We have a lot of the Largest Fggs ot" the sea-] 
son, tip top for Easter. 

Some No. 1 cheese— good enough Icr r.r. ilir 

Pickles, Canned am Dried l-'rulf v ;d Ojsterp 
—good for Easter tinae. 

Teas, Sugars, Coffees, riplces— all good lUiii^ 
aheap. 

Flour. Apples, Onions, Potatoes, Turnips, 
Dried Apples, Beans, Peas, &c. &c 

These goods will be offered at the lowest pos 

glble priOM, and If not sold b-'fore Kaster, wo will 

willingly wait on you any time afterwards auU 

liver them at your residences free of charge. 

DUGA.N, RCNNETTE ft CO. 

St. Paul, April 15, 1*^65. marl7-ly 



I 



I offer for nale the following articles : 
>NK LARGE SAFE, TWO OFFICE DBSK3,| 
TEN NEW WAGON COVERS, FuUR 
TENTS, TWO OFFICE CHAIRS, 
"WO OFFICE STOOLS, ONE STOVE, PIPF| 

AND DHUM, WITH BOILUR, 

INE GOOD FATWBANK'S SCALES, OHF| 

I la'TfeK PRESS, 

And o.iic" aiilsloi t.o numerous to mention. 

C. W. WOOLLEY, 

Cor. Third and Sibley ets. 

St. Paul, Apriiia, U>65. l2-5t 




^ 



E.^ 



PA^mJBH, 



Attorney and Counselor ut Iaw. 
laeyward'f Block, Third street, 



Office In 
feb2-ly 



Waii Dei'artment, 10 a. m 
Washington, April 16 



1 



To Maj. Oen. Dix: 

\braham Lincoln died this morning ai 



nfamous in character, so diabolical inBclosee earlier than this, yet the citizensg22 minutes past 7 o'clock 
Imotive, so entirely disregardful of theBof Ancka were favored, on Thursday 



rnion prisoners in rebel hands, and ofBsecrate the completed work of Human 
tens of thousands of Union men not pris-BPreedom forever in the hearts of the 
onen ; no worse, in one sense, than thejPeople. 
frustrated attempt to burn the hotels ol 



llawB of civilized war. It has introduced! 
the most savage mode of warfare everl 

E' racticed upon the eart^. I will repeat^ 
ere a remark, for which I have been inl 
10 small degree censured. What is it,l 
allow mc to a&k, that has sustained thel 



levenmg, with a most admirable address! 
upon the " Patriotism of W^oman," by 
Mrs. Mary J. Colburn, the accomplishedj 
ind gifted authoress ol the prize essay 
[recently published by order of the Legis- 



R. M. STANTON, 

Secretary of War. 
Washinoton, April 15 — 11 a. v. 
The Star extra says : At 7 :20 o'clockl 
Ithe President breathed his last. He| 



Office at Sink's Grocery Stor?, Jackson St. 

IPassengers, Baggage and Light Freight carried 

to and from Hotels, Depot, Steamboat Landing, 

and anywhere in the city. 

A. H. wiainisH, 

apis Pr.ptletor, 



Bridge Square. St. Fatal, 

jWig Maker & Importer of 
HUMAIN HAIR, 

|Wi<rs, Braids, Bands, Curls, &c, 

MANUFACTLRfeDBV HIMSELF. 

JAnd warranted of the Best Material and Work- 
Imanship, at PRICES WHICH JjEFV COMPE- 

Itiov. 

Orders by Mail or Express will receive prompt 
latteution. _ , __. 

I Private rooms for Ladies' HalrDreesIng, rnc- 
liing, yhompooing and Dyeing. 

The only duo W^ DlEInthe world applied 
and for sale. 

N. B.— GenUemen's Hair Cut with jB(lcM«°t 
and taste. 

BRIDGE SQUARE. ST, PAUL. '^'* 
apHy-liri 

Pioneer F«oii.ixclry 

AND 

IndupUcate.wiibe received at thin <*''''>* '"***'B']\T 4 T^lITiyE W^ORK-S 

OK' MIN^J'KSOTA.. 



Actintr ▲••li'taa* I*. HI. 



,>• OIHcf,^ 



.Si. I'Ai.l.. April 1.1, 18«r,. 



S 



SEALED PROPOSALS 



llature, entitled " Minnesota as a HomeBclosed his eyes as if gently falling asleep.] 
Mrs. C. has none olfl Chicago, Aprlllb. 



New York, with their living communities 
of women and children ; though the illus- 
trious position of the victims in this case 
throws out the awful wickedness oi the 
deed into a boldness and distinctness of 
outline corresponding to the greatness of 
their station. 

But by reason of that very station, and 
in proportion to its greatness, this 
assassiinafio'* o^ ^^ President and his 
Premier i> worse than that of any pri- 
vate individual. 

For Abraham Lincoln was slain by a 
rebel bullet, not because he was Abra- 
ham Lincoln, but because he was the 
< onstitutional President of these Unitedl 
State* ; because be was the elect of the] 
American people to carry on the great 
work of vindicating the majesty of thel 
Constitution ; because, by virtue of his 
office, he was the impersonation of the] 
principle of National Unity and Nation 
al Freedom. 

The blow which struck him down waa 
a blow struck against the Government] 
of the United States— a blow at Amer 
lean Liberty— a blow at the right of 
self-government — the concentrated mal- 
ice of the rebellion, aimed at the central 
authority of the nation, in the sacredj 
person of its Chief Executive. 
Confusion now has made his master pi ece ; 
Mo«t sacrilegiout murder bath broke ope 
ihe Lord's anointed temple, and stole thence 
The life of the bnilding. 



nation in this great struggle ? The cry 
^has been, yon know that our Govem-I . 

Abraham Lincoln is dead, but (?od5<tf/H^gnt ^ag not strong enoughB^^'" Emigrants ■ .^. ... • j r x%t i. 

rules. And if we might dare, with rev-|for a time of rebellion; that in such aBthat disagreeable boldness which too fre-B Dispatches just received from Wash 
erence and »'ear to trace His purpose inl-'"'^ ^^® ''^"^'^ ^^"^ to contend againstB,.u,.ntiy characterizes female lecturers,Blngton say that Secretary Seward died a 

but on the contrary, her modest and un-Hg .39 this morning. 

rebellion had been permitted to terminateHjiiat such is , 

in this gigantic illustration of the wicked-Brebelliou shall have been crushed out,Bher, at first sight, to be a lady of refine 
ness of^'ts agents in order to overrule thel'*"*^ ^he nation shaU once again have 8et-Bn,ent Her voice is clear and distinct, 

■tied down in peace, our ^?verj|n»«°*^f "'Bber delivery graceful and animated, and 

at times eloquent. Her lecture evinced 



vicious popular tendency to an excels oi«^ ^^^ a more enduring basis than 

magnanimity in dealing with its leaders .Hg^gj, before. [Cheers.] But, my friends, 

in order to unite the loyal people in aBin what has the great strength of this 

unanimous and resistless impulse of right-BGoverment consisted? Has it been in 

,. • i .u u„t „.„ „„.iBone man power? Has it been m some 

eous wrath aeamst the betrayers anoB""^ ^ r . u u i.i 

euuB wjaiu aga ,; ^autocrat, or in some one man who held 

oppressors of the South. Babsolute government ? No ! I thank 

Day before yesterday the people of theseBiiod I have it in my power to proclaim 

United States had.in an almost unanimousBthe great truth that this Government has 

1 c ..»„_«=•» , .«„»i..<,j ♦« Bderived its strength from the American 

impulse of generosity, resolved to con J ^^^^ ^^^^ .^^^^^ ^^ ^^.^^. 

done this infamous cnme of treason. ■J-^gy'^,j^^g exercised the power that has 
They were almost agreed to forgive •Teff.Bresulted in the overthrow of the rebellion, 
Davis, and there was a tacit %nderstand-Bnd there is not another Government up 
ing that the arch traitor and his associateJori. the face of the earth that could have 
L ,j u 1 . ir 1 . ., „ „ Bwithstood-* the shock. [Cheers.] We 

should be let off easy, and a tacit conP^^jj ^^^ congratulate ourselves that we 
nivance at their anticipated escape intoBpQgsess the strongest, the freest and the 
foreign countries. Bbest Government that the world ever saw. 

m J .u I • „.-....„ BfGreat applase.l Thank God that we 

To-day the cry IS universal, .mperiou8|L^^^ lived through this trial, and that, 
resistless.for justice— we will not say ven-Bjjjjj^,j,g j^ y^^j, intelligent faces here to- 
geance — upon the rebel leaders ; to-day ,Bday, I can announce to you the great fact 
under the mighty grief that swells the na-flthat Petersburg, the outpost of the strong 



i. thorough acquaint.ance, not only with 
the history of our own country, but ol 
other nations and other times ; and she 
showed that her sex, by their patriotism, 
have exerted a greater influence for good, 
over the destinies of nations than is gen 
erally accorded to them ; and although 
bhe did not profess to be an advocate of 
the extreme doctrine of "Woman's 
Kights." yet her remarks in relation to 
some of the prevalent ideas respecting 
woman's sphere, and in relation to the 
injustice of .<ome of our laws to her sex, 
were pungent and spicy. Altogether, the 
lecture was a splendid s'acces?, and it 
was liat.ined to by a brge, intelligent and 
appreciating audience. 

A READER. 



Ition's heart, burns a fire of such tem- 
Ipestuous passion as has never shaken thel 
[bosoms of the American people before.! 
[Not even when the rebels fixed the dead- 
• ly insult of their battle fire upon the na- 
[tional flag at Fort Sumter, iour years ago, 



]citadel has been occupied by our brave 
and gallant officers, and oar untiring and 
invincible soldiers. [Great cheering ] 
And not content with that, they have 
captured tbt citadel itself, the stronghold 
of traitors. Ric^imoad is ours, and is 
now occupied by the forces ot the United 
States! [Tremendous cheers.] Her 



[was the popular heart so deeply stirredlggtes have been entered, and the glorious 
las now by the cowardly blow which onwgtars and stripes, the emblem of Union, 
[Monday night slew the elect of the Peo-Jof power, and of supremacy, now float 



The heads of great nations have beenlple and the Lord's annointed. That fatalBover the enemy's capitol ! [Great cheer 



Fast Hor.sks. — About one year since, 
i'en Broeck, the celebrated owner of rac- 
ing horses, offered through Wipes' 8piri\ 
of the Times, $20,000 rewaid to any per- 
son who would deliver inside of the Fed 
eral lines bis four horses that were in the 
Southern Confederacy. Lieut. A. Ware , 
=••., A. A. G., 4th division, 17th corps, 
says the Boston Post, writes to a gentle- 
man of Boston, from Goldsboro, with re- 
gard to these horses, as follows : ' ' Yon 
will remember that Ten Broeck offered, 
vear ago, through the Spirit of the Times, 
$20,000, or $0,000 each tor his four 
horses that were within the Confederate 
lines. Well, we have found and taken 
the horses. Their names were ' Conga 
ree,' ' Kemble,' * Lady Woodland,' and 

Albina ' Gen. Logan captured two, 
Lieut. Col. Hickenlopa captured one, 
and a Surgeon another. I think the 
horses will not prove of much value to 
Ten Broeck." 



[pi ASPS R OEURLKIIK, 

Merclmnt Tailor-, 

Ijackson Street, between Third Sreet aad Levee,! 
Saint I'aul, Minnesota. 
N. n.— Dyeinff, dealing -ilk and Velv."^; ,700dfl,| 
find all other good^. Particular tiitt:iitioiipair| 
Ito the Steamboat trade. Will buy ai-.rt r-eli gec.f 
lond hand clothing nov^^ 1v 

I" 71 i^^AJfOIlATORlO.—Virfit performed! 
jUnlie .Music.-i! Ke-lival, Kirmiiir'inm, Hng-I 
lu 18.5.5. The words peleited :iMdwrlltenl 
'in, Bartholomew. The ^lu^lc compoKed byl 
I Michael Costa. A line edition of this ."tandardT 
Iwork, uniform wllh Dlt?oii & Go's popular edi-l 
(tlonii of "The Me^alai>''oml 'Tlie d aiiou ' l:ai<| 
liust been pub ished. Price, In cloth, *. '.00; bds., 
If2; paper, $.75, Mailtd, peRtpaid,o;i lecelpt of 

}rioe. 

OI^IVEK DITEON i CO., 
apl2-tf Pubiisher', Boiilon. 

A. CJLBl* '«0 IMVAXaaVH. 

A Clergyman, while r.>«idlngin South AmTtcal 
i.e a missionary, di»oov*'red a nafe ana bimplel 
remedy for the cure of NOi vous Weakrres-<, l':arhl 
Decay, Diseases of the ITrinftry and Seminal Or I 
gan«, and the wliole train ol dig 'iJ rt. brought I 
on by baneful and vicious habilH. Gr<-;U number^| 
have l)eon already cured by this no: lo remedy. I 
Prompted by a dfi*ir.' to benellt tlm tfilicted an(!l 
iiDfortunato, I will i<cnd the receipt tor prt'iiarinj'l 



V<» «.> clock M.t 

IWeduediiy, April 2()th, 1865,1 



For the deltwiry of tte following artlcla-^ of 



S T A 'ri O N E 1* Y 



AJr THIS OTT'inCK, 



and using this medicine, in a so led envelope, i»'Mfl,ej 
my ono who needs it, Kkkb ok Charoe. ^ 

Addre»« 

JOSKPU T. ISMAN, 

Station D, Bible Hcuee, 
mchl4-!y New York City. 



fn each q«»nl ties, monthly, as may be requlredl 

1 Blank form"! for Proposals ana Contract s wiUl 
'be fumi'hed be thin offliP. f 

Securi'j' will bu requlrtd for performance of 
[couiract. „. ^ ^ , . _ 

f.Ids from disloyal persons will not be conMd*! 



Since tlie deatmctlon by fire Of the Ploaeer 
iFoundry in St. Paul, in .July last, we have erect- 
ledaohopat Minneapoli;', In order to avail our- 
Iselvea or the faoilltles d water power U o«t bM- 
IlneHS. We expect to Ret in operation aboot the 
|15th of April, when we shall be prepareatooo 
■any kind ol mill machinery or other easting* 
Ithat may be called for. Being practical Iron and 
lbra>s fcunders and machlniau of 25 years expert- 
lenoe (Vi ye»rs in this State), we think we eaa 
Igive our p»tron» gooo f>atta£aetion, boUi In oui- 
liiy ana price ot work in our line. We shall fce 
lable to tumish Ordinary Casttags, 6 oenU per U>. 
iBrspg Casiiiogs, 75 cents per lb. Babbit Metal, 
Imj to 75 cents per lb. Lathe work and flni^hlng, 
Ifrom *5 to $0 per day. Pattern Making, »4 per 
llay. Having an experienced Pattern Baker, we 
lean make any pattern that may be wanted. Upon 
lilie openiuR of uavigatiou we Intend to cast evenj 
Idav, Sundays excepted, so that we sbaU be aUe 
Itofurulsh castings without the nsnal delay. Old 
liron, brass, copper, lead, ac, wmnted. 

OILMAN 4. CO., Pioneer Jonndry. 
Adjoining Perkins & Crocker's Grtat MUl. 



MinneaeoUi), April 10, lfl(>&. 



aplldkw-ly 



» I # ■ • 



MINN KSOTA 

HEALTH INSTITUTION,! 

At St. Aiithon) Falls, Minn. 

This splendidly located house, late the Cheeveil 
House, is now open by th« 5li!in>-!^ota Health| 
Association for cite reception of gvejls and in- 
valids. 

7.. P. GT.AS«», M. D., 

Mlse M, AUGUSTA FAIKCHILH, M. D., 

I'hyiicians, 



> I » » • 



—Pollard, who took advantage of the 
escape of Mr. Richardson, has been ar 
rested in Richmond and commited to 
Castle Thunder for treasonable language. 

—A National Bank of the United States 
is to be established in Richmond, where 
shares in United States stocks will be sold 
at the rates established in Northern 
cities. 



— A good story is in circulation that! 
before the commencement of the recentfcur.^E.pA.^GLAS^s,^^«j^^^^^^^^ ^^ . .^^^ 

I'inn ncinfficcrftaty. 



military movement which resulted in tbelit. M. s. pkask, riunncini^crretari, 

,„. , , ,, ,. ^. .u^-B at First National rank, Slinn 

capture of Richmond, Mr. Lincoln, tbenH 7 P GI ASS .M D 

at City Point, sent by the hands of "al f„h^4.3m ' ' ' 



eapolls. 
Siipf. 



reliable contraband," as a present to] 
JefT. Davis, the identical long cloak andj 
Scotch cap in which, in 1861, Mr. Lin 
coin is said to have travelled from Har-j 
risburg to Washington. The present has 
evidently been appreciated. 



A VOTXOir— HA'Kt.'RUAir MORNING, 

ALFRED MOORE, opposite the PoRt office,] 
IwlUwU at auction Bedsteads, Wooden Chair*,] 
iLonnges, Mattresaet, Crocks, Carpets, fcc. Also, 
two good Mates and one Horse, 
8al« atttao'oloek. 



.SainpU'R r.f srtlulej to aco->miiany Proposals. I 

"The undersi jned reserves the right to rejeoti 

'my or • 11 bids not deemed sat If factory. I 

) Ail Contraci • are subject to the approval of the| 

[Provost Marshal General. 

Payment w: II be made monthly for urtlcles ftii 
|ni!>h"<i. 

i:t Itei:m4 Cap Paper. 
iW |{e:\:ns f^et'er Paper. 
:i K^ ams Folio Post. 
17000 Knve op°s,t fliclal. 
4.500 Envelo pec, letter. 

3 Ke:ims ^ nvelope Pap>"r. 
r>('i Ouarts Black Ink. 

^1 Bottlei Red Ink. 
7 (pilaris MucliflKe. 
2 l.#tier Books. 
l'.» Gro?8 i teel ren«, 
,125 Pieees Ked Tape. 
If. Dozen I end Pencils. 
SO Quires B'ank Books. 
<(i >heet« Blotting Paper. 

4 Po-icd:' .Sealing Wi-.v. 
1 Dozen nine I'eccils 

1 roxsn Carmine Penrlls. 
:t P<.w 11 Penholders. 
6 Dozen Klastlc Bands. 

JNO. T. AVERILL, 
Col.Mh Minn. Vols., 
A. A. P. M G.,and 
Sup't Vol. Recruiting Senlce. 
apl4-dllt 

AdASEMBA 

B >Baain tbe best maanvr at tiM 

, <• PKBsa " BnrpsBT. 



IhOBACK R. BIOBtOW. oaBnnJBAFCI.ABK.. 

Biarelo-vr Sc CJUurlc, 

IaTTOKSEYS k COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 

Office lu Bernhelmer Block, Third strMt, 
[apl-Om St. FanI, Minn. 



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I take thU method of Informing my !•»•<__ 
that with the eaoepaon of aom* ,e^^«»0^ 

lUpoaed of. ^ "Sy JejP«»»,*^i^ ^•'52? 
Ujgss ani B. F. gS^eU, t»,^.^^^^^ 

ICBll ICE! lOBSX 

The undersigned are prepared to deliver le» to 
[all their regular and transient customeri at the 
|followlng rates for the seMon of 180d : 

FIFTT CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 
iNo less than fifty «enU p« w—k. for th* saiaU- 
lest qnantltr- Any person oomauaolng totaks 
lloe after the first day of June wUl be diargad OM 
(oertper pound on delivery, or at the expliatloa 
9f each week. 

CHA8. 8YMOND8, 
JOHN WAQKNKK. 
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iPaul. apstf 

t»WL. Mm h. i»omrHXJBT 

_,^_ SUUUICAL AND MECHANICAL 
IDENTIST, would respectfully Inform the ettl- 
[zeuA of St. Paul, that he lias opened as oOoe In 
IRo^erh' Block, over the F^ipress Offloe. New 
land improved art ilicial Teeth lUHertedon Vnkan- 
Elte Plate, ft hich lor beauty, comfort, dnrabtllty 
land cheapness far ezoel anything now in use, 
|Teeth ftlso Inserted on Gold and Silver and w»r- 
tranted to give satislaction. ' 

I Kxtractlug, filling and all operations' on the . 

jre;>th done Ir a superior manner, with Utile 1 

Inain and on moderate terma. J 

I The Profession ►applied with Teeth from the 
ibest manulacturers. - S»i ly 

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Office- Adjoii^Jh«B^^««^ 

,nordc;i»Vn.;'.-K«IFb> mail. ..y ob-s.-rvlnrt 

L>v.N* date >our lotter. Kiveth.posl otnc..| 
;:;?.:n.^aX «... a. ..dltlon w.nt.al 

«"<U0^. Br^vlou. tothecxpiratlon of the form. . 



LOQS COMING IN. 



THI AOVANCI ON MOBILE, f,^-^-"r..r.c>.-rn.....^n^-u:...j.^l^^^^^^^^^ 
J*l Marcu 30, l86o. — About two o clockr 



, _trulu of the Jato*t oxperlm»nt« In chronometry, 

^ .. *i» r «nni> B^'* """"""R •'"■.'« companiei of the 7th» ^^ ^^^ ,„ade by our boot workmen, In a iepMrnte] 

t i'V^^Mk Miver BliM-Ued l>y •iO,000,-J»Vi'Oifr««9 of the S»iege oi »P»"-HVeriiiouW, oiuj.coinpany Irom the Ninety-Bj^ „^^e„t of ourfnctorv. For the Hnesttlnie. 



IU.S.7 30 LOAN! 




§ailv0ail)^. 



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S'lrtST DIVISION 



OOO Tevt ol Lnmb«'i- Dnii- 
gcr ol Property. 



isli Fort. 



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kll'ho Six Minnesota Hegimentau 



April 



From tlie Taylor KalN Ujport^r, -»> -.. 

The log exoitt-nit^iit has j)n'vaile<l i » i'^/: 
lullett »'xtent this we.k. La.^t Mxiuli;.^.; 
nieht. ihf rapids ttl.ov« this plu.rt l>fi"«b;' 
War ol ice. thf lo;;s comtuenotnl r»miini;W 
10 such an extent as to lonu a j:iii. un ^: 
ac-rneath the brulg^, whUh .-ontitnun t.g 
I lugment until noon ot the n.xnlay, %*hei.^t 



tho Pigbt. 

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In V'Ront of Sp.vnihh F.'HT, I 
OvrofinK Jlt.iiiLE, March 27, ia«5. i 
IIRST UAY'S MAUCU—SKIKMISHINU. 
•vsponib'nco of N. Y- Herald. 
Mv last dispaUh from this army wwl 



the ruins reached the rear ct the S'r.. <.'roixfe;,utea Iruai D.n.by's Mills, on Fish nver 
.-rislMill The hope that, as th.1 rivorif \!^b:im:.. t>ii Saturday last, at mj 
Irose the ioK» would go out thon.selve9.^„^,,ocl; .v. M., th, corps oJ (iens. Grangei 



tho Jireftlon of « V-» 



lew dv* V^^ 

»ob*orlptlon. 

J; r'^e :rrto "wHlcl. it h., b..eu ...... 

•T.;r;^- - tho le.t.r U into„aed for th.1 
Ju^.tt^Wbowrttt^on . ..parato *h«o.| 

ot papfr. 

LETTER FROM MOBILK. 



The Sieice of Sp«nJ*U »'<»rt | 

CasualUes in the Minnesota Reg- 
iments. 

G«N. Hospital, lar Div loth A. L. ^ 
March 28, IW'. ^ 
The following is a list ol casualties ii 
the 5th Minnesota : 

Patrick Edwards. Sergeant Co. A. lefi 
breast and upper arm ; severe !le»h wouni; 
— not dai.gerous 



d bv n»anv, no a'teuipL toK „„i tiniith . omnieneed luarching through 

' was ma le uniilgRt,^ pin,» torestr, of Alabama, in the direc-| 

""ion of r.lakelev. The entire loroe of the. 



Ipe 

Irise 



until th. 
river w-eri] 



lu'ing harbore 
,lear a passage ot thi in 
WednesdBV roornins;. when auUtcrs ap 
eared to be growing w<wse. th. 
in the water only tend- 
n>T to pack the logs closer to 
.."tber.a small brce of teams and m.-n were 
•iiBaccd to open (he channel, la the id- 
cemoon a largv crowd oi men. women 
and children beg.an to gather 
iridge and the banks ot th 
lined with a den.-e human mass, all eag. 
io see th^ •'jam break." 

Thev wer< soon gratified, as .liter a tew 
hours Labor the logs sUrted, and went 
rushing and era.4.ing through the narrow 
ron'e at the he.ul ot the dalles, shout» 
^ent the air and everybody's countenance! 
*oie a pleased look. But tbe.r joy wa^ 
■jf short duration, ior m less thii: 
ilitteen minutes Irom the time the 
*m started, the river was bloekeo 
up below, and not one half ot the log^ 
had run through. The crowd ?oon dis 
jers. d. and n-ght approaching, nothm; 
iiiore could be ilone ui.td the next day 
Thursday anived, and wish it snow ra!.^ 
md wind, so that the work was dtl-ayed 
lln the meantime lo-s contirincd to run 
m to the rear jam, and at the time ct 
it had rcaci.ed the tails, extend 



killed, ten woundeuEf'liery from the l..n 



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enemy in our li'ont during the tirst «layV 
.uuivtidid not txcfd two hundred aiidj 
liUy men. TLe.se dela>e<l our advanci 
i)y sharp skinnishitig, ' and though ih- 
rencis wert^ foinpelled to fall back, Ui«y 
lid so verv slowl* , anil not until four of 
heir nutnl er were killed, ten wounded 
and one captured, when they disappeared 
viid did not attempt to interrupt our ad- 
vance during the renuinder of the day Vj 
march. I'wo of our skirmishers were 
ivunuded. 

Col. Marshall, of the Ssrenth Minneso 
'o, ccmmamUnj the Third brigade of :h 
Fir«t division in the .Sixteenth army cor| 
while riding at -the head of his columr.wi 
■hot in thc^nerk hij a sharpshoottr on Ma 



lirs-t Illinois and one company Irom the 
Fiiteentb Indiana were sent out for the) 
purjiose ot relieving the advan e line of 
skirmishors in from ot (Jeneral VeacJj'sj 
ilivisjon. In the d.irkness they lost then 
way, and came upon the enemy's pick- 
ets, who hred a volley. This was* 
promptly ami\f«-rcd by our men, when[ 
(ho enemy commenced a brisk musketryj 
lire along tbu whole line, uud. beiievingl 
probably ttut unr iorces were making ani 
assault, luslied torth Iroin the rille pit."! 
and drove in our working parties amlj 
skirmishers, ami in some cases advanced^ 
to our very riile pits. 

In front ol Gtsii V%-a(hV division O'JTJ 
men clubbed th. ir muskets over the viJhj 
iji(s to driye tlie uneuiy back, and tln( 
whole division adwincin^' ift line of baltk| 
it that moment soon drove the enemyl 



hey chnllenge comparison wllhB By authortty of the Secretary of th^ Tre*Fury,«j^'p^ PAUL & 1 A.l'lrll' It' U'i 



keeping qualities t 

[the t>e8t works of thfl most famous and English] 
[and .Swins miikors. 

UOBBINS A APPLETOnr, 
iAaJ':Nr3 i.x>ktuk amrrican watch co. 

Ifi Uroailwiiy^iew York. 

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A NOTE OFJNARNING. 

I.et the poets say wlutt they will, Spring is aj 
trtacherous eeaton. It "trieth the boncg." Of 
^it'< ilampj anil (ok». It-" east winds and its caprl-j 
lious temperature, comi* tho burning heits and 
he Intermittent fever. Miasma tliaws out of the 
■urtli in clouds under the virnal beam*. At no 
Ipirlod of the year does (lie system requlrel 
troBgthpniug more than at this. To fall (<ick| 



Itbe undersigned has assumed the General Sub 
Iption Agency for the sale of Uuited titatetj 
Irreasury Notes, bearing eeven and three-tenth» 
{percent, interest per annum, known aa the 

Heveix-Tliirty Loan. 

These Notes are Issued under date of June 
ISth, 1865, and are payable three years from tball 
|iime,ln onrrency, or areoonvertlble at the optlos| 
if be holder Into 

U. B. 5-210 Six per cent. 
OOXiD-BBA&ZZffCI BOSTDJi. 

Those bonds are now worth a premium whicl 

jlncreasei ties actual prolit on the 7-30 loan, andl 

t» exemption from St<Ue and Afunieipal taxa- 



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JiutJ his works. Tiie r«l>«U wern repulaedjnow jh to be incApacttated from sfuggilug witb^fion ad(i< /V-om one to three per cent, more, ac] 
ilonf; our entire lii.e, uud must have sul 
lered heavily 

The enemy th^n commenced firing ar 
and our baiterjc 
replied. The dii. I was kept up untill 
nearly da\ light, witen the iiringgi-a<'uallyi 
•ubsided. 
Hie: knkmy'h cuxRO.iTfl on odR rioht 

On the extreme right th'' enemy's gun-I 
boats .iiid tran:.por»3 are witliin musket! 
range ol cur troops. We havo built anj 

arlhwork wiiliin one luiinlred and seven 

v-tiv»! yards oi the lort lor the purposel 
|of mounting hei}.^e guns. The guns have[ 



Icfi llunlc the ball grazing the spine garrived. and in the morninj< it. i. expecte^ 
The woiiud. though serious, is not a dan-Bihat they will open on the enemy s gun 
.rerous one. IbtJIits and tnmsporis. As in the case ol 

trXlK SECOND r-VY-S MA«CIt-THF. ENEMx_-j^^. -^- y^^^^^ ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^ 

KETinv. FHOM ouK FKOXT. Bto this time to i.aurhre wit i the. move 

The Th rieciith corps yesterday movedB,„ents of the f.acmyN vesaeU on acconnt 
poll a road to the left, leading to SpanishB^f,l,ag^vamp3. 
l[,'ort— a strong earthwork on Mobile bay.B The offioers wounded •whor.e names 1 
ioommandiog iMinetta hay. As they ad&joQij le^rn are Captain Ry.an, of th»| 
jvAdced a recel force of about live hundredBi,-orty.3«venth lllino(s, arm amputated 



Ithe heats of ^ummt'r. Who desires to meet the 
jlilaxing weatlurof .'une, July and August, wlthl 
lU rrgaulzation cnfi>e!>tcd by Bpring diseases ?l 
JNovr is tlin lime to nnnlorcc nntuie and rendor| 
the fturae ami the const iiutlon mjamer proof. 

As soon as tlie frost gets out of the earth the 
[stomach seems to losa its tone and the nppetit 
o fade. An iadescribaolo lassitude overcomes! 
Ilhn body and mont.il energies, uii J slight exer- 
tions often brinp on pnlpitntion and nervous tre-l 
mors. Thosi' Hjmptoms arc the route dcmandsl 
lot' the physique forlicipand succor. The influ.] 
i>nco of the ceason i< depressing even upon the 
Ivijrorouu, while to the jaturally fcoblelt is still] 
more dissslrou.s. Truly lieath reaps a heavy| 
harvest in March, April and May. Inuring those 
linontii J the dyspepiic, the bilious and thd hypo-l 
Ichondrical always sutler most severely. Againsll 
jthe ponfoons and the thrt C hundred robolsB,il the ailments producea by miasma, sudden al-l 

'' ternationsoftempiTBturc, exposure or close con ' 

auemcnt in doors, UOSTKn F.lt'S UITrfcKS i^ 

Bel 



■the most potent of all medicinal safeguards 

fin tUui- 1 U.< iu time ' Sold everywhere. 

apll-lwdlw 



A Single Uo\ otiirandreth's Pills 




A, ankle 



—lost a hnger 

Ellery Arnold, private Co 
spent cannon shot— slight. 

John Hahn, private Co. K. left aim. 
hit with a piece of shell— « ight. 
SISTH .MISNKSOTA. 

G. McClure. private Co. G. wounded 
while skirmishiog on the -'oth— back- 
severe, but not dangerous. 

John Kost. private Co. G, left band, 
palm — severe. 

Henry Beaulieu, Sergeant Co. G, per 
ineum lacerated with shell— severe. 

tieorge F. BuUard, Co. G, left arm 
amputated near the flhoalder ; wounded 
on the 2dtb. I 

3K^-ESTH MIKNKSOT.!. 

Coi. ^\'m. R. Marshall, wounded in 
back of neck while riding in advance of 
his brigade, on the 26th— fortunately it is 
not a severe wound 

Andrew Agiiew, private Co. C, right 
leg amputated abote the knee -doing 

well. 

Charles Fadden. private Co. I. back 
spine injured — dangerous. 

Henry Folsom, 1st Lieut. Co. C, was! 
hit with a piece cf shall, but never leftthej 
£dd. 

TENin MINNESOTA. 

John Lee, Corporal Co H. right thigh, 
tlesb wound— severe. 

Patrick Condon, private Co. H, l^-ftl 
kuef , fleah wound— not dangerous. 

There his b.eu only one casualty Inj 
»i)y MinofBOta regiments re|»orted here 

KSimfi-' - -i- I ' • 
Yours ht bapte, 

H. N. HERRICK, 
« Chaplain 5th Minn. 



Div. Ho8P. lit Dlv. 16th A. C. nkak ) 
Sf ANiSM FoHT, March 29, lS6.i. S 



aimed iai el V vacated ihe toll house, and 
nought a more secure place. 'Ihe pres- 
sure of the logs agaii.sr the piers, l.uih 
by .dr. RuUard, above the budge, was go 
great that tho pier:; were erowded n 
Thorc. 1 he frame work of his grist mill 
is also threatened. 

r^Ien and teams are now at work on the 
head ol the jam, but maiie very slow pro- 
gress ; at tlie present rate it will take 
*eeks to reach the bridge. 

The spectacle now presented is grand 
It is estimated that t lero are from tiltcei- 
to twentv million feet ot lucjbei-, j'iled m 
;vcry imaginable way, in some places 
towering up twtnt/ ior thirty feet, and 
reaching to the bottom of the nver. 
.»-«»■ » — 

A TIMELY REMINISCENCE. 



Iroad to Bias. Iv. and about noon marched] 
rhroui^h **l>e.'r Park." one of the mos 
IbeautTful and pieturesnue sections o 
joountry in the South. • 

Tke Ninth Minnesota tcere deployed «m 

skirmishers, urd engaged the enemy morej 

lor less diiriui^ the entire march. 'Ihe, 

liebels scemeil detenviinad to re»ist thei 

iadviince as n iieh as possible, but our 



sKUii; 

Mak« II ai. 181)5.— The firing on Span I 
ish Forf wa.s distinctly heard at Dauphii. 

land to-d:^)'. It commenced early ii| 
[the morning and continued until sundown. 
It was by far the heaviest and most rap-l 
id of the seige. There is no doubt thai 
lour Monitor.s mortars and siege irunsl 




Our race are subJo;t to a redundancy of vitiated 
bile at this season, and it i." a« I'angerous as it is] 
Iprevalent; but Uiaudn'tti's Tills alTord an inval- 
laable and efficient protection. Ity their occasion' 
|ai use we prevent tho co'iection of those irapuri 
|(ies, which, when iu sulhcient quantities, cause] 
■so much dinger tolhe body's health. They sooi 
jcure liver complaint, dy.-pepsia, loss of a;:petite,| 
jpain in the Iti'ad, henriburn, pain in the breast- 
■>ono, sudden faintuoa j and oostivencss. Sold by] 
LiU respectable dc-uWro iu medicines. 

apl6-d%wlra. 



irding • the rate leviodon other piope.n>.| 
The interest Is pa}'abio seml-aunaally bycouponi 
ittached to each note, whioli may be cat off andj 
|j0ld to any bank or banker. 

The interest amounts to 

On« c»Bt p«r day wu u fttO not«>. 
Xwo c«n(a '• '• " MOO " 
T«B ♦' •♦ •• '■ #400 " 
20 " * ** fl,000 " 

$1 ♦' " »• ^,UOO 

Notosofall the d«iuomi nations nAincd will l( 
Ipronptiy turnlstiad upon receipt of sub3ctipti.iii» , 
land the notes forwarded at once, Thtf interest 
|to IStli June next will be piild in advanse. This it 

THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKET 

|N[ow offered by the Uovcrnmeut, and it is conC- 

lently expected that its superior advantages will 

linako it the 

[Great Popular Loan of the People. 

the Loan authorized 

now on the market 

: at which it is being ab 

Bubscribed for within (he ne.xt 

notes will undoubt 

us has unilormly beenj 

Ithe case on dosing the uubscriptions to otbci 

llioaus. 

In Older that citireus of every town and sco 
|tion of ihe country may be afforded facilities foi 
■taking the loan, the National Banks, State Baukt 
land private Bankers throughout the fountr} 



On and after KONDAY, NOVKMBKK 7th 
Passenger Trains wit run is follows : 

UOKNING. 

Leaves hit. Taol 

L/tf&ves .St. Anthony •••' 

Leaves Manomin f. . 

I>«ive8 Anoka 

Loaves Itasca 

Arrive at JkUk fcivf-r 

E\l;;«NG 

Leaves St.Paal ».... 

l.eavC'8 St. Anthony »-« 

weaves Manotnin 

tjcaves Anoka 

Leaves It.issa 

ArrlvcatKlk Klvcr 

AOIMCl E.tsr 

MORN iNG. 

Leaves Elk Rivnr.. ..•••. •.•••••-■ 

Leaves Itutci •' 

t/eavos AuL'ka ........a.. 

ivoavoH ilariL'Crin « 

r..ea»odyt, Anthony..; 

ArWo athLfttUi 

KVF.NtNG. 

r.i0<i7«s E'k River ; • ■ 

I'l^avcs liasoa •••• 

iioavi?s Auoka 

(joaves Mancmia 

'A'uxaa y*. Anthony. . 

irrive at St. Paul 6 :55 1- . » 

TI'ltKTSmust bo yu •chasefl at thn Station? 
.jr an extra rate will le coileoirtd by ttiQ Con 
luctor. 



ST. PAUL 

iBOOK&JOBPRINTINBOFFfC. 

AS D 

\li X N T) E R Y, 
Uridpre Sq.no re, 

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SCor, Wabashaw & Bench Ste, 



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W«Ibeg to Oi U the attention of cnx Irtmds ar.d 
Itha piMic to osr- eslesc^e 



IBOOKIAND JOB OFFICE. 



Oiir facilitk" in IXTE, fiTEAM-rOVTE.t 
[pBKSSJtti and JlATiilUAIi uro such tbat wa 
[realconlideut we c&nlexccutfl 



kll Dcflrripti«n!S of Priiitiiig 



cioing West. 
apIS-ti" 



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New Route Eiist and isioulh 

ViA 

Rochester and V/i aona aud St. Peterj 

A P8«860gi.r train Iearc< liochester dnily at 7 
M A. M . arriviiiK at V\ luooa nt ."> o'clock, e. U. 
oonnectiDj; with the 

Minneaota Bt igo Co. 'a Line 

for La Cros.'.e. 

Returning, I'avn Wiuonft at 6:30 F. M., arriv 
ing at Uocliester at 10 r. m 

Passengers l>y t'»'s Date stop over r'.slil :. 
Kocheater and mnU*' tlie same linse to and trctn:| 
it. rail as b> the River Houta. 

For Tickets apply U- tho Minneso!:i .Staf«] 
Cou:pany's OiScrt. 

JOHN KBWELl., 



jtiridgc . . ■ • 1 I 

jprcventid by a volley and sharp skirmish,] 



|in which the enemy 



lobt one killed and! 



leans. 

(!KN. STK.KLK. 

Another letter of the s.tme date gives 



5ten wourideil. Oiir loss was one mani 

hilled anil tv.o wounded. As it was .sup-Hijn account of Gen. Steele's arrival from 



Til* K<>c*ptioo of site X^w* of lU*! 

MarrfBilvr «f Can walli4 iu 

I»hlIa«l<"lpola.Ocl. a-*. ia»i. 



IPensacola, on the 2oth ult , at lilakfcly, 
Ihaving been six days on tho way frou' 
IPensacola, and having whipped a rebel 
jcftvalry (oice on the route. Blakeh 
[is about six miles north of Sp.inish Fort. 
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Uar Imea are drawn closely around the 
*^ort, so it id completely invested on the 
land aide. Our men arc well protected] 
tjy earthworks thrown up on the night olj^pre 
the i'Tth. They are so near 'that the reb 
ei pickets are all driven m. Some siege 
guns were put m position last night 
The gtinboats are said to have run past 
the obstructions, and it is hoped they will 
soon be, if they are not idready complete 
iy hemmed in We have opened a base 
on the bay, four milea from here, where a 
part of our wounded are to be taken this 
morning. We have about sixty wounded 
in this hospital. Ihe 3d division ha 
about the same, I think. T he 2d has not 
been engaged except as skirmishers while 
approaching here. I think the caaualties 
are few in it. I 

The 6th M.noeeoU is all nght ; none 
were injured up to last nigtt. They re- 
port having killed a rebel capUin while 
skirmiihing on the 26ih. We have 



From '-BattUs of Am?riv:9,'' by Root. T-mes,] 
M. D. 

Li-utenatit Colonel Tilgham was sent 
[express to Philadelnhia. with Wa.-hing 
ton's dispat'hts to ("oni>ress; and. as he 
spread intellij^enee of tLe great ev.nt or.j 
jhis way. the ccuntry be(amc voc.<iI wnbl 
rejoicings. It was niiilni{;ht when i.t 
' ntered Philidelj.lii^. He made hu way 
idireetly to the bou>e ot P.e.-ident -Mi 
Keau, and delivered his dispatches 
Soon afterward the whide city was ii>i 
lommotion. Tlu- wad hinen everywhere, 
n proclaiming the hour, atlded in^ loud 
voices: '•And Coniwallis i.> lakt-u 
That annunciation, ringing out up n thej 
rosty night air, aroused th-usands 
rom their beds. Lights wer. 
een moving in every house, and 
Javlight the stiectsw^re thronged wiihl 
[people. Anxiously they had w.iited tin 
hoped-for intelligence "from Yorklovvn, 
land now their joy was complete. The 
Sold .State House bell rang out its notes of 
ladness, and the tir.>t blush of the morn-}, 
ng was greeted vrii the roar of cannon. 
At an earlv hour Congress assembled. 
nd the members of lli.it grave bod\ 
highly excited when S.-eteinrv 
JThomp-iou read Washington's dispateh- 
s. During the reading thy could scarce- 
ly repress^huzzas, and at the conclusion 
they resolv,)d to go in proee.isinn. at two 
lock that d.ny, "aud return t'ank.s to 
Almightv fio<) lor crowning the cdtird, 
armies of the United Stalts and Ftanc: 
with success.^'' The ihat.ks o» < Ol)g^es^ 
were presented to VVashin}»toii, Rocham 



posed that we were moving on BlakelyJ 
the rebels lied to that town for the pnr 
;tose vt warning the garrison of our ap-j 
pr.iach; but they were mistaken, for, 
'hough we arrived at .Sibley's Mill* ahpu 
noon, and were not nioie than five milei 
ii tan' from that; town, we did not pro 

ceed fuiihei in that direction' g Pcaco Prospects. 

HK EXF.MY .vTTKMPi TO SITRPUI8E ourH ^v^,„,xotox. April 10 —The A'^a^tona/ 
picKKT.s-iMPO!tT.vST c.xPTUKE. Bi^teiHgncei- ol to-day says : " Wo leatn 

Makcii 28, 1SG.5. — Early ycsterdayBfrom a reliable source th^t Judge Camp- 
morning ihw enemy in front of SpanishBbell, of Alabama, formerly of the L nited 
Fort attempted to surprise the pickets olHstatt s Suprema Court, ami one of the 
;tbe Thirteenth corps. After a lew mo-B[Ianipton iloa-is eomuiissioners of thi 
iits' brisk firing the rebels were re-greb. ! gcvrninetit, called uii.nt'ie Presi- 
pul.-ed. We. lost four men wou.ided,Bdei.t sr Richmond, and urged him to is-iut^ 
th'- enemy'.-, loss being unknown. »» proclamation of a conciliatory character, 

A rehil telegiftph olBce aud several im gex;:i easing the b.licf that it would havt 
oortunt dispatches *ere captured.by Col.Eat ti.is time a most salutiry effect. The 
Bertram's brig:vle. Some of the dispateh-Bpresident was, bowevQr, I'Ot then pre 
.»s piiiported to give an account of tbeBpaicd for this step, .tnd it was reasonable 
fore*- ul his column. General Steele's.Rto.-'ippose h.' wf.uld de dine action upon 
(rom Pensacola. the d:»y that each left,Kthis :ianject whiln (Jrant was pressing 
!«he number of our guns, their calibre, &c.Bupo.i Lee'ii retic:iting force,.-)." That the 
„ .-,=„ ,..^^-r. BPre-adent will n.^w adopt this course, the 

THIS AUVANCK ON sPaMSH I OKT. mjnteliiqeiicer h»s additional reasona Ibi 



BUTLER'S FIASCO 

At Fort Fisher was scarct-ly a greater failure 
han is daily mad-^ by most of the advertised ha'r 
lyes; nor was Terry and Porter's Victory more 
.'omplete, pc-rfect aud glorious, than the conquest 
iclii>«ved by 

CRISTADORO'3 HAIR DTE 

)ver gray, red und i^audy heads of hair. The ob- 
noxious liue is wiped oat in tive mhiutee, and a 
magnidcent bro«n or black, glossy and natural 
takes its place. Manufactured by J. Cristadoro 
So. 6. Astor House, New \ork. Sold by Drug 
gists. Applied by all ilair Dressers. 

apS-d&wlm. 



Fit 
I'ACIlIC UAlLlWiAU, 

LAM) DKP'T, MA1.< ANIi BllAKOil LINKS, || 
ST. I'AliL, yept. iO, lS6i, 1 1 

Ibavegeneially agieed to receive subscriptions aiH^^ MtiTTLEliS OK HsU. liAf^Dbl 
|par. Subscribers will stject their own agents, inP 
whom they have uontidenoe, and who only ate tci 
be responsible for the delivery of the notes for 
urhioh tliey receive or<It>rs, 

JAY COOKHJ, 
SubHcription Agent, I'hilatlelphia. 



> o'^H Yesterday morning the advance^ on! 
\ ^? "'KSu.Hiiish Fort comuicneed. The Third! 



Ibelieviug. 



jdivision of the tSixieenth army corps,* A Bio Jam OK Logs.— We learn that 

General Carrcomm-.nding, followed byj|tbo greatest «nd most surprismg jam of 

{thf First division, under General McAr-Bjiogs ever known in this section, is at Tay 

jthur. were in motion a.s early as 6 o'clockBlor's Fall.i. During the mild wcather.i 

V. M., and in a lew moments were march-Hwhile the log.s were running rapidly, some 

ing in the ilirecfion of the fort, which wasBjof them eau-iht cu sueken ior!;s. just be- 

labout three miles distant. Blow the bridge, and it is estimated that 

As 1 have already informed your read-Bthirty million feet of logs arc now lodged 

lers. the Thirteenili corps had arrived inBihc.re between the obstruction and the 

front of Spaiii.sh Fort the night previons,Hdain— within the distance of half a mile. 

land while the Si.^teenth were adv.ancingBNoue rut men familiar wi^h thu vast 

Ion tLe right, (ieneral Bertram's 1 rigadeBamouiit ol labor and great danger attend 

(of the Thirteenth coips was forming on Bit g this bmneh of l>u imiss. can appreci 



A great many side hits are bolng made at th* 
i^lciitatlon Hitters, by a score or two of disinter 
atoil friends v.ho have endear ored to Imitate oi 



BUBSCBIPTIONS WILL, BK BECKIVED by the 

First National Bank of St. Paul, 

AND BY TUE 

Second National Bl of St. Paul. 



Btarch 25, IMS. 



apr .^md&w 




rebel orilerly serg«anl here wounded 
through the luugs. 

The enemy's loss has tn.t been heavy 
aa yet, though we do njt know what 
damage our shells have a.jne inside their 
work. The artillery is beginning to play 
thi* morning. As soon as Gen. Smith 
can get his headquarters out of range, w^ 
expect to hear tirom the newly plantedp 
■iege guns. 

Prisoners say this is the key to Mobile 
It will be defended persistently, but you 
may expect to hear good news from hen 
•oon. Yours, &c., H. S. H. 

» « » ■ ♦ 

— ^^The New York Herald publishes 
list of the general officers surrendered by 
Lee, including the General-in-Chief, three] 
Lieatenant-Grenerals, seventeen Major 
Generals, sixty-one Brigadier-Generals. 
Among them are Anderson, Echols and 
Etweli, already prisoners, Finnegan, 
Heth, Buahrod .Johnson, Kershaw, Long- 
•treet, Mahone, McCausland, Mosby, 
Ould (the Exchange Commissioner) 
Pemberton, Picket, Rosser, Sorrell, and 
Heory A. Wise. The number of men 
surrendered by Lee is from 20,000 to 
22,000. 

— Vice-Admiral David G. Farragut, 
U. S. Navy, arriv^'d in Baltimore at six 
o'clock on the 11th iiitt., from Fortress 
Monroe, and was received at tlie wharl 
by a large detachment ot military, or 
dered out by Gen. W. W. Morris, thi 
Mayor and Committe, and many citizens 
The procession was then formed and the 
Admiral was escorted to the Rutaw House 
— receiving on his way their enthusiastic 
greetings from the citizens. The City 
Conncil gave him a public dinner. He 
left next day for New York. 

-The Richmond Whig oi Monday 
says : "Whatever may be the fate of the 
constitutional amendment, it is as certain 
as the sun is to rise that slavery in Vi]^ 
gioia ii dead." 



presented to WnshiT.gton iu the name ol 
the United States ; that two pieces oi thf 
field ordnan.e captured al, York should 
be presented to each of the French com 
manders, Rochambeau and De Grasse : 
that a horse should be presented to Lieu- 
tenant Colonel Tilghman by the Board 
of War, in the name of the United States ; 
and that a marble column should be 
erected at Yorktown in commenioratiin 
of the surrender. Congress likewise ap- 
pointed the 80th of December as a day o 
general thanksgiving and pr.iyer through- 
out the Union 



the e.xtr.^111^ leO, foliowed by Genera 
Benton's and (iemral Veach's divisions 
The I'ii-^t division of the Sixteenth army 
leorps, Gem ral Mc.Arfhur. joined the ili 
vision ol General Veacl;, forming ilie 
.ienttn and the right centre, while tht- di- 
vision ot Gener.^l Carr occupied the ex- 

be- 
guarding 



D. C. (Jrkkni.icak has the largest andj 
tiest assortment of Holiiday Goods in the city. 
in Grecnloafs Block, ntartho Post OflBce. 

daolT tf 

^'H« A!«it«i«;AK F^iBKflo Company I 
wonlil roi?p.ctfaliy announoo to tho M.^rahsnta o 
this nity and v.::inlty t hut th.iy an now praparet'] 
to bring foTWAt.l irom .LaCrosBa, Wis. and de 



enemy's works 

Skirmishing was v. ry lively all day 
The rain fell in torrents, but there was 
no abatement to either the musketry or 
artillery tiring. 

The rebels were driven slowly back, 
and took refuge I eyond iheir ride pits. 
Earthworks were hastily thrown up by 
our men. and in a few hours Spanish 
Fort was completely invested on the land 
ide. When the sun went down the artil- 
lery ceas. (1 on each side, though musketry 
firing was kept up for two hours after. 

Our loss in the 13th and ICth corps wa^ 
bout one hundred aud eighty in killed 



The Presidenl's Visit to Rich 
niond. 

From the Rirhmonil Wh g. 

The President, accompanied bv Admi-" 
ral Porter, with an escort of army andBand wounded, 
avy officers, was landed at BocketlsH Our forces held their ground. Rifh 
about 3 p. M., from a gunboat, ai^l wasEpits were thrown up in the night, and 
enthusiastically cheered by the populaceffl Tuesday morning dawned upon the im- 
and Federal soldiers all the way up MainBproved positionof the advance, while sev 
treet to the market, and up Franklinj|er;il hundred batteries were in position 
treet to Governor street The Presi Ewithin four hundred yards of the Fort. 



late the herculean task oi 'breaking" suchj 
a j*m 



■ j»i ,1.1^ 



INVEST.MENT OP SPANLSII FORT IJT LANO) 

While ihe regiments were forming in 
line of battle along the entire front tht 
artillery was preparing to open on the u^.^r to potnt* of (iostina-icii 211 "Moio ant? 



Dlspatoh"ftiido7iliiiftr> Railroad freight 

Merchants and oihars who may wish to avail 

aicmsaives of this means of trftDsportotion, wU 

please Taurk tho'.r ijoods to oar care ot Lsi C'rosee, 

It ths same time s'lving us notice so that we may 

*ce that anoh goo-Js are doUv.ired tr-. us at Li. 

Crosse, •.vithontony n.v.nceJ.iiaryd-Mny. 

For tariff rates oall fct iheli offloe, 213 Third^st 

jrooBlte Stage onice, 
Tea" K. y. yyAUKEa. Agaat. 



>ount«nuit them, it's all of no use. The people 
von't be long Imposed upon. The Plantation 
Jitt.'ra are iucreaviiig in usu and popularity everj 
lay and "tliat'B what's the matter." They are 
n simo sized b.;ttle, and made Just as they werf 
It lir.it, and wi'i c*ntinut- to be, or we shall stop 
naking them. 

Tho Plauuttion Bitters purify, strengthen and 
tBVigorate. 

Tlicy create a hcaithy appetite. 

Thr<y are an antidote to change of water ant) 

diet. 
Tliey overcame effects of dissipation and lati- 

hours. 

lii^y strengtho-n the system and en • 

miral. 

Tiioy pre^ ent luiasuiatic and ent fev 

irs. 

Thoy purity the breath aud KCidity of the *tom<| 
ach. 

They cure Dyspeesia and Constipation. 

They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Mor 
it>us. 

1 hey qure Llvor Couip'alul and Nervous Head. 

iOhM. 

lite} make the weak etrong, the languid brll 
|Hant, and are exhausted aatnra's great rostorei 
i^hc Kecipe and full (;iroui:ir are around each bot 
-^c. Clergymen, Morchauts, auJ persona whosel 
ledentary habit" induce weakness, lassitude, pal- 
pitation of the heart, lack of appetite, distress al- 
ter eating, liver complaint, constipation, fto., 
vrill find ail immeiiiate and pnrrannont rolinf Is 
tlie^e Bitters, but abo'/e aii,tl;i'y arc reoom- 
oieudcd to weak aud di^licate females and moth 
irs. 

llioy are sold by all reKpootabie merchants. 
See tiiat each botti-> has our private Uuit«d 
itates .Stamp over the o rk, aud steol-plate sldr 

brn. 

liHware of refllled bottles. Sen that the stamp 

as cot been tarapen-d with. Any person pra- 
tcnJiugto sell Plautatiin liittera by the Gallon 
\u a swindler and imposter, and should bo imme- 

lately reported to us, 

P. H. 0RAKB * CO., 
21 Park Row, New York, 

sop 28-dkWHOw-lrw€B'y 



The Ninth National Bank 

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 
CAPITAX., $1,4100.000 PAID IX 

FISCAL AGENT OF THE UNITED STATES, 
AND Special AoKNT fob Jay Cookk, Scb 

.SCBIPTlOX AOKNT, 

irillfl«lir«r7-30 IVotva frvd of cbarirf 

by express. In all ptirtn of ihe country, and re 
oeivein payment oh'H ks on New York. Phlla 
delphia and Boston, current bills, and all five pet 
cent, interest noiea, willi intercHt todat.' of sub- 
scription. Order." sent by mdil will bepronipily 
fllled. This Bank receives the accounts of Banfts' 
and Bankers on favorable terms; also of individ-j 
nals kei-ping New York accaunt.-i. 
~ J. T. HILL Cashier. J. U. ORVIS, Prcs't 






All p'Tsons claiming I iiud attiovercmcntprioil 
[who residti in the iow nships nanied ln-liiv.', aril 
ureby notified t!i?.; tde CoHipany has acquircil 
■he lee to tho l-.ailroad landd locsie.i iu saiij 
['ow.uBliips, aud tliey tte hereby ro»ii:ir«d to »r.al<l 
oroof of their right t> tlie l;i:ds oc>uUcd bji 
Ihem, and maki' vayciut tlicriHor accordicg t(J 
the laws regulating th.. tama. I 

Bs.nge.| 

Towns 31 , 32, 120 

I'owns 31 , 3-', .■«, liO 

fowusSl, SO, R3, M, 5 0, 120 

fowno 31. .^Z, Sit, S*. as, 118, ll'J, VM, aud Kec- 

tlor.s 1, 6, aijd 7, of Th w« IL 2l| 

jections 1, H, 5, 7.9. 11, 16, 17, of To-.»n lir 

And whole Towns I W, nu, \:% I'il, 32, 3.1, 34, 



S5. 



Sections 1, i, 6. 7, i>, .1, 13, la, 17, of Town 

117 2(1 

iectlons 1, 11, 13, '.a. «. 35, rf Down lirf....2tl 

Jeotiona 1, 11, 13,23, '.iS, S5, of Town liVi 2i| 

Whole Towns 130, (il,3.S, 34, 35 « 

■" IV, lil, 21, ii3, of 
, al 

QEO.L. E'rC!<i-*H," ' 
Idiad Canimissiotiier. 



lection* 1,3, 5, 7, 9, 11, 13, 1.5, 

Town 117 

hole 'I owns 120, Vil i 

GEO. 
3epl«-tf Itfiad 

RE-OPENING 



ATA8 LOW FEJCE8 

|a.8 any house in the Wert, and in aty ie warrant 
lad tc give SiitlsfaisSion, 



JBUSIIfESS. VISITING, & FANCY COLORED 
CARDS, in every variety. 



I>OSTEKS, 

In Black or Colored lnk», 

H^I'TD -BILLS , 

Oi av»v bixe. 
ot all binas. 

BILLHEADS, 

On any gnsiUy of Paper— price f accordingly. 

\CHEVKS, 

DBAFTS, 

INVOICES, 

BILLS LADIHO, 

DE AY TICKETS, 
id in fcct all desoriptiouB of Mercantile PriaUDg 



ii 



OH" thf: 

K :k -A. 



g 



C> K K -A. T 

CENTRAL EODTEI 

MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 1^0 Passports ReCiUired ! 
FAST FREIGHT LL\E ! 



BOOK PRINTING. 

Car Book Room is well stocked with a fine as 
liortmer.t of Aew Type purciiased this year. We 
jtiave ca I eful and experienced prcof-readcra, and 
or fscilities for executing all kinds of 

JBook and Faniphlet Priming 

Are complete in every respect. 



ON AND AFFER SUNDAY, MARCH 

1S85, Passenger Trains via the 



12, 



dent was on foot and w.alkcd rapidly, 
towering above the crowd, flanked on 
his right by Admiral Porter and on his 
left by his son Thadtleus 

ihe President was dres.sed in a long 
black overcoat, high silk hat, and black 
pants, giving to his form a very com- 
manding appearance. The President and 
•'scort moved up Governor to Twelfth 
street, out Twelfth to Marshall street and 
the mansion of .Jt-lf. Davis, late Pres 
dent of the Confederate States, and now 
the headquarters of Gen. Weitzel. The 
crowd surrounded the mansion, and seid 
up cheer after cheer as tfie ''resident en 
tered the doorway and seated himeelf in 
the reception room and reception chair 
of .J^ff. Davis. Three cheers for Admiral 
Porter were then given 

A brilliant coUet^tion of Union officers 
assembled in the hall were then present- 
ed to the President, and afterward the 
citizens generally were allowed the op- 
portunity of shaking the President of 

our whole Union" by the hand. Sub 
seijuently the President and suite, with a| 
cavalry escort of colored troops. appeared: 



The coutiiiv in front of Spanish Fort is 
very h 11 V. ^"-t the distance of half a mile 
i!,e (er; .latinof be distinguished, though 
built !!,... II :: hi;;h bluff. This is owing to 
lie demeness of the trees and shrubbery 
iu front and on each side 

FIVK .MOKl roK.S ANPTHK OCTORAKA CUCSS 
BLAKELV RIVKlt BAR — A RKREL FI-KKT 
I.V SIGHT. 

This afternoon Major Putnam, of (Jen. 
Canby's staff, arrived from Stark's Land 
ing, tind reported five of our Monitors 
crossing lilakely river bar, aud a sixth 
was crossing as he was leaving. 

Captain Katon, <•'•(■( signal ofHcer f^also' 
on Gen. Canb' ' .all',) left Stark's Land 
ing about • r. iiour later. He reports tha 
tive Ml . urs and the, Octorara are across' 
the 1 ;a- and lying at anchor a short dis-j 
tancK beyond. A fleet of rebel gunboats,' 
lie also reports, is in sight. A naval en- 
gagement is soon expeettd to lake place. 



NEW PERFUME 

FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. 



A KK.Vr KBASONS WHY THE 

AMERICAN WATCH 

IS THE BEST. 
It is made on the best principle, while the for 
sign watch is generally made upon no principle 
»t all The foroigu watch is mostly made by wo- 
men and boys, nv HAsn. WhiKi their labor Is 
i;h»ap their work 1^ d«>ar at any pricrt. Such 
watches are mide without plan, and sold withoiit 
guarantee. They are irrtgular In construction 
.nd <iuilc as irnguar in movement. They are 
designed only to sell, aud tiia buyer is th.' party 
thoroughly sold. Those who iiave kept 'ancres,' 
'Upine»,' and 'Swiss lavers' in professed repair] 
for a few years will appreciate the truth of our 
s:atemeut. 

rUK PLAN OF THE AilERICVN WATCH 
Instead of being made of several hundred littt 
pieoes, screw.'d together, the body of tho A met' 
ican watch is formed of SOLID PLATES. N. 
Jir Interftires with the harmony of its working 
and no Midden shock can throw its maohlneryj 
out of g.-ar. Iu riding, or any business pursu 
it is all held together ai llrmly «s a singia pi 
of metal. It is juM what all machln.?ry shoali 
he- 
ist. ACCURATE. 2d. SIMPLE, ad. STRONG 
th. ECONOMH-'AL. 
We not only secure CHEAPNESS by our sys 
m, but QUALlTf. We do not pretend that' 
[our watch csin be bought ior lesj money than the, 
"oreignin<(ie-te//Vfc.s, but that lor its real value, 
it is sold for OBchalf t!ie jM-ice. 



P H lI^ 1 ®) 



i 




We would again call the attentien of Mer- 

lutfl to the inducements offered by this Well- 

|known Company for tho 

ransportation of Freight 

NEW YORK & BOSTON 

TO THE 'W^EST. 

Rnnning Their Own Cars 

over the entire route, aud 

HiVlNfi THEIR OWN AGENTS 

At all points of trans-shipment, they are enabled 

To Make Setteir Tiuae 

than any competing route, 

While their Rates are Always as Low 

AS ANT 

ALL-RAIL line: 

CAS OFFKR. 



A ITIofct K'^niiinilP, Wclicnte nnd Frn- 
prnnt Pcrfimir, Dioliilrtl from Ihe 
Unrr nud Beniitil'iil FIOMer fi-oui 
wliieh it InkcK it* nnnio. 
Manufactured only by PHAI.ON & 80!V. 

l^ Beware of Counterfeits. 

Aalt fof Pltulnu'.i—Tnlir un other. 
Bold by druj^sists generally. 

anfidkwSm.sa. 



Thk Grkat Enousii Rkmkdy. — Sib 

1,JM«K80I Al:KKSCKI.KBRAlBnFEMAt.BPlT.l* 

Prfpnrect frnm a pre.icription of Sir J. Clarke 
M. I)., rhyaician Fxtraordinary totke Que^n. 
This Invaluable medicine is unfailing in the 
nre of all those painful aud dangerous diseases 



C1.0.SING IN OX OLD SPANI.SH PORT. 

IMarch 29-.— There was a very lively' 
Ititue along the whole line to-day. Our! 
ihkirtnisiiera und working parties had ad- 



OUK SOLDI KR'o WATCU (named Wm. El." 

liervi U what its name iudicat<'.''—80iid, subitan-fcowtiich the lemalo constitution is subject. 

|lial, aud always r^liabli'— warjanti'd to s 

{amount of mirchiog, riding or tlghtiiig. H" To Married'^LadleB it is peculiarly suited 



It is a mtiitalifn idea that tliis Company is at 
"JRxprest" Company, charging "Express'' 
rates. By a comparison of their printed tarifl's,! 
^It will be seen that their rates are the fame, as the] 
egular Bail Roads. 

O RO O E R S 

Will find it the best route by which to ship tliel 
FIRST & SECOND CLASS GOOD3, saving 
both time and wa8tfg> arising from 
Improper handling, ati annoyance 
which is no small Item to 
business men. 
All orer-chnrges and claims of every kind ar€ 
[settled on presentation at our office, thus saving 
Merchants the trouble aud delay of a reference 
to Eastern Agents, who are proverbially 'dilato- 
ry, if they even respond at all I 



MICHIGAN CCNTRIL C. R, 

Will !i>ai e Chicago at 



O:O0a. m. ( -nndiiyB excepted.) New Torkl 
jiml B.iston K.xpri'-s. [ 

3:00 p. us. (S.itur lays exc- ptr-d,;- New YorV| 
aud Uo.ston Express^. 
10:00 |>. IU, li-stui (lavs =nd Sundays excn-t 
ed,) -To* York uud iSo^tou Ex.| 

M.VKLNO OU-.K: C <:ONNKCTIilSS KOi; 

All Points in New York,( 
New :3ngiand, 

ATtn THE 

C -A. IV -V O A. «.| 

EF" Passenger!f can rest assured thai 
tJierewiU be no farther trouble in getting^^ 
into or through C>tnadc. 

All RestrictloDs have been R«movoii 

During tlie temporary fuanencion of +hr j«(:> 
irattic, tiie Michigan Cnntral iiave placo<i. tiicu 
miitivP power, cars, tiiick. «c , iutlii" »p..*i \>' r 
feet repair, and are new prcpareu to give proini ■• 
lime and supr'iioratcoinuiu'Jatio.iB. 'fliankiiik 
the traveliiig jublic f)r liberal pairoiiajtp»iii Ibf 
mer time.., we would rejp.c.fully Msli tUoni tt 
again try u?, and \vi' promise perfect satisfaction. 

Fare as Low as that of Other Lines. 

For TiiroUfili "i icko:s and iniornmtion a|.il.\ u; 

the Company's oflici) in Tremout liouse JUucii. 

and at iiie Uepo. foot of Lake street, Chicafjp, 

HK?fRY C. 1f'«:XT»VO«TM, 

Udneial Western Pasjenger Agent, 
mchl8 



Oouiiiy Officers 

|win lindus thoroughly prepared to do aji kinds af 

I»i'initiiigr Ac Bindiixgr 

lAt a.» lo'.r prices as ran be procured anywhere, 
Iwhllc we warrant satisfaction af to .juallty 
■work, ffi. 



* i 



LAW PRINTING. 



IBBIEFS, 



BONDS, 

AND LAW bi^ANKS, 

rint-id and ttimished to order at the shortest 

aolicu. 






out: NEXT UiOHER QUALITY of WATCH«wlll, in a short time, bring on tho monthly peril 



on the stiuare, drawn in a carnawa andE , . . , . . . - - i < .i < . 

- I J 1 ti II fcviineed to within eighty yards of the iort, 

lour, wnieh was driven around the walks.*" o y / . 



while three or lour batteries were sta 
^lioned within from three to four hundred 
yards. 

OCR KOKt'P..S CLOSINQ ON THK RKBRt 
WORKS. 

(^iir Jorttes are gradually approaching 



he President inspecting the eondition ofj 
the troops and e.xciting an unwonted in-j 
terest in everything. 

Everywhere the reception was thc-j 
same, the bands pia; ing and the people' 
besiegin- the uroiuKl, ea<-h ai.'.<ii<>uK fir a' 

closer inspection ol the distinguiiihedaSpanish Fort. 'I'bey are now intrenched 
occupants of the carriage. Ewithin a distance of seventy yards of the 

W hile these ceremonies were going onBenemy's rifle pits. Our loss in killed and 
a salute of guns was fired from the steam-Hwounded will avers^e about one hundred 
era at Rocketts. W^^^ ^'^ty to-day. The loss in officers baa 

The President is still in Richmond, weHbeen very small in proportion. I have 
believe, but we are not informed what areSnot heard ot one being killed, and but 
to be bis future movements. Isome eight or ten wounded 



with regularity. 

Each bottie, price One Dollar, bears the QovH 
erniriHOt stamp of Great Britain, to preventoonn'j 

CAVTlOT^.—'lTicstPiUashouldnot betakmbu 
Females during the /■'IJi.ST TURRK MONTHS 



nain.^d P. S. lS:>rtlett), is liniilar in Kize aud gen 
jeriil appeaiance, but has tJiore j.^wels, and a inorej 
laborate finish. jj 

OUK LMUKS' WATCH, fecinUy brought] 
out, is put u|) iu a gr.-al variety of patterns, man 
o( them of rare beauty an.l workmansliip, is quite 
small, but warranted to KEEP TIME. ^ _ _ 

OUa VUU.'^O UENILKMAN'S WATCH isSexPrtion.PaipHttionof the Heart,'Hy8terios and 
neat not large, and juct Ihi- thing for the pocket]|White.s, these Pills will etfMCt a cure wnen aU 
' i.».' A „.;..., Bother means have failed; and although a power- 

of^ouiig America. Bftjl remedy, do not contain Iron, cnlomel,antimo- 

THE' PKOOK ol tho merits of our watch mayj„y^ ^^^ anything hurtful to th.' constitution. 
be found in the fact that we now employ overB full directions in the paiuuhlel arounii 
hundred workman in our factories, aad|pao.aK-^ whtch^should be ^ 



MERCHATSTTiS 

Will do well to c&ll at either of our Fastem offl 
ces before making oontraota elsewhere. 

. Vr. BtII.I.AR, Sup't, 
BuflWo, N. Y. 

A. H. I.lVKlf 6STOM, AgeiU, 
l)i Murray St., N.Y. 
^. tt. Kinnca, Agent 
79 Waohingtoa iitreet, 
Bcston, Mass. 



J. C. & H. C. BURBANK & CO. 

AoKMTS, Saist Paul, Uinn. 
mchlO-Sm 



ASD 

Blank JBooi): Manufactory 

':^lie I^ro»« IPriailiiigj' Oo. 

Have in succeasfai op ers.iio&tlie largest and nio- 
complete Bindery iu Minnesota, embracing th( 
latestand most lmpro"etl machinery. ICmployint 
'only competent andtarcfal workmen, and ue>n> 
be best material, they hope to continue to giv 
satisfaction to all. 

PAPER RULED ;TO ORDKR, 

AHD TO M*T PATTKBS, 

LEDGERS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS, COM 

MEHCIALAND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KIND 

MAl.K IN ri:B BEST >lijl MER. 

Old Booliis !Re-I5oMnc) 

jaAUAZINB.i, rURJOVTCALs, 
AIUSIO, &o., cfco.,. 

Bound in A-iy &tyle Deaircid., 



la addiilonto our Book aiid Job Office, we have 
t» ufinnectioa with the same an extensive and 
ompletcly equipped 

BOOK BINDERY, 

And have ia our employ a full corps of compe- 

CUt WOrkUDt..'!!. 

W c are now amply fbmlBhPd with mtterhil for 
naisufsetnriTig 



or every description iur 

IS.SLRAr.'CE COMPANIES, 
KAUJIOAD COMPANIE.-}. 
rOUNTY AUDITORS, 

COUNTY TREASURERi*, 
MBRCHANTF. 
BANKERS. ' 

(MAHUFACTURBRS. 



OLID MAGAZINES RE-BOIND 

In any style or form to suit. 



jo/ Prei/nancu, n» they art sure to bring on MisA 
l<'<»rrt/T(7/i, but at any (,thcr time they are safe. 
\ In al cases of Norvous-and SplDal AtTeotions,! 
I'aius in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slightl 



r 4» n « %XM. 

i»€EDAR FENCE POSTS, 

AT THE LUMBER YARD CF 

J, B. BASSETTfcCO., 






U<:t. 15,IM4. 



Minneai^s, Ifin. 

t may 15 



tiull directions In the pam;.hlel around caohjlj Shop in old Baptist Church BuildlDg on m 
*^ '^ '• -• "street, near Jackson, All kinds ot carpenter 



that we are still nnabi« to supply the constantly] 
increa»ing demand. 

ODR THKEB-<iOARfEB PLATE WATCH] 
is thinner and lighter than the others we haval 
described. Its fine chronometer balance is deli j 



Sold by all Druggists. Sole As ^„_„ 

[Onltod States aud Canada, JOB MOSES, 

27 Cortlandt street N. Y. 

N. B.— tl and 6 stamps enclosed to any author-l 

[lied agent, will insure a botue, oonulning 

"•ills, by return mall. .„,^. , 

o«adiool,'6«wtiiovl0,'«5-swf 



LBOn ARD * HHKIRK. Kwlldcr*.— 
8h "" '"" """' 

treet, 

rork done to order. 

MtHKIRB, ArchlMcs.— Office In the! 
• came building as Leonard fc Shelre^ Car-' 
Ipenter Shop, on Fifth street, near Jat&aon. Do-I 
' ns, Plans and specifications for buildings of ev-! 
' desoriptlon, prepared on short notice, deo8y1 



800K AND JOB PRiNTiNB.I 



RULING OF ALL KINDS 



Pens to order. 






n order to keep pace with their rapidly tticreaf| 
Ing business are constantly extendiun theirf»* 
silities for Book and Job PriuUng. They li;.ve| 
recently introdacpd ijteam into their ostablislj 
ment,andput up&nctherof 

HOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES 

YTe are prepar !d to Print ail kinds of 
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. BllUeFS, 

POSTERS, PROQRAMirES, BILLHEADJ 
BLANKS, BILLS OF LADINti, 

CIUCULARS, 
And every other description of 

PLAIN AlfDOR.^AMENTAL 1i>IiTlfTItf6\ 
At moderate rates and at short notic«. 



lORDEKR SENT BY MAIL 

ProtBT'tly BttentJed t«. 



J^fe shall use our best endeavors to give tatlsj 
I ai^oti to eli who lavor m with their orders. 



mzss TXLzzmxro oo., 

SAINT PAUL, Kinn. 



„ _»^-oi ovbry desoiiptaon for B«aord*|or Ae. 
!uua?sie«de to order in the best manner, at tlie 
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U'RU9HKDDAII.T, TRI-WKKKLT AND WKSKLT 

Oifioe — A.djoliiinK the JBridjce. 



The St. Paul Press,] 

DAILY, TRI-WEEKLY A WEEKLY, 

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THE OiMJ IMON J01RX1L| 

Published «t the Capital ofih«t8t»te, ent.rsl 
upon U^ fifth volamo with an established reputil 
tion a* by far tlin 

Pabiishei west of Chicago. It Is a «aiHe!."ti-i 
proof of the uurivalled and rapidly in. ri-.isin« 
popularity of tUf Prkss Um! in th.> short rracf 
of four y<>ars il has attained ntarly 

vnEBi.Ei<iiK « in«'&a.ATto^ 

Otrmy othor N»;w.-i.ap«tr ^»ubli^h«•d lu t!ii> Staftj 

— afa.t OtuKKAi- IMPoI.TA.Ni K TOAO\FUTls[ 

KR9. Ihi- marv.«;iou3 -iicc.^r? is owing not or.l)| 
to thf faot that iM political sentiuiiMits art' iiil 
harmony with thoHH of th-" gri'at majority of th»| 
p«»opl.', but to it* jirt-at supr-riority over all itti 
rival* in every dfjai traent of n-.-wspaper lutcllll 
g>>n:o, btfing 

ALM AV« .&HIEA» 3X .>'ETI'8, 

Aadlsvomo^t ill th.'discuiSKioa ol a' 'jocta ol 
public iatero.-t, and iu advocacy ol all inoa»urc» 
for th«« uatorial dflwSopnu-nt of the Slute. 
It tia-" a far niort>esti'nsl veandintellifrt'nt ir<j> 
and State Correi^P'^nileitce than any Minnesoti 
journal, and bett«»r I.oail and i\*nniierciitl lie 
j>orters--tind sevpr.i! .'XCiflh'nt Portiea! and Lit- 
trary contributor.-!. It is, in .-hort, 

The best General ^ew spjiper. 
The best State Newspaper, 
The best liOta! Newspaper, 
Thv best Political Juiinial. 
The best Statistical Journal, 
The best Kiiiisvatioii Journal, 
The best t'uitiuiercini Journal, 
The best Literary Journal, 
The best rainily Journal, 

i^bli>'hfd in the Stat.-. And furthermorfl thi 

i»P.ESs i.< much THK LAKGK.ST DAILV ll 

MianP'ota, and pa'ulishes daily about 

Onv-ltalrd more nvuding- flatter 

than any other. It i^ th>^ 
O F- F" 1 C r >V 1. PA. I^ V. R 

Oh THE 

SiTATE and I XITED STATES. 

«nd th«< only paper in the State which pub 
lishi^g the 

XiEWs of Cocgress and tho Leg- 
islature. 



At A Political Journal, the past courAfi of th( 

Press is a sufficient index to it* future. De 
voutly believlnj? tliat Slavery \» everywhere ant 
in it« very nature hostile to Free Government 
that the Rebellion is its natural and necessarj 
oAprinft; and that the extinction of this anti 
Democratic and anti-National Institution is ai 
indi->pen»able condition r.f solid Peace or laatin^ 
Cniou, the Press heartily approves and earne«t 
ly advocate* all constltutiocal War or Clvi 
measure!? looking to Its entire « xtlrpatlon, Th< 
triumphant issue of the recent Presidential elec 
tiom establishoH the ascendency of those princi 
pics In th.J future political life of the KepubUc 
A« the recognized exponent of the Ideas and pol- 
icies ■which are to control our State asd N&tiona 
Adniini8tration«,the Prkss may Justly anticipau 
a larpe iucrea*c of circulation among the '-'S.OW 
Union men of SlinuesDta who liave recently eu 
dorsed its princi'les by their votes. We arf 
abont pnterlng, too, upon a period of slngulai 
interest, when a first rate Newspaper, conductec 
npon sound political maxima, will be more thai 
ever a necessity lu every loyal household, Th« 
rebellion which b -gan with Mr. Lincoln's e'ec 
tion In 1660, seems destined to expire wit! 
ills re election in l»il, and his first tern 
will b--" hardly mou- memorable for the 
majcnttude of tlie military problems encoun- 
tered and acived. in subduing the rebe'dlon, that 
wLl his secood for ihe^^rand political ptoblemsin 
velved In tha Pa;ificatlcn and KeconBtruction ol 
the insurgent Statea. It is Important tliat thf 
Journal which recorda the events of the nextfonj 
years should be a safe ^tde ol political action. 




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IVrnta :— DACLT PKKSS-By DWll, fll4( 
i^>or annum, or #1.00 per month, invarialdy in od- 
vii nee. 

TKI-WEEKf.Y PRKSS-Jr per annum; $3.90 
for six months ; $1.75 for tiiree months ; tiOc. foi 
one month. 

WKKK I.Y I'KES '— One copy, one year. $2.50; 

«jisix rnviitis, lil.aS; clubs of four copies, one year 

" *'.'.<X); clubs ot ten lOj ies, one vear, i20.00; clube 

of tweniy copien, oiu- year, $4«.00. 



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TUB nASX. V PXtKSl 



f calctt f r0pa$afc. I 
PROPOSALS FOR WOOD. 



O^TICKCHIFF OrQrARTRK»»*8TKB, 
DliiTHI T Ol Ml.S-JNEf \, 

•Jaint Haul, Minnesota, /tprii ?, IMS, 



SesLled I^roposals 



I BOOTS, BAEKS AND LEAVES^ 

An onfUllng core for Spermaiorrhcsa, &-7imi 
)» -ak-nfss, Jloctvmal Xmifsions, and nil d!«<?aie«'^ 
eiairtl by S-'lfJ^'futi^yn, such aj i"i.< >;'■ Jfem/ny 
I'niotTtal LaisitwU, I\jin! in Vtf liac':, /Mmufst o/j 
Futon, Prftruiturn (Hit A^:', Wtak AVrr,j, Di'fifutty, 
of Brtathinfj, Vremlling, Wiikrfulmxi, EruptUym\ 
\ontht fJiof, PaU OmtnUtnanof,, )ruttnit;/, 0>n»ump- 
tion. and all the dlrrrnl complaints causi-d t>j do-j 
^rtlaK from Ihn path of nature. 

y/f This medicine Is n simple veitetabl.* «xtract.| 
and one on which all can rtly, as It, hus tieen usefl' 
hi our practice for irany years, and with thousandi' 
treated, H has not failed In a sinftle Instancy Its' 
•urative powers hhvo been innclrnt to |<iihi v!s ' 
tory over the moiit stuhborn caso. 

METotho.i* wto have trijltd tinth thHr omtti- 
ftittoripfuntll they think thcmselvis beyond the 
reach of medical aid, wc would say, DBdPAia hot ! 
theCUi:aOKeE CURK wUl restore you to health! 
and vl^r, and alter all quack doctors have failed l| 

l^r Price Two Dollars ptr bottle, or three bot- 
tler for Five Dollars, and forwarded by Express to' 
all parts of the world. 

^S~ Pamplilet sent by m.il! free of postsRe, by 

DR. W. R. MERWiN &, CO., 

(A Liberty St., New York, Pole Proprietor*. 



Ozii Sijiuira. 

to DO 

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Kachadd. Square 
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fn duplicate will be receiv*! at this ofiic* antil 



12 oOlock. M.. 



COOLKY, CARVER & CO., 
WHOLESAl^E GKOOERS 

uktporterb and dealers in 

FOimTGiN AiSD DOMESTIC LIQUOBS. WINES 

OIGARS, &0., &C. 

JacUson Htreet, beti^een Lievec* anci T'liii^* 



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For the d« liveiy of 



I.IHIO CORDS OF WOOD 



j ODcJ'.n^' .. . 

1 S£::::;;;;;;ii ;;:;;;;;;;;;;;ilTimrsdayAprii 20th, iseo, 

i ( 1 linn weets 5 00 

l^r One month (I So 

I \ rwonu!uth» 10 00 

a ( Three months 1% 50 

J 4 Siy mouths K 5d 

\ T, , .<-montb8 26 00 12 S 

Fir^.t pa<;o advertisements, spocia. and bu9i 
'.ess iio!ici-s,audadvertisemeatsfollowinKirame 
liatcly ^'!«''' '3c.ll matteron the fourth page,one-{ 
lalf adiiitional. 
2. Socuud pago, a:!'! speoialpluee anddoublt 
olurua advertisf meiits, and advertisements witl 
'.<;ts, o!i<^ t^iird additioui;!. 

> X AJvertlsementschangeableat pleasurerate* 

• tin No. 1, and $10 por r-nnum additional foi 

J ..augrs. Aliuhanges rated at^Ooentspersquare 

\ -i. Local notices double the above prlcei,aiid{ 

j 10 notice inserted lor leus than ^I. 

, Advertisements in Ihiily and Weekly, two 



^IfV^RiM P'fBPSl9Miiiv 



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^ORT SNELLING, MINN., 



(In the Post "Wood- Yard.) 



GLiD NEWS FOR TIIR CNFORTC.NATE. 

Tbe LodoomM for Discoyered at Last! 

Cfwres in from one 





VHE TBI-^TEEKEY PRESS 

Contains nearly all the matter published In oni 
Dally, and iJ a magnificent sheet, containini^ 
usually from twenty-four to thirty columns oi 
reading matter. 

THE ^TEEKIY PREfi« 

Is confessedly the Best Family Journal publislieo 
in the State — contnininp all the news of the week 
and the choicest I-iterary selections. Tales, Po- 
etry, Political Intellig-Dce, Local News, Mar- 
kets, &c. 

I'be great advance in the cost of composition, 
paper, and all tho materials employed in th« 
laanufacture of a newspjppr, compelled a slight 
ad'-.nce in our subscription price in August last : 
ai. 1 thonghthe cost of ptiblicatlou has greatly in 
crta-.ed since then, we stiil adhere to the term.' 
then announced, which will be found annexed, 
TElt-nM FOR 1»«» : 

X> A. I r. Y: 

hj tfail, 12 months , $11.00 

By Kail, omonlhs.. ^ 5.50 

Uy Mail, 3 months 2.75 

uy Mail, 1 month 1.00 






In the > ity, 12 uiontha ■ . 

in the Cltv, 3 months 

In the City, per week 

^Kws 1>K.\LEK'*, per hundred. 



12 00 

3.00 

25 

3.00 



-WJCKKLY. 



TRI 

twelve months $7.00 

Six months. ■■.*»....•.•••.».••••■••••. > 3.50 

Three months l."5 

One month ••0 

C.'.L'BS often to one address at the rate of Sis 
ttoli«rs per aaauu. 



to three days. 

CHEROKEE REMEDY 

CHEROKEE 'TnJECTION, 

Oompoonded from Eoots, Barks and Leaves I 

CHEROKEE REMEDY, the great Indian Dlorretlel 
cures all dlseaiies of the Urinary Or^•aQ:', tiu-h aj| 
Incontinence of the Vr.'nf, /n*j;n/n<if/'>.'; .;■' Ihtl 
Blividrr, In/UimmatiKn of t!i^ KiU'i'-'i.!, .V.'.-"-- ii tKel 
Bladdfr, Stricture, Or'i'cft, Oonorrhet, Olfri, Audi 
I* especially recommcn.icd In those cases of >'/>i»r| 
Albut, (or Whites hi females,) whrro nil tt:f oKlj 
nauseous moiilclaes have failed. 

F^^ It Is prep.sreJ La a hl|{!Jy concentrated | 
fori 1, the dose only belnj; frcm one to tiro tt."ispco;\- 
fulp three times per d^. 

t;?^ Il l« diurttic nni all^ratirf, in Its aetl.m. 
purifylng^nd cleansing the blood, causing It to fiow 
In rvil of lis original parity and vigor; tliiu rainov 
Ing from tt'e syst-m a'l pernlclijus i-aas.'s whiebl 
have liidiieed disexse. 

CHKROKKK INJECTION lsici»ii4edi 
as a:i ally or as.V.stant to tho ClaeroUoe Item* 
edy, auJ should be used In eonjiinctl-^n with that I 
m>-illclne In all ca.'sos of Olcct, Qopoirhea, Eluot [ 
Albus, »r Whites. Its effects are heaa:,^ soothlait, 
and demulcent; removing all scaldiiv, heat aiiill 
pain, Instead of the burning and almost unindarablcl 
pain that Is experienced with nearly all ttio chcaj | 
quack Injections. 

Cy Bythe use of the CHEROKEr REMEDT,! 
and CHEKOKEE INJECTION— t!ie two m-.r.iine»i 
at '.he same time aU I 111 propter d Inch ar^OMairl 
removed, and the weakened organs we speedily res ' 
tor ed t o full vigor and strcCKtb. 

ty- Price, Cbcrokce KeMiedjr, »-2 per| 
bottle, or three bottles for f.'i. 

(^^^ Priee, Cheruttoo Injrrtlou, i't pet{ 
botii.-, or three bottb/s for I". 

St-i.' by Eij-reis to »ey address on recvlpt of price 

r^Tbe Cherokee Kemcdy, CIteru* 
keo Injection and Cberokee Cure, art 

sold by ad euterprbing Dm'.:Kists la the civilliedl 
world. Some unprluclplod d._alers, howt-nr, try t^| 
sell worthless oomp-'Unds la place of those: tlioMl 
which they can purchaj^e at a ckeap prlc-, and maki f 
more money by sclUng, than they cun on these ined 
IcLnes. As you value your health, aye, the health! 
of your future offaprlnt;, do not be declvt-j by surhB 
nnprlnelpled DruKtrists, ask /or thfsf. mviicinia n.-tal 
JoAy no ittfTd. If the DnipKlsts will n.5t l.uy themi 
for you, enclose the money la a letter, and we wil.-i 
send them to you by Express, s..!Curely sealed andj 
packed free from observation. 

Ladies or Gentlemen can address ns In perfect! 
contldence, stating fully and plainly their •liseasesl 
and sympuims, as we treat all diseases of a chionUi 
nature In mMle or fem.ile. Patients need not *! 'sitatr 
because of their inability to visit us, as we have] 
treated patients sUL-ceHsfally In all portions of the civ- 
ilized globe, oy corrcpond-nce. 

Patients adJressinu; us will please st:4te platiily| 
all the symptoms of their complaints, and write Po3t' 
office. County, State and name cf writer, plain, ftcdl 
lociose postage stamp for reply. 

W« tend our 33 page Pamphlet frtf to any ad- 
dress. Address all letters for Pampklets or advice to| 
the proprietors, 

Or. W. R. MERWIN & CO., 

No. ffii Liberty (tre<!, New York. 

EftW^ARn H. 0I«i««l, nrninrlat, 

iolo Whideeale a;d !:e uil A(:fat,lor iSaint I'iiu | 

to » h'ira uU ord -rb mu^i t^e audre.^sed, 
JylMyd&w w f i --un 



kirdu aJ-ditional to tin; Daily rate. 
C, Advertisements la AVeekly alone, $1.0( 
,wr2quure for llrst iiisortion, and 50 cents pcj 
qaarti '■;,r subsequent insertioue, for any period 
olthln three mouths; over three months, ou> 
hirdlen.i than Daily rates, 

7. Lrt-^al and Govoriiment advertisements, 'i 
Li ent": ;.r e^ua.-j for the llrst iusertion, aud 37>4 

enls per 3.jU:ir • for each additionul insertion. 

8, Attorne/s ordiTiuij in K-gul a-lvt-rilsemeuti 
r3re;;;irJed as aciouotable for i.'te cot,t of th« 

Mme, unless there is a spcoial agroomBnt t( 
tbart^c the same toauothcr party. 
.Ncjiapergivoaiucoiiueotioa withadvertiBlay. 



Iln gnch quant!:!'--', Mioctiily.'as may be rcquiret'l 
|for use. 

All wood must b.- ol the b^st quality ot mer-i 
Ichantab!'* dry %vc)od, free from sm»ll or crooaedl 
jlimbs, uud to bo eu^jicct to iu.sjteciion. 

Bids must have a jTiiiti'd copy of this ad-l 
Ijvertlsennent, and a written guarantee cf the fonni 
Igiven • elow, attached to e-.icli; th" guarantee \i\ 
lue slgucil by two re.-poi!.=i!)li' jeii.on^, w-hosr 
jrespr n.sib lity miift b- vouched lor by thiJ 
Icertllicat" i.f the Ch-rk of tli» n.'ar.-st Dis-f 
|trictCourt,or the United States District Attor-{ 
|ncy. 

FORM OK GUARANTKE. 



B . 3? R E S* T. p- ]^ , 

A&ETSTTJPOR 

JDupont's Celebrated Cr^unpowder. 

ALL ORD£BS, UABGK OH SMALL, KuK 

Blasting, Kifle, Diaiuond (Train, and Uuek Sporliiig, 

X»roinpll.v Filled. A.ltso A.sei:it for 
CSRISVrOED'S OKIiEBRATER 

By purchasing this COFFEE in BULK, instead of Cans, a great saving is effected. 
ICIOTKL KEEPERS AND FAMILIES AUE INVITI D TO Cn'E THIS COFFEE A 'IRIALJ 



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VS Barrels Nuvr Dried Apples, "\ork Btato' 

and Oho growth. 
M Boxes W. R. Chee^e. 
SO Half Boxes M, U. Uaisins, New. 
SO Hoses Layers, New. 
A large lot of New Garden Seeds. 
lOO Boxes Fancy Condv. 
I'COO Iloxes New ("annul Fruits. 
l3 Kegs ^ew Prunes. 



3S Bales best Navy Oakum, 
lA Barrels New Hominy. 
2S Keps New Pearl H.iil^y, 
» Barrels New Split Peas, 
M> Kutlieis small White Army Beans. 
30 Hall-baneU Whito Fish. new. 
30 Barrels and liiill'-linrrels MarUert 1. 
SO do do do Herding. 



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AttKSTtt aaSX TUfi 7.*ME(»a. 

The following pervious are authtrited to act a 
I Vgeuti for the Prk;-; 

P. SIoAbe, MlijueapoUs, 
W. W. Wales, St. Authocy. 
W.C. Willinui^, Moutici':!-). 
i. M. Uosenberger.St. Cloud. 
Jusiiua t>tnitii, Uuasun, Wi.o30U'«lu 
T, S. licyiaour, Hudson, WUtfuneia. 
M. U. Ihomus Alton. 
W. W. R.oroa, i.akc-land. 
A. B. F.a.-<tiJii, btiUwuier. 
ll, Itiedell, Farilanlt. 
H. Jenkin-ij.Ir., Northflel • 
1). II. Fro.Mt,NoithUiid. 
W. H. \Vad>worth, tjwatoiiiia, 
L. L. TwichHll ^ Co., Haiitlug<]. 
J. M. aicKie, Pn.ioott, Wi^foa* 
Dr. A. U.Joues, Uud VV'in^'. 
W. .1. Araidd, Wataahaw.' 
'1. J.DuB'y, ShakopOT. 
I) L. How " 

J. K. M.joie, St. r.der, 
0. U. .Slocuin, MaukatJi 
S. Eaton, .Mbert Lea. 
Kay & Williams, (jarden City. 
J, \i. Welch, Wiunetiago City. 
C. i. Shorlt, Austin. 
F. Greeiie, Pelle Plaij-e. 
J. K. Ailiaui'h, Cannon CUy, 
J. tioward, Freeborn. 
C. D. Adnms, Morristown, 
C. II. Molntyre, iied Wiug. 
J. H. Allen, i'riucetoi-, 
E. .■^. Baih-y, f^tuntou. 
_*_ Mcliem'li, HendtTaOD. 
Hill, Du^tlu & Co, Blue Earth City. 



, ol thi! County of — 



State of S! i nnesota, d i h.-rcby guarantee that 
is able to luilill a contract in aoL-ordance with hi 
proposition: and that should his propo.^tion 
accepted, he will at once eater iuto a contract 
n Bfcordnnce t erewiih. Should s: contratjt be| 
awarded him, we are prepared to become hi.'! 
securities. 

Bidders aro Invited to be present at thi 

opening <d° the bids. 

Bends witii good security will be required froi 

sueoej^sfiil ■ui.iilcrr.'^. 

Bidders will give their names and address in 
full. In cas,' ot lirui--, till" pieolse name aud ad 
dreas of e cb m> mbur. with tho name of the firm 
will be s;i ted. 

Thcundi-r.^igiiftd r"serves the right torejeci 
iny or all bids not deemed satisfactory; 

All contracts are subject to the utprov-l of the 
Quartermaster Geiierai uf thfl Cnited States Ar 
my. 

Pa-.mentwill be iiudo mosthlv tor the wood] 
ielivered, txcept tliitoue-third ehoU remain nn-| 
paid for uutil the dellvtry of the whole. 

Bids from dL-loylp -iton ; from tlios.'* who havi 
horeiolore fnilfd to tomph with their propoti 
tions or comrarts, or iriira those vlio di> not; 
Bomply with th-* above requireuicntd, will not 
considered. 

Proposals t.i be emlersed " i-'roposals lorfur 
tiisbiiig wood at Foit Snelling, Minnesota," and' 
addressed to the underrigtied. 

li. L. CAUVEa. 
Capt.and A. y. M., 
Chief tjuarterinaster, Di-iri.t of Minnesota^ 

VoTit — All pipers requiring must be stamped 
at the exp»noi< of ilio confrictor. 

iipy-d 1 1 1 



B. 



A.r\A evei-y airtiole visually kept by a G^rpoer. 

I>JRE»LEY, ISO Ihira ^t., Ht. I»aixl.] 



mcUl-Am 



PENSION BLA NKS 

ALSO BLANKS POB 

|80Ui\TVAM)BACKPAY. 

XJie ]Pir«5Hfc* I'l-liitiiifir Oo., 

Have now printed aud of er for sale 

Th** Only Collection of f eixsioEij 
BlanlCH in tKe N'orthweBt, 

Kiubraclug the following: 

OLAIM OJ< WtOOW, 

CLAIM Vf MOTHER, 

CLAIM OF MI\OR SISTERS, 

CLAW OF MIXOR BROTHELS] 

CLAIM OF MI\OR CHILDRE.V, 
IJLAIM FOR INVALID PENSION. 



pusii^^^ ;y(?i^ivum^sH &«» 



ipiXtvos. 



iSTEINVYAY & SON.S, 

CHICKERIKO & SONS 

W.VJ. KNABK fc CO'3, 

DNITKD PIANO FORTES, 

PRINCE ft CO'S 

OUUAN.S is. MELOBEOMS,! 
|Can be had only at 

TMIunsrer- lix*otliei8» 

CO>JCEKl HALL BLOCK. 

mcliL'My 



JULIUS EAIJEK & CO. 



r YON'j 



PERIOD rCAL DR(JP.-H Bounty- rimI Baok Pay. 




LYON'S PEP.TOOICA L DUOPS, 
l/TON'S PKtJIODIC \L DROPS, 

THE GRFAT FKMALE REM EDY J 
THE tiKEAT FKMALK RKVIl-U)T] 
THEGUEAT JEAIALE UKMEDTJ 



iRRSATn;-.. 
\KENAii l: 
tBENATLHK 



i CHEAT KK.'^TORLR. 
1 GREAT KtbTOIilll, 
.S GREAT BESTORF.R 



And alivays remove 

OBSTRUliTIONS OF NATCREJ 
OBsrRUCTlONS OF NATUKK.! 
i>BSrKircTIl>N8 OF NATURE.! 

Being a scientifically prep.-.r»ii 

FLUID PREPAR.ATiON, 
KLUIO rKEPAHATIOX. 
FLUll) PREPAR^TION, 

Till V ARE BETTER THAN I'll LS,| 
TH- ^ ARE BEfTERTHAN PILLST 
1 lihV ARE BETTKli THAN' ril.Lh,|j 

And are, in the most obstinate cas.'^s, 

3URE TO DO (iOOD, 
SURE TO DO GO'iD. 
SURE TO DO liOOD, 

AND CANNOT D«1 HARM. 

AND CANNOT DO HARM. 

AND CAN MOT DO UAUM.t 



TLAiM OF WlOO • 

<-L.VDI OF FA'illEB,' 

CLAIM OF MOTIEER, 
CLAIM OF BKOTIIEES AND SiSTEE 

IPBICI: .5 OEiffS PERQUIRE-5 CIS.EACI 

tari--.>t sale by tho siugio sheet, quire or reair| 
Kddra.is 

ml.2n PRESS PRTMTINO CO. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 
SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 



a ii! Berlin, I cii.sic.Dr.suen, Eiig1audani}| 
. we are prepared to furnish DEAXKItS^ 
with every artiolel 

M.\NlIFACTnnKBi| 



Ia healthy ionic, geuUe stimulaut aud unequalled 
ing appetizer. Prepared In ripe old Bour j 
B»ing now used to the exclusion of alilS 



Single oopy, one year 

Single copy, six months 

Clubs of four copies, one year. . . 



2.50 
1.25 
U.UO 
20.00 
40.00 



Cl-abs ot ten copies, one year 

Clubs of twenty copies, one year 
And to die latter club, one copy extra to the pei 
icn ordering It 

Address 

PBSSS PBINTINQ COMPANY, 

Siiiut Paul, JVIlniieHota 



a^ Newspapers pabllshing the above thref 
times, accompaaied by an editorial notice, wil 
upon sending marked copies of the same, 
rt3oelve a copy of the Daily PkK8S in exchange 
during the yearlSdS. 



PROBATE BLANKS. 



^ilE FRKyS ntlSTlNG COMPANY,! 

To supply a deiloiency lon^ existing, have printed 

and ready for sale the following Blanks 

for use in Probate Court : 



LETTERS OF ODABDIANSHIP, 
OOMMiSSIONEB^' WABBANTS, (with oaths 

BEPOBT OF COMMISSIONERS, 

APPRAJ3EBS' APPOINTMENT, (with eaths,) 

DTS^ENTORY AND APPRAISEMENT, 

SEPARATE INVENTORY BY WIDOW, 

ADMINHTRATOB'S BONDS, 

** COMMISSION TO SETTLE CLAIMS, 

LETTERS 0« ADMINISTBA.TION, 

WARRANT TO APPBAI8EE3. 

OUARDIAN'3 BONDi, 

S^LK BONDS, 

EXECUTOR'S BONDS, 

LETTiBS TESTAMENTARY. 

For sale by the qalre or single sheet. Address 

]>RK«« PROITI]!V« CO 



LYON'S PKIUOJMCAL DROPS 

re safe at all times, except during pregnancvjl 

LYON'S PEiilODiCAL. DROPS 

Observe caiefnlly the directions around eacbS 
bottle. 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS 

Are no "got up compound" to impose uponpuL' 

Bile credulity but the prescription of Dr. John L. 
Lyon, now practicing phy.'idan in New Haven 
Ct., at 105 Chapel street, who guarantees their] 
eflicacy, will anawt-r all correapouU.-nc;- concern-' 
ing them, and all other specialities, and give par 
cicniar directions cf alt private disea'te); ant* f« 
male complaints, personally ur by mail. 

Dr. John L. Lvon'sdii^cov'ery.kno-^^nasLYO^'.s 
Pki:ioiiU:.al Di:i>r.- lor lemales, stand bs-lorel 
the lublio todjj;, Huperlor as a dinrwilc, un-'.ir 
p»8sed as a spe,.it!c, for the cure of all liarra<.<'lng| 
female complaiut^t, coinpoundi d from a lorrmlj 
that is the res-jlt of his extensive exp"rience| 
and by himguuruntci'd toremo-.eail irr-'giilarl- 
ties or suppressed nature, ami warranted s.afe at 
all times, except when in ceitdin siiuationft, par- 
ticularly explained in the directions arourd each] 
jbottie, wliicli all should crtrefully read ano un 
derstaud, 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS cost but 
riHe, and tlieir worth, la comparison to the: 
,C08t, is like gold to sand. 

Doctor Lyon asks you who are suffering from! 

rregularliies will you not make one mort* trial ofj 

ihis renowned Periodical Drops, whici he wiu-. 

nts will satisfy you in every instance. 

LYON'S PKiilODIfAL DROPS aro sold by] 
Druggists everywhere, in citv, village and coun 
ry, at ;Jl per bottle, or all orders by mail will Ix 
iromptly attend- d to by Dk. JOHN L. LYONJ 
"ew Haven, Ct. ' 

LOiti> &c sm:ith, 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 



jotlier bitter's lu more than lifty United State? 
J/krmy Hospitals, and millions uf private fami 
|tles,and is the only popular medicine which ha;' 
Jbeeneripeciallv kxi:.m!'tkii Fi-.().>t st.vmv tax by 
•the United States government, on the ground oil 
jits having feen adopted as a standard nitUKTiT] 
;by the me-Jicai profession. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BIHERS. 

._- fhey are raado of ingredients wellknownl 
tnd approved by the medical profession, as hav-T 
ling powerful tonic properties, are both i>alatable| 
and tili-asant, with sulncient strengttiening pro- 
. Jperties to correct tho bilious Oeraugomeut of thi 
r?|system, and act like a charm w heu taken accord 



ilng to direction, as a remedy for the following' 
diseases: — luaigesllou. Dyspepsia, Jaundice^ 
Uver Aa'eotiious, Loss of Appetite, Lowness of| 
Spirit, Sallow Cumplexion. 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

FOR 

SeadacUe, Costlveness, and kindred disease: 
isinglfom a di-;order.^d ccudJtioii of the Stom- 
:h. Liver, or Bowels. Let every one try these! 
agneable Bitters; once tried and used, they will 
recommend tbeia with confidence to all other«'| 
dslio are in need of a wholesome, agreeable anitl 
9iDV'i;tual tonic. Th ^ rapidly lucreafing demandS 
for these Bitters has induced me to give theicr 
publicity, BO that tbousands who have not Lsedj 
"em, may try them and be convinced of thei 
"cacy, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

r l..a(lies, WHO li.ive tried and luuud most otb 
|er "Stomach Bitter^" too bitter, unpalatable and 
highly medicated for their delicate taste 
Iplea-^e rive thesitfia trial, and you will not be| 
Iwithont them, fhey'will give tone to the stom 
oh, and strength tiS the whole system, t^ If 
lyour druggist or tradesman has not got thoss 
IBttters, have him send for them, 4^Remem- 
Iber the name, and take no other, 



33 Lake 

f&samy20-ly 



.citreet, Chicago," 

General Westi>ri. Agtfnt. 



IV KW l*OUT;bl 



SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

ASirTrie composition ot Ur. Mwaln's Bitters 
having been made p'lilic tnrougli the columns ol 
iMedical .lourn.ils, and havi;ig been acopled us a 
istandard remedy by the Medical irolexsion, are 
[by the decision of thn « Commissioner ol Tnternai 
Revenue, KX KM PT FltOftl STAMP DLTY. 

DR. C. II. HIVAIW. Proprietor 



South Clarir awd 89| 
Washiiigton-St,, 
Ko^cAcio, uLx,inrois| 

Manufiotui-.-rs and imponsrs of 

IsTRDfGS, VIOLINS, 

DRUMb, AlJCORDKONS, 

OrARINirTiS. GUITARS. 

Iift*«f>(t4 InKli'iiment», 

\m\ OTHEH SlUSICAli MERCHANDISE. 

4VlfB^'lug connection with Manniaotarind 
Sou 
Pari 

BAXD3and lN01VIDrAJ..S 
|ln tills line, at tho lowkst 
prices. 

WHOLF.tlALE A<*FJri'8 POR 

PIANO FO ITESI 

OF THK VOUA3W.'NO MAtrVVACTltByRS, 

frn.KIfARli dc CO., BalttBier*), 
BOARDMA:^ <V CIS at, Albany, 
A. IK. OAXS & CO., lV«t«r York, 
•Or.HA.KM A .•stStTIl, 

ALSO, ACfKBTS FOB 

Organs and Hariiioniums, 

rKALBKS IN 

iFiano Stopla, Spreads, &o.j 

Wehavothf- LAKUFSTand BEST ASSORT- 
ED blOCK of PI Af^OS IN TUECIIY, whlcli 
ifor l'ow..'r and bwpffrtc^.^ cf Tone, Ea-y and] 
Agreeable Touch, and Beauty of Finish, have, bj 
"nages, been pronounced uiirlrallftt. 

As to Ito mlalive werlt-f of onr PIANOS, 
would refer to the ('.•rrillcatf-s of Excellence, h) 

ur posre.'ision, iron. Thai bkro, Gotts'MIAi.k 

lT!:AK(lSCII, G. .SAl-f-K, II. VlKUXTKMI'H 

Loiis rfTAUlt aud ti. Miissiu, Musical Director Oi 
|the Italian Opera, »s nl.-^o from some of the n oat 
l»tiuguioliea ProlecrOrs cud Auiateur.s intlu 
uiitry. All Instrunvjntr' of our manufacture 
have tlie full iron Ircme, ;ind are ijuarant>eil Jor 
\Hve years. 
49- Particular attention paid to the selectioc 
f Instruments lor >ii.>tant orders, and a prlvUege| 
if exchnr.ge granted at any time within six 
lOnfhs, if the insimineutf. should uot [irovc en- 
[tirely satisfactory. A liitural iliscouni to Clergy. 
Imen, Teachers and .Schools. Terms lllieral, 
WH(JLE.SAI.,E UFaLKRS MilUind it to theii 
dvaiitage tn give us a call, as by greatly iiicrea» 
id facilities, v.e an- euabii.d to till all orders wi " 
llspatch. 

«»- Persons ia want ol a REALLY FIRST 
CLASS PIANO, vllldo -,«»llto call before pur 
ihasing elsewhere. 

RE.nEnKKRTUR PI.AOK, 
JULJliS 



EDWARD H. B 1 G G 8, 

No jai» J:^re:rflfcjv'fci Block, Third StreetH 

BaJHt Paul, Minnegota. 

SiVJtJwi i'uik ATiJ^riOiH OJf i-OilOxtASKUd Il> ixUsi liAHiai!;Si Ai^iii ilfcsi tHnjuiSGHibtl 
blOCK VȣSI OF CiilOA<iOi OONLiSTlNO Of 

L>]^C)<^» AJNX> 1ME13ICUN fciiiw, 

PiXlNTh, OlLtf, TUKPJiiNriNE, 

WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, 

COLORS, DRY AND LN OIL, 

PATENT MEDICINES. 

tBd Intact every anlcltibppei Uinlug to the AM W BluKAJIlcftB, and v.iil gaarautee s&tlsfktl 
tion, both Id QUALITY andPRICKS of GOODS. lanlO-lydlfcvf 

CUTTER, 8ECOMBE & 0O„ 

BAVR ESTABUSHKD A 

WHOLESALE PAPER WAftEHOUSlI 

In ttilsoitr. In oon&eetlon with their 

I^A.F»EI1 IM1L.L, IIV ST. AIVTMOT^lt , 

bad desire to oalltha attentloa of ba;er» to tUtU 

Iinmejaso Stock of 

-Kirfca, aOlK and cap rAPeli*, EA VELOPBS, book ABDNSW-i P«i7^T,FLAV ABf. 

iLL HINDS Oi WRAPPING PAPERS, PBINTEE8> AND WBITlrJia ISffS 

*ND FLUIDS, t ENS, PENCTLS, «ttJ„ «kc, 

Agents for 

^iPtKENLEAF & TAYLOR'S MANUFACTUBING COMPANY 
We wiU sell as low as Eastern Jobbers with Froigiit added | 

TttE fiDHJHiiltii' MARKET P^C& IISI CASH PaU> fOR 
PAPEH BAGS, aOPfij GUNNIES Sl OLD NihiVimtAi^KUM 



h WOli'.n KESPECTFULLl 
Mil the att<>Bnoii ot .>Ht old oHstosuers. a&d Ui« 
pnbllo generally o thn following advertleamoo. 
oomprislnjif some of the leading artloUa, whlob 
(with Inar eased fsc:iiu«^,) we offer to :l>a t^ade 
kO* bbls. ReotUiid .> hts&y 
!•• bbls. Old Uy e ..ud UoarboB \k tkU% y. 
lO bbls. Uolland Olu. 

bbls. Neutral t>{.<;rit8 
lO pipes and elgfths do. Cogutau Bmndy,^ 
•ft H pipes Cherr .• . v.adeira ana Port Vk Int. 

baskets Ckam. :;,{.:«, 
ft© oases Cl*r3v and Saot^'nie W !':.i 

M ohoioe bMcds Cigars. 
|SOO cases Cove t-- i^t-'it i, 

'oases Si and K oji-Jiao* 

JtObbls, Zaa^' Onmii;-:a. 
bogaiicads Br« tvn Saga*. 
buis, Hhiiutti .Siij^ar, 
jCOO paokage.a Molasses aud ayru|»*.j 
Itft bags Pepper at d Sploe, 
!•»• boxes aovoncieat do., assurted, 

MQ.D.CapH. 
ItOeO seeks .Halt. 
l»«l>01bs.Bar i.^ud, 
||<M> boxes Babbiit's aud Da Land's 
|t4M>0 kegs cf Ktils and Spltas. 

i%BO boxes assort ^d Wlcdcw <'jlas^,] 
j<ft oases Flasks, 
^SttO colls Manilla R^-kjxj 
!t90 doson Bed Coid». 
fvft pairs assorted Jiooit*. 
$»• bales Oakaa, 
'lO tarrals Pitch 
|l*00 packngos V agccQ'wi, 
|t*0 barre!c Ciirbi n Oli 

dozen raint< d Palls bad lato. 
|t90 barrnls Driec Fruits, aeeortea. 
(<ftO packages asserted Teas, 

sacks Rio Coffee, 
jt#0 barrels Qrou id Coffee. 

' saoks Old aov( rument Java CcSee. 

paoxagas, asi orted brands, Plug TclAcoo. 
(••O barrels Fine Jul .Smoking Tobio 
J4« kegs Gold Let)! r.^baoo. 
[tfte boxes Soap. 

' Doxes assort >d Candles, 

s A. M I:* ljh;, h'' 

Of tho above art oles onr friecds will always 
find u«r>ady ami witling lu 

'i!-"iW tllVJT, 

!Jr. C. ft H. C BURBANKft Co 

Comer of Lovir^r I.eveo and SiUey street, 
BfXI-tl St. Paul. Minnesota, 



JUST RECEIVED! 

|| BT EXFEE88, 

VHK M08T PBKFBOT AHS COMPACT 

XCepotiene X.ia ntem * 

Kv^r »>pn«fht to thlsisaiket. 

—A T- 

Crockery Importing Honse, 

ISO A lOl Tlilrd-St. 

to 



(bt0KilriȤ. 



F'amixjY q-rookry srroBK 

WE have just opened in M«Mn. Hoflteaa * 

aalford'8 old stand, on the oomer ot Seventh 
sniiOUve Streets, an entire New Stock of 

FAHULY CIlftOCKRias. 

Wc WiU keep on hand a ftill assortment of the 
[very best goods to be found. We solloit the 
e of the old firm and the public generally. 
Wo also keep on baud a fUll stock of Prodnoe, 
whioh we wUl sell at the lotoest market price. 

LINCKABBO. 



rso 6ax(i. 



\Wmm AND LIQUORS 

SUITABLB VOB 

MeilieiDal and Fanily [!§•• 



>LD BOURBON AND RYE WHI8KT, 
OLD QUEEN'S PORT WINE, 
OLD MADEIRA WINE, 
FINE OLD PAI^E SHEBBT. 
FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDT. " 
JHOICE (3LD HOLLAND GIN' 
JAMAICA AND ST. CROrX BUM. * 
CHAMPAGNE WINES, 
SPARKLING CATAWBA 

|a.Dd ail other Articles la ou line of baatneas 
jr. WAVSOS WBKS, «r., 

Sujoessorto WAIrTEB W. WMHB, 
nuf Sibley Blook. 



03«a, A. tt.HltlDm 

ioha 



Jo«. S. Whdk. 

WEIOE ft BRO. 



IC c 



WHur.EaALB DBAIABg IK 



Hta.pie and f^ancy 

l^roceries, Segars and TobaeeoB. 
No. 187 Third Street, 

IS&UtT VAVh ... MINNSBOTA 



1 M:KKR8CBLA.I7»C pipks 

Gl _ MEERSCHAUM CIOAK HOU>£BS. 
IBVUXHTB 

SWKKT .BRLA.R PIPK8. 

If you want anythlnff 

\>0 lO 

A., PA.AJEt*8, 



Ptoelbmnmn 



186 S. 



186SJ 



IL86S. 
"WlntftM* .!lLrjrci\jgf©»a.ai5t, 

|V|?NNfi30TA STAGE OOMPAN^.i 
PAS8BMUEU LINX. 



OTHITarBV 
R K ^ Ij 



ATVl, 



K 8 7 

—AMD— 

iGFeneral Comminslon A.centa. 
Oaca: Third Street, Bridge Blook. 



MU-ti 



Offioo No.asO I'iiii'cl-Bt.. 8t, Pam, JVLua. 



TitQ roads are vail stooked with tirst clkssl 
inorfes.ConoordCoiches.'wlth cvrefol nsdrxptvj 

toed driverii , all inder the sonVril of oompt 
itent ageutf . 

EDtn.BbP nXTAKTHRns mCMHATTTTrAUli*. 

For Hastings, R:d Wing, Lake City, BeedV| 
iWatashaw, Minneiska, Winona, and La Cross' 
iitOio'elook A, M. 

For Stillwater— Call J, at 8 a. m, 

For Shakopee, .ioidan, St. i>uwrene», Belltl 
jnain, Henderson, be Suf ur, Ottawa, Trsver.^e cU 
jsftous, Si. Petar aa I Mauka-'o— DaUy at 4 o'oloct| 
!4.M. 

For Rosamonat, ' ;astle -■■} 



Itbas, t. whitwet, 

Iilotary PubUo. 

lave )» 



ibaac a. bavkzb, 
Snrveypr A BaciBMr 




f AIBBANK' 
STAHDAKD 

SOAL.E8 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

^nd IMiiriifiesota HAspital, 




-iTihUidd, Cat 
toon City, Faribault, Sltv;..??.. 3ili:i.- ^ FflisaiK 
'^watonua, oonneet' n" at t;" st'.itit.^; v ; Wlltor 
St. Marv's,Wr.--_.*go .'.e.'iai, aii'< .utiufUitot 

. i^.^"^!i i ik« . CiT>'i'i.ior.'. XVaaioja, ?.;.ui' 

itorvUlf.Booi' isxer,(.;tJKLeiu.£:t>4 WtoOM— D»1K 
it 4 A.U. 
For "^^ austriaa '. . AnoK.-, Orono, {.liando 1; 
.'': • ..::o, near\rti!m', St. ingtista aart SI, 
.fjicud— oJ'-.i't 7 .,w. ii 

- For 3!vnk liaplds,!'^'^'. Pj.i'.';». rortltifdey:'-?!! t: 
U*ow Wing— Ti'ai!: r-^ Vii's<1 mjMi«y.-t ned'iVlh 
la;-^ a; 7 'j'cU-d^ .\, M 



ESTABLISHED 18.50. FOR THE TliRATAfJ:;^:'' ^> 

DISEASES OP THE URl\'AnY AND HKXnAL SYSTFAfS, AND IS 
CORPORATED J! V THK LBOISLATURE /\ 1861. OFFICE 7A' COX- 
CERT HALL BLOCK— near the l\>st Offin: 

1)11. WILLIAMS, the Consulting Surgeon of the abov.^ lu'titutloti, hai 
just published a Manual of Sexual Diseases, a larg'^ l.octc of .1.50 pagi-s. aud ove 
100 cngiavtng-i. It is the onlv book I'vor puiilish-d which fMVP<; a trutJifnl de 
scription of hpermatorrhea. Venereal Diseases, Female Compbints, audnll dis-* 
ease--- nl the urinary and reprodultive organs of men and woni.'n ofwlr-tev 

ture, including the .solitary hab ts of both sexes, and their deplorable ci>nse-f-j ;.,.) Little Caaa. », Oolambus, Satirise taty- jai «00 l.adie«' Watches 

quenc" on the mind and body, impotence, lo_ss of powi-r, and the secret intirmi-^Uotiiittya, Wodueec.ays upd iiiii;., at ;■ ^"clo... H lixi Mlver Wntciitw 

' " - . - . . . ,, f(x> Gold ni-ck and Vest Ch« 



l.>, Maa flays a.. 



ties of vcutti and manhood, the physiology of maritage, «e., with new and sue 
cessfui' methods of treatment for all the above cases. Alailed in a plain KealedE 
Iwrapp'T for one dollar. ^ 

I Aj- Descriptive Circulars containing valuable Information to th» afflicted who vi-i>h to avoid 
Iqnackery, mailed in a sealed envelop on receipt of 10 cents. Also a pamphlet for ladi-s. price ,1 cents. 5 
'All communications confldential, and w-IIl reach tha consulting surgeon by addressing ■. 

Tllfi WAJLKWIC <.M»'iffTl,"rE. Satn! Cji!!. .^linneept.i, 

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Grx*ovex- Jic Ba-lcer'ia 

iSEWING MACHINES 

Are again pronounced the best 

1A.XTIIE ST-A-XK FAIRS 

Held In 

|rowA, aiicniuAN,wiscoNsiN, Missouri 

They have been awarded 
Thio First rrenniiim 

iFor BEST WORK, BEST MACHINES, and 
BEST DISPLAY OF MACHINES. 

A. IVevr A-gency 

|yor the s;tatc of Miunecota l.as been recently cs 
tabUshed in St. Paul, 

INo. S'AS Xlilrti iStreet, 

la BaUey tr. Primrose's Block, 
W^htre can always be found a" large stock of 
MACHINES, THREAD, SILK, TWIST, OIL, 
SRKDLES, to., for sale In quautltios to suit 
purcliasers. All citiiens are invited to call and 
:<xamine our stock before purchasing elsewhere 

AGENTS WANTED la every City, Town and 
Yillage iu the State. 

S. £. 6EK. 

ooM-lv Uen'l Agent for MInuesoU. 



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GREENBACKS ARE GOOD," 

BUT ROIIACK'S AllE BET lEIl. 




STOMACH BITTERS 

Ten thousand boHle' 
sold in one month. Thf 
most popular Stomach 
Bitters iu use. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS 



For further partlaalari inqnlreat tho ivciierHJ^ iO<K' I'^hatelain and Guard chains 



Iffiiio on Thit d ijti.-et. 
J 
ki.2l-diy 



BiniPAKK & VO. 
Proprietor!-. 



po 



8 



or ALL 

Also, warebon8eTrmoks,ii«tMI 
Preases, fto.,Ao. 

FAI OBAM AS .UUEENLEAF & CO. , 
17^ LaVe Street, Chloairc. For saleta St.Ptai. 
ly J 0. « U. C. Barbank fcOo. 
he eaieS'.il to CUV nntr the f«abfnit. el* 



t^ 



oriBTe I>eiiierit; A Oo*. 



■IIIK lOi.I.OWIXO SPLENDID LIST OP 

Watches, Chains, Gold Pens and Pen- 
cils, &c., worth $500,000, 

f'ro be sold ui ONK DOLLAR each, withont re 



l>or Richmsnd fl^ti^ CMf-'. * »<»xu»;irj« ^«»'"'* ^o value, and not to be paid until yon know 
tJhippr v.raji'obiuiu' de ierr j i>Hnrl^.d;Ui,bC)- ia«""»t you win receive. 



^ loti fjold Hunting Case Watches 
r }iiOti(>id Watches.. 



B T B F. <? A B B 



J| OnrOmnlbaesoa wUirtintoa.'i.i irora t'loi^jri; 
laFalHofTlsacd EontB In oonnostlon with i>-' 
■rains of the 

ST. PAUL ANO PACIFIC RAILROAD. 

Vat-sengTS and iiaggagewi!! bo oailed for li 
«i.-v/f<r to orders ! ?fi at, the Aiac;-lcin,Intnrn« 
Jon.".l and Merohn: ts.or at our o!nc«>. 

]y3 J.C. BLUBANKACO. 



Via Hotiiester. 



To La Oosse 

J. C>. I3uvl>a.uli; &, Oo. 

Have stooked the Rotid Irom St. Paul to Rochet- 
ter Cninnlrg via Inver Grove, Empire City, Can 
non Falls, Hader, Zumbrotn, Pine Inland and Oro- 
noco}, with Good Horses and first-class Concord 
caches, and run as follows, viz : 

Leave St. Paul at 4 o'clock A, m. 

Arrive at Rochester same evening at 7 o'clock 

Leave Rochester at 4 o'clock, a.m. 

Arrive at St. Paul same evening at 7 o'elook. 

Passengers going East by this line, leave Saint 
Paul at 4 o'clock A. M.; arrive at Rochester at 
o'clock P. M.; leave Rocheftcrat 7 o'clock a. » 
(next day) and arrive «.t Winona in feasoufot 
Boat to La Crosse samo day. 

Ootober 81, 18«4. oo2S-tf 



CIIftCCI.AJIll 
Printed to order promi 
« PBSSS" JOB PBINT'iira 



ptiv atth* 
NT 



OrFIUKS.- 



\ .175 Broad-jvay, New Yor> . 
(34 South Water-St., Chicago. 



C. A, COOK, General Agent for the West, Offloe, 
96 Market Street, Chicago 



SOLD IN ST. PALL Blf 



Je-iVlyW 



E. 

t son 



U. HICieS, DRlTOdlST. 



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Li tk 



L to., 



09 S. Clark St 82 Washlngton-St, 

«*-:ieiid r.ir:> CI:, ii'ar. '.• 't-IethXiBHt 






(ireatf^t Irdial Circular 

Evfr PsMi^lietl! 
I B^Fifteen-ea large 
letter pages for two 
3 root stamps. 




SALT^S STA.BIL.E. 

The subscriber proposes to keep a SALES 
^TaULE at the stand reccnli> ccfu|.iedby G*.o. 
Grubor(the Farmer's Home,) 

ON FOHRTH ST., NEAR ST. ANTHOKT ST., 

fORTHE 

and Sttle 



Pw roll as© 



of Horeesi. 



I'artiesde liing to purohiise, cell x,r exchange 
Horses aru roapeclfuU) reijuested 10 call at the 
Bales Stable. 

f.>l.-.Mam* S. KAIIN. 



HiyrEL. 



HAXOlteOOH OF nUMCAI. UEMM] 
—The Home Melodist contains nearlv Onef 
Hundred Favorite Songs. It is exceedinglyl 
convenient in size, and neat and attractive inl 
style. This unique volume, bound lu cloth, aDdl 
eomprlslngcholce pieces, which in another form] 
coits twice ai* many dollar.'^, will be sent, postage] 
free, an receipt of 35 cts., by 

OLIVER DITSON ft CO., 
Publishers, Boston. 

BAUL-aSASS— Rulod and Printed ln>th« 
best etyle.iat the "PRESS" Job Prlntla»l 



%'otingr jn*>iii'i> .'n«'«iicttl Advi»*>v, 

Gratuitous advice given lu dkeascs ol thai tier 

rous, semlual. urhiHry and texual organs, M the 

reports ot the W<-oiern Meoi -.al nssotlitton, 

which are cent i>y niu'l in sealed envelopes, ^nve 

)f charge. The organlzition was farmed to di"- 

fpenre now and ri-.labio treatm>ut, aQdlsc-jm< 

ipo.-ied of the well known phyriclaiis, lu whom all 

[letters must beiiddrf-ssed. 

l)!i-<. jACKaON, HKRBH.RT ft CO., 
febll-eodr>m Hnx 4.'Ui.(;inc!nn8ti IL 



10 COUXTI' ArkMTORH. 

[Ofllcial Cortu of Xax CwiUflctat**, 

The Frebs Printing Co. aro now prepared tc 
imish Certiftoates of Saleof }Forfeited Lands, 
for the Auditors' sale in January next. 



P<RENCH'S 
On tho tiurc>pean Plan, 

Oppjoite the City Hall Park, Cor. or Fhawk- 

KOr.r STBKiCT, Nkw Vuex. 
sr.aclous Uel'eotory, Bath Room.-, ana BuiLet 
Shop, iied-Rooms warmed gratis, ondonlvcii* 
bed in a room. Do not bel eve ruuuers or haol- 
men who say we are full. Sorvaiits ai->" >>«>t \ I 
lowed to reotdve perquisites. apl9-ly 



Saint Paul Marble Works. 



Cor. 



or Tliird & JCxchansto 8ts.. 

(Near the old American House.) 



All kinds of MARBLE WORK done to order. 
Particular attention given to CONTRACTS 
for large MON UMENTS, or any kind of FANCY 
or PLAIN MONUMENTAL WORK. 
ALL WORK WARRANTED. 
Now ts the time to leave your Spring orr 
ders. 

O. J. AXJ9RKCH, 

fsbas-ly Agent tor the Oonpaay. 



Good for all derango-^^ 
nie:it of the ssiomach,! 
Biliousness, Liver Comr 
pbiut. and General Del 

biUty, 

ROBACK'S BITTEESJ 

They possess wonder-| 
ful tonic properties, giv I 
'iij; tone to th- appetitij 
and digestive organs, 

ROBACK'S BITTERSJ 

Dcbilltate-i r,.%die8. anu| 

-sedentary ix-isons wiill 

'^liiid in thcma.t excellent| 

4/^tonlc. 

Rl)BA(nC'S HITTEFvS. 

A wineglastful before each inotil wid remov' 

indigestioii and all liver disent-.s. 

ROBAfJK'S BITTERS. 

They are betterthan all Pills, Powoers, and other! 

naufiODUs, disagreeable coinpouudf, 

ROBACK'S BITTKKS. 
They can b« taiceo wltlmut regard to -j.-^t. Ae ai>i 

spiii'tii.'r thi:/ l.ave no im;!'!;:. 

ROBACK'S HITTEF^S 

They are pi." pared by an olj ami ."'diliul j-hysi-i 

cianfioiii v.\il kii'iwti '",■:'■ '.V r-ii'iediu.-. T 

ROB ACID'S L rl 1 Ellli. I 

Wherever iaiowa Ihry ]iav«1>cooiM>'u standard t 

1-iUiil'.' 'tr.-; ('l!.'.'.:; 'I' re.'!--.i;. f 

KOBAf.'K « !UTrK«S. S 

Try »od \ouoa.j boUle, v ill al.v.vys e-e them and- 

IC .•oTui.i'i.d t'ie.ii to rjihn. . t- 

RdBACKtl Ulf'ri.HvS. ! 

li. V\'. Ui'UACK,. t.:oi.ii>>uuJ'r fv^t 8U>ii-.achV 

Eit ,ts l'.l.>-d'l'u:f(»rr,:ti,.n»,V:<%.', p.l!,, r.td I'iS-' 
tiller and iljuvlkclercrHf Catruvta an ' ■>'.«e,.ikh''. 
liraiiduv, i.n<l 4'1 kiiii!- „: li..- ;.i..'--: dei;.. . lic . 
liquor*, which sr« sijld whol-'.^'sle or in any de« 
sired (joaatiTv; ut Au;'. 5'', 6h, lio and r,:; i-.'ait . 
Th!rd-<^T., fiUthmutl, t'Hro. Fflr sule by Drug-V 
giusanip alv/»ln Medicine evej-ywhore. 

inch?2.iy 



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;?:f-A«K> aitRVVKRY. 



Bi:EWEUs on 



V »s i:t iTi IP a. 1 e >:V I e. 

LiA-Ci liiR BKKR, 
[PORTER AN!> BROWN STOU'J 
F(. R BALK BV 



iiihi:* ly 



AOKNr.Sr. PAtJi.. 



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V. 



Li L. 



CHiLfcilR.'.lED 

MOXJI ^f liii t*| .0 \% ft, 

for Ka.'t ! V 
MVA>>1I \<e!-t' t.'.r ^l V'siti. 



DOCTOIL BIGEIsOW. 

• Offlo* 179 Soath Clark Stnet, -# 

Corner of tfonne, ctTXCAt^O, XJt.X.» 
Poet 3ffloe Box, IM. 



All Chronic and 8 ezn- 
al Diseases of a Pri vate 
and Delicate Na ure, 
.treated with nnpiral- 
leled success. Dr. 1 lige- 
low's Oulde to Ileiltb, 
for ladiea and geatle- 
msD, is published 
monthly. Send foi it if 
yon think the wri ings 
of a physician whose 
reputation extends 
thitinghout the eitire 



West ahoald be worth 
reading. It is sent In 
plain sealed envelopes, 
ft-ee of charge. Almost 
every case can be treat- 
ed by mail. Medicines 
sent to any address. 
Ladies, send for descrip- 
tive Circular of Pfssarit 
Remede, the latest and 
Ijest preventative of 
conception known. 



Rooms Separata for Ladies and Gentlemen. 

OOHBULTATIDH AT OVFIOa. FBBB. | 

Orrica Houai :— Trom 9 a. x. to 8 r. m. ^ 

BparmatorrhcBa or Nervous Debility, a cnra 
warranted. 



esuih f 100.00 
«o.oa 

35.00 
. V» eO to $26J» 
Chains. 12.00 to 15.00 
6.00 to 
4.00 to 
400 to 
3.00 to 
."i 00 to 
3.00 to 
3.00 to 
6.00 to 
2 50 to 
2 60 to 
2.00 to 
4.00 to 
2.00 to 
4.00 to 
2.00 to 
2.00 to 
2.00 to 
2.00 to 



15 00 

njoo 

8.00 
8.00 
8.00 
&00 
SM 
10 00 
8.00 
AOO 
8.00 

«.ee 
7.00 

9J00 

«.oo 
6.00 

6J» 
«.00 



lOuoVe»iat4d Neck Cliains... 
toon Solitaire Jet & Gold brooch's 
KKHi coral. Lava, Garnet, " 
?tio(niold,.J"t <)pal,&c,Ear Drops 
KNiu Gents' Brea»t & Scarf Pins. 

HiOO Oval Band Bracelets 

WOO chased Brsceiets 

I600 Cal. I'iaiiioud Tins ft Rings. 

iOOt! t-ioW V\ iilch Keys 

St 00 Solitiiire .Si. But'. & Studs. . . . 

JOOO Gold 1 tiimh'es 

3000 Aiiniature lx>ckets 

.tooo Miniature Lockets, magic... 
2&C0 Gold r^otbpickb.Crosses.fto 

lOUO Fob and RiObon Slides 

WOO Chased Gold Rings 

lOOOBtoiic Set Rings 

4600 Sets Ladies Jewelry, Jet and 

Gold 6.00 to 

ttOO Sets Ladles Jewelry, varied 

stylos 

4000 Gold I'ens, Silver Case and 

Pencil 

tOOO l'cn><. Gold Case ft Pencil. . . 

4000 (iold I'ens, Gold mounted 

Holder 

All th" goods in the above list will be sold, 
citUfcut r«servatlMi, FOR ONB DOLLAS 
EACH. CertiUoatcs of all the various artiolea 
|re ji'aced in Himilar envelopes and sealed. nMO 
aivi ijpes will be sent by mail, or delivered 
It <Mir office, wltboat regard to eholae. Ob re 
*-i\iug a lertihuite vou wUlsee what artiote It 
(t>pr>'>:>uts, and it is optional with yon to send 
due dollar uud reoelve the article nameJ, or any 
jvlser iu the lijt of the same value. 

in ail trausaotioLs by mall, we ^wrge for for- 
aardtug the certificates, paying postage and do- 
itig the busine^-H. ui cenih each (fve certtSoatee 
frill b.' sent for ii ; eleven for f2; thirty for 96; 
iixty-ilve for $10 ; and one hundred for 9I6, 

W<! guarantee entire satisfaction in every in- 
taiice. 

AGKNT.4 Special terms to agents. Address 
GlbOKGE DEMiiJUT ft CO.. 

feb21-2md&w 303 Broadway. N. T. 



3.00 to 

4.00 to 
6.00 to 



16.00 

itjOO 

8.00 
10.00 



ijOO to (.OO 



TO f.a.m:il.ie>^. 

^^ e are now prepared to furnish you With al- 
ato°t everything 'you require In the Grocery 

Uae, .'iuch as 



oPefg, 

Teas, 

Su«ar.-, 
Spice J, 
Caaaed Fruits, 

lysier-, 
Tur.' Honr-y, 

u.'irhoufc ."'jrup 
Golden hyrop'. 



Flour. 
Cora Meal, 

r.ucKwii«i.c Floor, 
Hominy, 
Cioer vinegar, - 
Carbon OlH 
Cucumber Pickles, 
Dried Apples, 
Green do 



I'lustoes, Turnips, Ouiooi, ftc, fto. 
Goods delivered tree of charge. Remember 
th- place. Opposite the Big Clock, on Jack«<a 
SI!' . t, wiiere Wimbisi kept. 

Fa. ini r' are iuvitej to ca.l before selling their 
produce. 

DUGAN, RUNNETTEA CO. 
St. Paul , March 17, 1866. mH-ly 



[€ARRIA<;K8 & LIGHT WAGONS. 



L. 



HKACH dc CO 

Manufacturers 



il7 lyd;-v. 



of superior 

EagTe street, near Upper L-Jvee, 
HIGEEST MARKET PRICE PATE FOR 

LajTcl, Xallo'vr and 6i*ea«e| 

B.LBAOH. iJani-lydftwi a, w. psabbov. 



I Vy ESTCHE sTEK HOU SK 

[Comer Sroonae-St.and Bo-wreav.; 
NEW YORK. 
itheKnropeanp&s. Accommodatlensfortwt 
hi ndred guests. 

t«tl-ly J F. OABBOW, Proprietor, 



We hive tor saleagood aasortmeat of l 

U G a I E S ; 

Open, Top aid Side Spring, 

iE:x:T»r6E8s tvaqons, 

IaIso, light one hor-e LUMBER WAGONS, with 
half springs. 
Terms lotr, for cash ontfi. We ar« con- 
rstaiitly manufacturing FIBST-CLASS WOKK; 
[here every (kctllty; nse the best of BMtastt 
[stork ; and respectfully ask a share of pBtroaage. 

IN. ^.— RF.PAIBINO IN ALL ITS BBANCHKS 
attended to premptly,at reaaoBBbte rates. 
49*Factory on Bobert street, St. BmL MIbb. 
apl2-dtai QUIMBY * HAIXOWXLL.. 




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XWC fcSAlMT FAUii i^BJBBg SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 1B65. 



"^ thFassassimatioh. 

TliP sad News in the City. 



REBEL PRISONS. 



at Audcr&ouvUlr. 



i«i 



We have frequently bid occasion dur 
ing the progn^ss of tbc war, to note tb 
feelings and conduct of tbe people upc 
tbe receipt of jr-yous intelligence of victo 
ties. Willi ligbt heart we have approacb 
edthe task and cbeeiiU 'completed it. 

But to-day, it is a sad work and u> 
woTdi can describe the pall wbicb fell up 
on our citizens wbcn our extra, yesterdi: 
forenoon, announced tbe terrible tiding 
tbat President Linco?:. and Secretin 
Seward bad been assassinated. The fir* 
dispatch announced that the Presiden 
was in a dying condition, and people 
hnped against hope that it might not h, 
as bad as reported. Several hours elapse, 
before the fatal words. "Abraham Lincol. 
died this morning at twenty minutes pas 
seven o'clock." were dashed over tb 
wires, and then, strong men «,ept. 

It was a stunning blow, h sliock *bic' 
* cannot be described. -« »b the terribk 
news." was the cry which passed fron 
mouth to mouth. Men Lad no hc-vrt fo 
businf:*» , the damnable assassination w*.- 
tbe only sunject tbDught or talked o' 
Vengeance was invoked upon tt e leader 
of the icbelliou who are respun^ible fo 
the act. and hearts wbicb but a lew hour 
before were overflowing with f jrgivenes 
were changed to adamant Flags wen 
displayed at half mast, and stores wert 
liruped in mourning. The large (lag ii 
front cl Gen. Sibley's headquarters wa- 
trimmed with crape, and many oulwar. 
sign's of mourning and re.tpect were visi 
be Probably through an o\e»ght o' 
the Mayor's, the bells were not tolled, a; 
act which it would be eminently proper ti 
have performed to-day. But deeper thai 
all was theheart-felt grief which pervadec 
every breast, and was vu.ible in ever 
couutenanw. -Men walkcJ the streetr 
with bowed heads as if in deep medita 
tion. It was a sober day an<l tbe sadnes.- 
was so oppressive a.< to be almost felt, ii 

tbe air. 

We have spoken of tbe grief as univ-ir 
sal. but our cheeks tingle with shame ti 
record that tbcTc were a (ow- and wt 
hope eery lew- -wb» have sunk so low ii 
the scale of buuianiiy a.i to rejon c ovei 
the fearful calamity. 

Mr. Philip de Roehburne. a cbaractei 
who needs no introduction to our citizens 
expressed his gladness in terms too filth} 
tor print. His being a cripple alon» 
saved him from a severe castigation. A.' 
it was, an excited erowd gathered aboui 
him and he was compelled to take refugt 
.n Mason's Hat Store to save himself Iron 
violence. Here hi3 again commenced t( 
give vent to his feelings when a customei 
compelled him to stop and the proprietoi 
warned bim tbat be wjuld be turned up 
on tbe street again unless he maintainet 
silence. Later in tbe day a soldier com 
pelled De Uocbburne to eat bis words ol 
the morning. 

Peter Habn, a porter who was emploj- 
ed at Mr. Marvin's crockery store, ex 
pressed bis delight. Mr. Marvin sum 
marily discharged tiim and ejected bia 
from bis store. 

Mr. W. J. Croswell, a young mar 
from the East , who came to tbe State foi 
his health, sai 1 be was glad of it and be 
hoped Andy Johnson would be shot too 
It IS urged in Mr> Croswell's favor tba- 
be ia a mere boy and ibat bis expretsioi 
was iboiigbtless. We believe, however 
it is not denied but tba*^ be has re ache i 
>earfl wbicb usually bring discretion am 
"tbe more's tbe pity*^ if the rule fails ii 
bis case. The climate wbieb most prof . 
agates consumption is the one he aboub 
seek rather than that of Minnesota. 

We have mentioned tbe.te persons on 
Ly, because we beard of no other au- 
thenticated instances where similar out 
rages were comicitted. It is natura 
that a resentful feeling of violence shouh 
arise upon su< h an occasion wbicb al 
concerned would afterwards regret, an( 
that deeply. If there i« any virtue lef< 
in poblic scorn and contempt, those wb« 
rejoiced yesterday will be more etfectu 
ally reached by that than they would bt 
by force.and to that scorn and eontempi 
we leave them 

Some of the churches were being draped 
m mourning last evening, and we un- 
derstand tbat some ot tbe businest 
blocks will be draped fo-day. Whei 
Gen. Harrison, and also wbcn Genera 
Taylor died, boosea were trioimed witl 
crape, and mourning was quite gener 
ally worn for thirty diys — tbe ladie.' 
wearing it upon their bciuiets and gen 
tiemen upon their coats. Tiiis event 
wbicb plunges tbe nation into greate) 
grief than those sad occurrences could 
because the circumstances are so differ 
ent. will probably call forth similar em 
blems. 

We can no better express the popu 
lar feeling than by quoting the word!' 
of a celebrated poet, which, changed 
only in a word, are singularly appro 
pnate: 

What ! soared tbe old eagle to die at the sun I 
Lies he stiff with spread wings at the goal ht 

had won ! 
Are these spiriu more blest than the "Planei 

of Even," 
Who mount to their zenith, then melt into 

Heaven — 
No waning of fire, no quenching of ray, 
But rising, still rising, when passing away ? 
Farewell, t^Uant eagle' thon'st buried in 

light I 
Ood-speed into Ueaven.lost star of our night ! 



Tbe arrow to earth, and the foam to the shore- 
Death finds them when swiftness and sparkle 

are o'er — 
But now Lincoln's death fills the climax of 

story — 
Ue went with bis old stride — from t;iory to 

glory! I 

Follow now, as yo list ! The first mourner 

to day 
Is the nation — whose father is taken away 
Wife, children and neighbor may moan at his 

kneil— 
He was "lover and iriend" to hia country, a* 

well ! 
For the stars on oar banner, grown suddenly 

dim, 
Let us w?ep in our darkness — but weep not 

for him I 
Not for him— who departing, leaves miillion: 

in tears! 



Not for hini--who ascended Fame's ladder soSj The Amkrica-N ContinknT.—A new^ 
jiigl,^ ^Topographical and Railroad map of the Uni- 

From the round at the top he ha.s stcpp'd touted States, British Possessions. }^^°' '^^^'Joeath of ITIinnesota Soldiers' 
the sky • aindies and Central America. Drawn by Col.— 

«•» ^Pvosa, from the recent government snneys. 

jliOj Postponed*— Several weeks^fhis beautiful m.np is mounted, well vamish- 
ico tbe Pioneer HoDk and Ladder Corn-led. printed on .lu*, highly calendered map 
igo, lilt ^ lu.i r .^.'anaDcr andfineshed in the best style; and 

,any. fixed upon to-morrow evcn.n.c {or|r3Pen «" '^^^ ^^^^^^^ .^ ^^^^^.^^ ^^ ^^ ^^^^ 

I ball to aid tbcm in lilting up their bnuse.a^^p„j,,ij,j,(.,, ^ .^ .lestined to supercede 

in view of the terrible calamity •which baeSjj ^^jjip^^ Those emigrating to Colorado, 

fallen tnc country, a special mcetinpj^uaho. iind the new Territories, will find it 

was btld last cvi'nini: anci^indispcnsable. Ihc public and the pres.s 

unite in pronouminp it a supcn-.r work of 



>f the company 

he followinn resolution.'* adopted .....,, 

"r Th..t ,n vi.w of tbc Wat.. nd. •.«.§••«. Tl,.> map -s soul by Mr. ^ J. Howes, 



/'f»i>i 



As he 



,rcccdeni«l calamity "that lias belallen thejit,.r the . small bum of two dollarb 

lation, in the brutal luuracr ot lUc i're.-,idciitg^^.iu r,.,uain in the place but a short time, and 



,f the United .states, .Xbrahani Lincoln. and| 

jf the lion. Will. II. .sewanl, .Sccreiary of* 

'late, Wc the inetn!>ers of the Vionecr IL &| 

:i. Co.,.leeniinj;tliisa time oi inouniuig in-! 

.te^d of festivity, hereby jxistpone the intend- 1 

."d ball until luithcr notice. ! 

He*olved, That a i-oniiuittcc of three be ap-( 

Kiintcd bv the Foreman with full power toj 

ake such'action as may seem proper to llieui| 

n observance of any funeral eereinouios thaiB 

nay be ordered or reeonimended. and thatl 

he Hag be kept at half in.a.st until further or-| 

lers from the said committee 

is commendable in tluj 
we predict tli.a* thej 
ompany will not be losers by their action. 



he can only call uiion a few of the citizens of 
St. Pmii.llioso who desire to examine this 
m:ip, can address him through the Post Of- 
fice 



2t 



KuU List of Names, 
Death, &c. 



Date ofl 



This action 
lighest degree, and 



i* S;lby*s PuneraU- -A largel 

;oneour>e assembled at tbe Firsll 
t^res'oyterian church yesterday after-] 
lOon on the occasion of tbc furneral of 
be late .T. W. Si I by Kfq. The service.'! 
«ert conducted by Kev. Mr. Mattocks.| 
vho. after reading the s^crlpturcs review 
•d the life of the deceased. At the dost] 
d the service while the spectat/irs wen I 
lassing in front of the collin. Mr. Mat 
oeks read tbt- dispatches annou icir>{^ th< 
ieath of President Lincoln an.l SecrtarJ 
Seward and the mournfubolemnity of tht| 
)Ccasion was painfully increased. 

Lost — A ccuntryinan from over tbf 
iver lost his pocket book between tb 
iridge and Daytow's blull' yesterday. Ji 
■ontained a hundred dollars in green 
>acks. The loser is a poor man and th< 
indcr sb uld return tbe money to tb» 
Jhief of Police. 

Counterfeit Scrip.— Several resl 
lents of Minneapolis were arrested a daj 
)r two since, charged with passing coun- 
erfelt postage currency o f tbe denomina- 
ion of fifty cents. All were discharger 
except Henry Van N'alkenbnrg. H 
^ave bonds to appear tor examination be- 
fore Commi •I'ioncr Cardozo to morrow 



U. S. 7-.^t)'s.— This investment is still 

Itlio rage. >'atcs al the First >fational Bank 

lior three days of this week, $65,000, Th 

ircsent loan is tnken up, but the Bank lias] 

them fur f&W, aiui also S.iO,000 gold-bearing^ 

|)-Q0'*. 

Thk First National Bank of SatntI 

l.^ulfurnlshpa through tickets from Lirerpool| 

•.nd Qae?nslown to St. Paul, by Packet, Ship anc 

l'ii<>jnipr, at lowest ralos. Al30 Dralts on F.ng-j 

laud, Ireland, lifrmany, SwitzprUnd,Swed«nand| 

Ivorwav, t!!d all olher Kuroptan States. 

m I'r •.» Imo M»roh 28, 186.'5. 

— m*m ' ■ 

Tickets fob the E.ist. — The ticket] 
I'jfflce connected with the La Crosse line ol 
ueamers is now open and through tickets cai 
Vyc procured to all points in the East. OfBi 
l^n the levee al the foot of Jackson Street. 

cpi-tf. • I'HAS. THOMPSON, Agent. 



lOCAJJ aUTKOflS. 



NoTK'R. — Being about to make a] 

;harge in m}' businiM?, I propose to sell out m) 
vholi", complete* an.l well s,?leoted stock of TO' 
>ac«?3, consisting of 
150 bl>! ;. Spanish lli\<>d and eth€>r Smoking. 
'JOU btls. Sterna. 
5<i Boxes Plug Tobacco, iucluitlng the tinp!<t| 

.Natural I.fjf In market. 
2j Ki-gH Scntr. 
2j bbls Fiuf Cut Chewing. 

Ul of which Is offpred at manufacturuis prices— { 
rpight thrown in — my object being to confine m} 
.vholc Hitention to the mauulacture and sale ol 

egar.-<, of whicli I lure a largn supply on hand,] 
vhich ."•' olJiTtil to thetradt' at low prices. 

O. GEKiTINO, 

MpI4 •l:ui Cor. 6t|i and Jackson 8t. 



Camp Fisk, PakolkCami- neab } 
Vicksbnrg, Miss, April 5th, 180.5. S 
Editors .St. Paul Prui-s. 

I take tbe liberty to send you a list o 
all the Minnesota troops who died al An 
Icrsonville. (ia. ; i>lsi» those that are liv 
ing who are lyre iu parole '^mp, up 
the present time : 

P Walricb, 3,807, company C, Ist Minn ;' 
died July \A. 

J Uoolng, .5,.'i88, company U, 1st Minn ; Au-' 
gust 14. 

L Bondcn, 9,408. company .\. Ut Minn;| 
September 'Jl. 

Ashley Wood, 9»ij, company B, 2dMlnn;| 
May 10, 
J R Bertrand, 3,424, company I, t!d Minn ;] 
uly 16. 

Corporal J Orcutt, S,384, company C, 2d] 
Miun; September 10 
J Myers, 5,460, company I, SdMtnn; Au 
ust v.'.. 

Samuel Kerick, 1,211, company O, 4th 
Minn-. May 19. 

O Gcer, 3,287, company F, 9th Minn ; Ju 
y 14. 
J Clabaugb, 3,575, company D, 9th Minn 
uly 18. 

Adam Cul«r, 4,011, company O, 9th Minn; 
uly 2G. 

S Conklin, 4,111, company 1,9th Minn; 
nly 27. 

A Holts, 4,17C, company F, 9th Minn; Ju- 
[ly '28. 

G Becker, 4,'.J24, company K, 9th Minn 
July 29. 

J G Roberts. 4.277, company 1-:, 9th Mlnn.P 
[July 30. 

A E Wheeler. 4.49S, company C, 9Ui Minn ;] 
[August 1. 

James Woodbury. 4,.'>sS, company C, 9th] 
Minn; August 2. 
C Packett, 4,813, company K, 9ih Minn 



Sergeant, Alonzo Aver>-, Company C, 9th 
iMinnesota. 

Privatofc, Ed Rice, Company C, ; Jno 8um- 
[mers, Company D, ; L Mathews, J W Jenkins, 
,D Card. Thosins Kdgiton, Company F, 9th 
Minnesota. 

Corporal, II K Lee, Company E. 9th Mln- 

esota. W^ 

In Hospital— Privntcs. John Bums. Henry 
Howard. John Cniig, company F ; M Sherer, 
JGeorgc Cnmcv, company I. 9th Minnesota. 

In Hospital — Sergeants, G L Wheelock, 
haiuberlain, company K, 9th Minnesota. 

Corporals, P Marry, O Barker, company 
K, 9th Minnesota. 

rrivatcs, \ Spitfiinesscr. P Ilodicr, George] 
From. J O Jenkins, A Hilton, company K, 9tl 
Minnesota. 

.'Sergeant, A Mattsou, company H, 9th Min-] 
esoti. 

Privates, G N Hainmcrburg, company H 
9tb Minnesota; B ftakliff, company, I, 7th 

Minnesota; Hawkins, company I, 6th| 

Minnesota. 

Sergeant, J C Thompson, Compimy I, 5th] 
Minnesota. 

(Corporal, J F Bateman, comp.tny H, 5i 
.Minnesota. 

Privates. Chas Cook.Co. B, — Moore, com 
[pauy K ; 'fhomas Parsley, eorapany B ; Jamesj 
.Mead, comnany C ; Frank Paton, company F ;] 
iJ<>hn Arden, company A ; George Bartboli 
mew, company H ; Robert Oaiebcll, com 
puny K, 5th Minnesota; John Sullivan, Den 
nis Shea, company K, 10th Minnesou. 

The foregoing list of deaths I can] 

vouch for as being correct, as I had 

charge of the graveyard, and made th 

death report each day. It is needless to 

say anything in regard to tbe manner in 

which they were bu'ied, as the public are] 

aware of tbe fact, ere this, tbat they were] 

•itriped of all their clothing, and buried 

without Collins, or anything but two feet 

of Georgia soil for a covering ; such is 

tbe manner of tre.atment our brave sol 

diers receive when iu tbe hands of the] 

rebels, after long suffering, and at last 

dying the death of all deaths, starvation. 

Twelve thcusand eight hundred and! 

[eighty-four were registered in the Death 

Uegister, on tbe 24th of March, 18G.' 

It is safit to say that over one half of all] 

prisoners tbat ever entered AndersonvilleJ 

are numbered with those that are no 



§n) 600dta. 



NEW QOODS ! 



%u\ «$tate, &c 



WE ARE SELLING 



REAL KSJ'ATE. 

Id. W. Ingersoil h Co.|^^«5ffj^» ^ mcciotici, 



Are receiving by express from Hie lata 



QUI (jimijj iJPANIC AUCTION SALESj 



A-ffinXM and De&lersH 



ifc^AIlVX I?AXJr., MIIVIV. 
^ EXCLUfclVKLY ON CiJilMISSION 



A.X 



JP R I C E H 



X o 



CORRESPOND 



IN Ni,v7 xeaE. 



SPLKIVOXD &T YI.E» 



OF 



Havinz had t''n year*"' eir;»erlenje In th« R?al 

jEstatw Bufinn-ciin at. Paa!, anil having facilities 

Itor tran. ac 111,,' ihe bnsilni'.fii in r\cr> county In 

lute btatp throiign our C'jrrpfpondents, we oiler 

inrs rvliej'io huy anc! full I'roperty pay Taxes, 

f;>';:rotiatc Loans, collfct Uents. Icctte Lir.d 

liTnifintfcanil iln ■» mi evGi> tiling cnnccted 

fwilha g>-nplMJbMU Estatn Ae-^ncy 

We ln^iteatteh^on to our iA»t» of 

a 'CITY ft CJUrTRY PipPKRT V" FOR SALE, 

|TS"E'W" I>]EILiA.1IVES jH^nd offer BAUf^AINS in battj. Among tbcm 

Th»^ best )5u>infips Coriior in SKj^au!. Alsc. 
100 f»et on 1 bird atiect. v 

J60 l>-ot ou .^iv«-nth sueet. 
Lots iu nil the ISueiHess (-trPCfB. 
l-ariiishfJ II.iBsft-, !il,^ca, t4 500, cud fiS.&OO 
leacii. 

llon»es and Lots from $^00 to |:25.oo0 each. 
Re.-iili'iic« i.vtfc In St. Paul and tlecwherc. 
K-.rtii,'; .■r,(l Kuming Land*. 
Miueral I.at!i1«. 
I'm' luQa»,etr..,Ptc. 

Partlej wLihiuj; to sf U or t^uioti^.'^e are Invited 
StocaJ). 

!»<»R»A1S dc I»cCI.Oi:i>. 

St. Paul, Fub. 2.1, 18«)5, 

ff>h?».lT-4f 



AND 



mm mi goods 



C -A. I^ I O O K S , 



"WITH THE 



IffiOlESALE 

101 1 m\ mm. 



GREAT FALL IN GOLD 



ANU 



^JSri> Gl^OOXDS 



August a. 

S C Younff, .'i.OOG, company I, !>th Miun;Htnorc 
August 8. ■ I make this brief report as there are] 

C Lindiey, 5,079 company 11, itih Minn;J^j^j,y families of our State who havenea: 

and dear friends, which thev look for] 



Dischal'gcd. — Twenty-five or thirty 
Iraftcd men reported at Capt. Keith't 
oflkc yc-tirday, but were discharged ac 
rording to the orders received from tht 
Secretary of war. 



l^arcenya — A vagabond boy was ar- 
raigned at the Police Court yesterliy oi 
he charge of stealing a watch, but tbt 
nafter was settled and the pro.secutioi 
withdrawn. 

The police force has been filled by tbt 
ippointment of Wm. S.-hotield and Hen 
ry (ialvin. 

RIVER NEW^. 
A Bout Thioiigli the Lnkc. 



Skvkr Al. hundred people gathered on 
:he levee last evening to witness the arrival 
of the tirst through boat of the .season. Thej 
vere repaid for their presctice a3 the Eur 
ington, from St. I.onis, touchcil the Ian(lin<: 
at a quarter past six. Since .May L'7th, 1*^(11 
.ve hive not been visited by a largo boat uuti 
yesterday. The Northern Line wa.s the las' 
o leave and the tlrst to return, the Canada 
from St. Louis being the last of the large side 
<v heelers which touched at our levee last 
• ear. It was amusing to see the people look 
IS though tUey had never .seen a "big boat"' 
•jefore, and no sooner wa-i the suiging thrown 
out than the crowd rushed on board, pell 
mell. 

The Burlingtuii was built at Cincinnati lasi 
year, but come ont too lat'Mo vit'it St. Paul 
■ind this is consef|ueutly her Ifrst trip here 
She is otficereil a.s follows : 

Captain, John B. Khodes ; 1st Clerk, Geo- 
W. Jenks; 2d Clerk, W. U. Smith; Pilots, 
Ictr. Brown and Capt. Wm White; 1st Fn- 
.<ineer. John Garret; 2d Engineer. 11. Smith 
1st Mate. Chas. Weseatt; 2d Mate, .A.ndwin 
3arryday. 

The Burling^<n is elegantly tinished and i 
aot excelled on the Western waters, .'^hc I.* 
Jll feet long and .3t; feet beam. Her engines 
ire 20 inch evlindcr, 7 leet stroke and 10 feet 
onektt. She can carry €00 tons of freight 
ind draws light 20 inches. 

She lel\ St. Louis on the 8th with."y76 tons of 
freijjhtjbutwasdelayeii thirty-six hoar sby 'he 
le^ert! storm. She left Reed's Landing be- 
:weeu live and si.x o'clock yesterday morning 
Vs far as Lake City she ran near the shore 
out the remainder oi the way .she plonghed 
through the heavy ice, finding it so strong 
•.hat even with 200 tons of freight on board. 
!ier bow would run up on It before it would 
^ive wny. From Poinf-n j-Point up there was 
loice. The Burlington leaves early this mom 
ng for St. Louis. 

The following is the record of arrivals of 
flr.st boat.s for twenty years past : 



Watson, Densmohk & Co., Proprie-j 
>r.~ of the N, W. isteam Bakery, have opened 
iialo-troain for ili<> aecoumiodation of their pa- 
runs ill np|>-"r town at "VtsOIde Buoke Store' 
of Groif k, liailey, near upper end of Third St., | 
wliere they will k>-ep constantly on hand all artl 
c\i-i 01 their manufacture. Orders for Cakes, & c. 
.vi 1 receive prompt atten'lon. 
St. Paul, April l'.>, 18««5. apJ2-lw 

Wk h.wk this day marked down outBAugnst 20. 
•n»ir(? ^itock ol Clothnig, conslHtiiig of thi! heat\ 
iiake and quality cf Coatj, Pant:j and Ve^ts; al 
io Uent'i' Kurui^hing tioodfi, and will tell thej 
lame to («ri(spond with the fall iu gold. 

One of the firm lieing constantly in the mar 
{ft, w<> ftri- in dally lecoipt of good' manufa 
urcd from the b>>f t material and of the latest 
<tyli*!i, which we will sell at wholesale or rftaiij 
it Ijwer rates than can bfl found elsewhere. 

EASTWOOD & MORRISON 

i 



August 8. 

Jake Perigle, .^.-^OO, company H, 9th Minn;] 
August 13. 

F C Wilson, 6,637, company C, 0th Minn ; 
August 14. 

A A Brainard, .j,715, company .\, 9tli Minn ; 
[August 15. 

JBWoorl, .5,909 ,company H, 9th Minn; 
Aiigiitit 10. 

M Short, 5,',m, company K, "Jth Minn ; Au- 
gust 17. 

Geo Atkinson, 5,964, company F, 9th Minn ; 
August 17. 

M F liegley, 6,033, company G, 9th Minn; 
August 18. 

C J Hill, 0,064, company K, 9th Minn ; Au- 
Igust 18 

C Seferd. 0,216, company G, 9th Minn; 
August '20. 

C Souter, 6,277, company H, 9th Minn; 



r>r THK 



jt. Paul. Roger's Block 
^ doors above the Bridge. 



WoRMt ! WOUMS!! — MOTHXRS bAVl 

fova Chiltiksn.— Thonsanda of ohlldren dl> 
nearly from WohM3 whose Uvea might be 8ave< 
rIoth< isbseUR. CUUHCHILL'S WOBM LO> 
■'.NGKSwUioL witl imrely kill and expel then 
rota your c':iildiC!u Children will eat them a' 
readiiy ax any cnndy. Kor Conght, Colda. fco. 
ise Si'iiold'!* Cjm>)Ound Cough Lozenges, tb< 
nostpieasaut '.^nd eifectual remedy dlBOOvered, 

for aole by aU Druggist 9. 

I'lDW'AliD H.BIQQS. 

!?l.d twftw Aspst for Saint Panl. Via. 



FoK TiiK NKXT SiXTY Days. — Our ex- 

tPD'.^^ -took of CLOTHIKG, GENTS' FOK 
:JIsniA«i boOD.S, HAli AMD CAPS, UNE 
BLACK CU)TU3, DOESKINS, and FANCY 
:;aSSIHE1:RS, i<^ ofloredat sucb prices aa will 
-iniinre the quick i=ale of the aame, and f>ati»fy all 
th«t, to dii bn^ineas, one must kaep pace with 
fie tla»i=3. 

Satiiti--d that tiOODS MU31 DECLINE IS 
PRICK, wo will continue to SJELL IN Alij f iOI' 
.'ATIOiJf OF TH£ 3aME. 

W. H. TBiKf-IiE. 

St. Paul, Uarcti 23, IMS. 

mehas-tf 



1841 


Apnl r; 


1855 


April 


17 


1845 


i; 


18.56 


<t 


IS 


1846 


March ni 


1S.57 


.May 


1 


1847 


April 7 


16.53 


March 


25 


1848 


i 


1S.50 


April 


19 


1849 


" 9 


1360 


March 


2S 


18.50 


" 9 


1861 


April 


8 


18,51 


'• 4 


I8ry2 


(I 


IS 


18-52 


" 16 


1863 


(t 


6 


18-53 


•• 11 


1804 


it 


14 


18.54 


•' 3 


1865 


" 


15 



do. Uau.'s Bill of Farb. — Jo. Ilall 

K'rresup to-day, Mallard Ducks, Wild Geese 
:;ount Oysters (best m tbe world) pheas 
mts. dack.^. turkey, (cold or hot) venison and 
sorter house steaks, mutton chops, ham 
}ig's feel and tripe, the best cellery, macker- 
il and herring. 

Pritate auartmeut for ladies. 

Billiard Hoomi attached, with six Phelai, 
onrbIet:>p tables, two four pocket (the only 
med in tbe State), ^nd carom (for amateurs) 

Liquors. — Spiced rum punches, egg nogg 
ipple toddy, torn aud jerry, sweet cider, a!< 
mportcd, wine» and liquors. 

novl4.lv. 



I.v THE Lake.- -The Lansing, of tbe 
Northwestern Line, started into the Lake at 
en o'clock yesterday morning. At last ac- 
X)unts she was wedged in the ice four miles 
below Lake Ciiy. 

Pa.sskxgkks. — Fifty pas-iengers were 
waiting at Read's Landing when the Burling- 
ton left, but they did not venture to take pas. 
sage for fear she would not go through. The 
Burlington, however, bronght a few passen 
<ers up. 

TiiK Mollie Mohler came down from 
St.Peter yesterday. She reports a better .hemselves, and seem to be preparing foi 
stage ot water in the Minnesota. There being ,he ^ ^1 simple spectators. Just at 



Unioi^ Uali. — tjreorge Bene propm 
or. This Hall has lately been refitted in t 
nanner making it the finest place of resort ic 
he city. Mr. Bonz has introduced three ol 
:'helan's tine marble bed Billiard Tables in 
he Hall, and has created a splendid patet 
iir fountain for Ales aud Porter on drangbi 
Che Bar is always supplied with tbe tlnesi 
Liquors aud Cigars. He keeps constantly or 
fraught Philadelphia Ales and Porter. Gen- 
line Ueinish wines (direct importation) fron 
Jermauy— Sill the vintages — on hand. Extrt 
dno Rrandu''., Sberry wine. Port wine, (foi 
> .^'Jl-iU piirp.Mtoij by the liottle or gallon. 
.J-) ii!> 

— AL Forcade, of the Bevue des Deux 
Sondes, well known as one of tbe ablest 
puUtical writers of France, says in a re 
cent article : "The English appear to 
have ceased to be actors in the worldV 
political movements. They concentrate 



Itbis time they bavi- eyes for nothing but 



thirty-two inches on the rapids, 'ihe Minne 
iota U9 still rising all the way up to Mankato.L 

Gkok.-.k W. Jf.nks. the gentlemanlyl"^*' '' P^' ^ "". ^° f^« United States 
Clerk of the Burlington, has our thanks for aB^'^^y "' 'i*»*>t>ng with a visible anxiety 
manifest. R'bu end of the great civil war, of which 

licy have in general so ill-judged the na- 

For Nkw Ulm. — The steamer Albany.Bture and tendences. English public opin- 
Japt. Aaron Russell, will leave for New rimlion has committed, during four years, 



at 2 r. II. to-morrow (Monday) 
clear through. 



She wdl gol 



[great errors and great injustices iu the 
judgments they have formed upon the 
Irefusal of the American Union to recog 
luize in the insurgents the right to dissolve 
[their ties with the General Government. 
The apprehensions betrayed by tbe £ng- 
Gallcry, No. 26 f Third street. gjlish press, now that the triumph of the 

Fine ctird Photographs of on r latePresidentB^'orlh a;jpear3 assured, are in some sort 
It Martin's. 4t San explanation for the fault committed by 

public opinion in England. VVe hope 
that tbe English will be let off with their 



MiNNE-HA-HA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The only place in thej 
city, where a full anA complete collection of 
Photographs of Minnesota scener>-, Indians 
&c , can l)e had, of all sizes, is at Martin's Artl 



Jo. Hall has a fine lot of show beef, 
porter house steaks, &c., and will continue to 
have, every day ihis week. l-t 



Jus Adcoek, 6,567, company B, 9th Minn; 
August 23. 

Musician J Handy, 0.605 company B, 9th 
Minn ; August 23. 

M Bcngtoan, 6,630, company H, 9th Winn; 
August 2.1. 

E Conkllu. 6,970, company C, 9ih Minn ; 
.\uf;ust 27. 

C Newton, 7,046, company K, 9th Minn; 
August 27. 

II Shifter, 7,185, company G, 9th Minn; 
August 29. 

J M Marden, 7,288. company A, 9th Minn; 
August 30. 

M Scnyer, 7,312, company O, 9th Minn;' 
August .30. 

K H Durhaiu, 7,692, company K, 9th Minn ;] 
]Scpteml)Cr ;j. 

Wm Oilman, 7,789 company B, 9th Minn;] 
September 4. 

Xick Large. 7,795, company G, 9th Minn ;] 
September 4. 

N Johnson, 7,809, eompany II, 9th Minn; 
September 4. 

D Breese, 7,84 1, company E, 9th Minn; 
September 4. 

F M Bryton, ,•,892, company B. 9th Minn; 
September 5. 

J F Bcckley, 8,0£3, compaui' G. ^tU Minn; 
September 7. 

J McDougal, 8.180, company A. dth Minn; 
September 8. 

G Winter, 8,233, company H, 9th Minn; 
September 9. 

H Burrows, 8,253, comp.iny K, 9th Minn; 
September 9. 

T Pomter, 8.353, company B, 9th Minn ; 
September 10. 

W Thompson, 8,408, company A,9ih Minn ; 
September 11. 

O C Whipple, 8,416. company F, 9th Minn ; 
September U. 

J Wcstover, 8,4-59, company E, 9tb Minn ; 
September 11. 

W F Fitch, 8,517. company I,' 9th Minn; 
September 12. 

Musician E F Warren, 8,777, eompany A, 
Dth Miun ; September 14. 

S M Pettijohn, 8,823, company H, 9th 
Minn ; September 15. 

J Thelan, 9.003, company K, 9ih Minn; 
September 17. 

L Klos.s, 9,127, company II, 9th Minn; 
September 18. 

JE Harvey, 9,144, company K, 9th Minn; 
September 18. 

J Montcnav, 9,195, company G, 9th Minn; 
September 18. 

Sergeant L A Babcock, 9,474, company D, 
9th >rinn ; September 21. 

Isaac Bisgrove, 9.S00, company C, 9th-Minn ; 
September '20. 

FFrunschley,9,935, company H, 9th Minn; 
September 27. 

L M Tilton, 10,186, company B, 9th Minn ;| 
October 1. 

John Robertson, 10,327, company B, 
Minn; October 4. 

E C Gnodfellow, 10.401, eompany D ; 9th] 
Minn; October 6. 

George Goodwin, .10,579, company A, 9tl 
.Minn; Octol)er9. 

Wm Ueese, 10,715, company K, 9th Minn; 
October 11. 

John Cassady, 10,724, company F, 9th Minn ; 
October 11. 

E J Davis, 10,971. company E, 9th Minn; 
October 15. 

Corporal B A Vanhouse, 11,50*, company 
C. 9th Minn ; October 20. 

W R Thomas, 11,603. company E, 9th Minn , 
October 23. 

G Abrain, 11,977, company B, 9th Minn; 
November 12. 

Corporal F Shcver, 12,0.58 company E, 9th 
Minn ; October 17. 

Corporal J XTlvin, 12,100, company E, 9tb 
Minn ; November 17. 

C Lewis, 12,165, company F, 9th Minn ; Nr 
vember 20. 

Zara Frisbrl, 0,191, company C, 9th Minn ; 
.\ugust 19. 

— Taylor, company K, 9tb Minn ; Septcm 
ber 11. 

W L Latimore, 12,.510, company D, 9th 
Minn ; January 23, 186.>. 

H Fuch.'*, 12,0.56, company D, 9th Minn ; 
February 14. 

II ShailT, eompany E, 9lh Minn ; March 22. 
Camp Fisk — Corporal John Chase, compa- 



laily, or for their names to be among| 
those that are paroled. 

You will please publish thi.s, and other 
papers throughout, tbe State please copy,| 
and oblige a friend and soldier. 

ALONZO AVERY, 
Ist Scrg'tC.>m. C, 9th Minn. Vol. 

Mr. L. Matthews, of Company E, !>th| 
Minnesota, sends us a list of those whol 
died belonging to bis regiment. It is thel 
dame as those given above, with tbe exl 
ception of Wm. Ullman, Co. C ; J. Ba-T 
der, Co. K, and Lamar, Co. I. 

Mr. Matthews says : 

These are only tbc names of thos 
tbat died at Andersonville. We los 
a great many at Savannah and Lauton, 
but as I haven't the full list. I cannot tell 
how many there were. 

There are but thirteen of us here, and 
as all of U3 have written home I will not 
give the namvs. 



HOOP SKIRTS 1 



which, t>gettier with an 



EXXKllV9IV.t: ©TOOK 



OK 



DRY GOODS, 



IIIEY WILL SELL AT THK. 



f\ 



On accoQUt of our IncreaslDg Wholesale Trade 
land to meet the wanta cf t!ie advancing City ana 
.State after the tirsl of April, we Bhall en^agt- 

JEKclusively in the Wholsale Trade, 

lABd a« ue 8>iall keep a tuU stock anbrcken by re« 
|talUug, ana 

Sell at Chicago Prices, 

f Frelf-ht added, we are confident it' will h« for the 
Jinterest of the Merchants of Minncsotti to exam- 
i^iae our i^cods before- purchasing eLstwhere. 



mchkH ly 



■wsi. jr. unxva. at co., 

fct.rsnl, Minn. 



Eastern Markets. 



LOWEST WftRKET PRI(!ES| -- »A.r.>.cx«nv«. 



1 hose who want Dry Goods ."honld be sure andi 
[call at 



JOHIV II. CJA.JMLI*, 



D.W.INGERSOLL&CO.'S 

eeptl ly SI' 



f.I, "W. Dow &o I". Pi andt 



l-4.e Thlr<l Streot. 



^USiMVJinCC, &c. 



Have tcken r.jomb over L. bEMPF.R'.*^, on Tliird 

'-trfet, SLd having bnipbttbt' entire Macntao* 

yAUL. MINN.FVturlnf;nrpaitnifnt ol Meni^rs. W. J. .'-miih &Co. 

««.ind l-onis .' pmper, are prepared to make to or- 

b{Mer all kinds ol 15^o$s auU Shoes in 

HBSI-CLASS MAXNI R, AKD 



j»,rt. 



Two hundred and seventy of us went 
into tbe Ander.-onville stockade. Some 
lew went to Florence, South Carolina, 
but tbe most of them have died. I doubt 
if there be fifty to return home. There 
was but one left at Andersonville. 

L. MATTHEWS, 
Co. E, 9tli Minnesota. 

*rhe figures alter each name indicate 
the ni)inbcr of the grave. 



tnchvfi 



NEW GOODS, NEW PRrcES || N s 'i R S I C E fi G E N C Y | 



OJi-XHCART & CO 

Are receiving by Express 

Large Addiiions to their Stock, 

conslBtini; cf nil the noreltieg iu 

Foreign k Domestic Dry Good^l 



SQlAl lO ANY DOKli in the NORTHWEST. 

'^ Their !onK expejioiice, ind the ability r.nd 

-— -_ rx&nunii:cr of !ht>ir woikni"n enable thrm io make 

.^r-., T--,T^ T -»-7i-| V A ~r Srtoordnr in ibe best • »tyfc>, and on the chorteat 

(jiriliiJS XLJtr^J^JLj i?- notice, all kind,'! of 

.AOIKh' BOOTS AKD tJUOES, 
KID BALMORALS, 

COKGUiiSfi BOOTS, »C, 

I Geiiti.' Fine French Calf Boots. 

y .SE\VK1> & PEGGED. 

■^ «a-AIl k'.ndii of repaiting neatly doncAr 



H!iwlnMa.-''O0Uted with myself 



VOa^HBiliLlJCi-E:*:^ >• r. UO W has long had charge rr the Manufac- 
ji^S.±H.JA.^i~kJf^^Ji.-^^^^^.^^^ Deparlment of AV..I. l^mith ft Co., tnd 



^Sturiiig Deparlment oi 

jS'iavl'," a=tociat^d himseif with Mr. BRANIjT, 
Formerly of Ha»tlnjri;MtB.,oadnrthcnnaBtiine gwouhi invite CHpecial attention to the btanty and 

bXlinii'h < f ihi ir KianulBi tu' eF. 

«i- < .rdcrs to be ;efi at L. SEMPER'?, on 3<t 



(CURTIS k ETflERIDGElk 



oi iifur W"ha^<haw. 



in23-)m 



iw 



Mi. F. NICHOLS, 

AGiKTOF 




Having made our purchaaeg andcr the most! 
favorable circumstances, we are enabled to otferS 
la line of k jods which will be attractive to all who| 
{.leek tor the New, the Beautiful and tha Good. 

Tendering our thanks for the liberal patronage! 



ROOT & CADYl 

Saint Paul, Minn., 

Qava.onhand the urg-et anJ moat carel\iUy 
selected stock of 

•^HEET MUSICS 

"West of Chicago. 

MUSIC BOOKS, 

MUSICALiMSTRUMENTS 

AND 

MUSICAL MERCHANDISE 

OF EVaaY DESCBIPIION. 
WHOLKSAE & RETAIL AOENTri FOR 

Will. B. Bradbury &I.W.Voses 



ll)eBtowed upon us Inthe past, we would respect-S'^I^^ HAUTFOEl' TiRK OF 



We oiler for the toi Hide ration o» t'«i.i3 w;s'nin$|^^ 
INSCRANC'l!;. INDEMKlTi' AOAMS T LOS^^ 
BY FIRE, in tho f< llowinK r! 

,- I^MetropolitanTnp?. Co., 
Lorillnrd Ins. Co , 
Phoenix [Mai»ine] Ins. Co» 



Biaii«'lav<l Oi^isipjauXcifi 



!.>LD ^ETNA, of HtrtViiril. />!•• 
petfl ^»,lW.«««,«i 




injui innii imiH aimi imni wiin ubih miiiai nrnin iiiiiiii iiiiii 



fully solicit a continuance of the same— with tht>J 
assunance that It shall t>e our aim to make all| 
huslness transactions both pleasant aud proAta- 
lie to the buyer, 
Keraember the "Old House," 

IVo. 13«3 Third St. 

St. Paul, April 0, ISrtS. apl-ly 



1.3.«N.l(>2.fi>A 



A- 



OF NEW YORK. 



UAKTFOtlD. .■■M-.-Mi. 
iClTX KlEE.of Bartfonl 

sets , *o»«.*',(*«,«i3*^ » 

IcNTERNATioNAi. cf Kew ^ Honie insurancG Co.. 

York. ABcets 1,Ti*i*,fi3^.94r^y OF NEW HAVfcN 

JAURIATrC, Of New York, 1 



Capital. 




30o,oo«.<i»fl*:]Viatiial Benefit Life, 

OF NEWARK, R. J. 



-;o: 



My cmoi» on lA:Xf», will b<» closed on Nove.ni ::-j 
|brT let, which ^-iil <5niibl.-' i£f to rivo tl'o Iosii.p| 

|rancebu(>lne»»p.'r»>BRl uttftftl.an froansud ,-.it«fr.-oi3«;^ sj gj. nojofnliis- Warrla'a •!•«•, 
ftbat datP, f.' ' p. pj,;.] wfRn 

St. Pa-ji.Oat.ifi, inri, '. oct2.)-oIy ..i^Il^V VOUJ-t 1'liUIMfS 



apl.ZIy 



B E ^TJT lEXJ 



-r^^ 



.^1 



ftTII.SS OF 



ILIFE IKSUHANCE COMFAfiYp '•—•-» 
,B«orx:^:r>;^°v:3««|Sav. Frci^U & Store Profits 1 





I 



TuER£ will be an appropriate fnmeral scr- 
[vice for our great National calamity at the] 
Not for him— who has tiled full of hooor andCFlrst Presbyterian Church on Third street,! 
>ear»! _ b this evcnhig. 



[present punisLoient of terrors and anxie- 
[ties, and tbat the Anaericans will not seek 
ito vex a ioreign Goverament, which ia 
isuihciently punished by their success, 
Iwilh hostile demonstrations." 



A.T SO, 
IMASON ^ HAMLIN'S 

CABINET ORGANS.! 



Wc iiill at manufactory prices, atd fully war 
pint pvery Instrument, aud besldfs ^'carantee en-l 
ire fati>taclio«. Dt-scriptive Pi Ice l-ldts sentonj 
.ppUnation, free of cbartte. 

NIuAV MUSIC BOOKd. 

THE MUSICAL CURRICULUM !| 

nV C»KO, F. BOOT. 

An insliuctlon book for the piano forte on a 
QCW plan.en.hrucing not only a complete course 
>t otudy, \«lth tr('.^h and attractive music for that 
nstruinent, but also voice culture, with .«ong« 
ind soll'o^^gios for diffi-rent stagps of progress, 
,he art ot accompanying, harmony, &c.; the 
»hol»> arraaffed in so pioxrossive a manner as to 
tarnish a complete nud unusually pleuiiug course 
at study and practice, wtiicli alms at the iiymraet- 
ricaldeveiopiueDtot all the musical powers of the 
earner. It is a royul (jiiarto of "i'lO pages, and 
:ontiiins lifty p^r cent, more matter tuan the 
arge piauulorto Instruction books common to 
chLs country. 

PRIOK ^4.50. 
Sample copies scut postpaid on receipt of price 

Pablishcdby . 

ROOT fc CADY 



SPRING DRESS GOODS] 

PRINTS, 

OHAJ^LIKSJ 

YIJST RKCCIVEO BV KYPJttESflJ 

AND WILL BE 

Sold at Panic Prices, al 
L. C BXJRX»S, 

140 TbIrsI Str***, •>. Paul. 

deoll-ly 



Anfi 1-41. Mioailvtuy, Kc^ir Yorif. 



II 



CASH CAPITAL, $125,000.^ 



^ 



O 



on TKH KX'VTCAfj pjla:x. 

jEiphty per cent, cfthe proCts go to theB--?Mied.;i'J 
I 'I lie directors of this coULd andif'.iabi" iii' li.^.J 
Jtution are comporitd ( f the raostmlistintiul • itii'^n . ^ tt ti i ' 
■tens of lM\oklyn aiid N<mv Vo. k. i- xtri iiini>ce-J: > I K I I % k 
Imenth are offend by this Company li.r ibcse:;' 
ueeking Lifo ln;<uranoe. j ! 

CflKI-^riAfT BOVCK, PresiUiiut. e'| 
Richard II. Ha {DiJtii, .secretary. Lj 

l». CJOMOOX, Gen. Agort f. r .Vinn-'xota. r/o " « . , ^ „ 

M«dicM Lxaifiiner. LBuggy* tamage fii Team Harness. 



i^ R O ^ L 
MANlIFACTl}RY r 

;(Mi IH AIBO M.AKIXO To Obi'bM 



St. Paul, March 9, lgC5. 



inchlCSm 



llN COTTAGE OKOVlf. WASHINGTON CO.;l 



A Large variety always on haiid» Also 



BORXJJP &, OA.KES, 

jBaDkers aad Exchange Dealers. 

QOODRIGH BLOCK, THIRD ST., 

jSAINT PAIJJL, MINN 



O Conie you from the Battle Kield," 
■'" M» <.' Song." "A We come to tiie Soldiers.'' 
i' ., • '1 h« populhrity of this hook U attested 
1 vhd ac'. thai it has already reached an Usue of 
tffiOO opies. 

I'ricp, ."lO cents. $5 per Dozen. 

THE BUGLE CALL. 

nV GEO. K. ROOT. 

This bcok contains about fifty of the most pop- 
..... . . . .j^ 



ISigtabUslied in ISfSl. 

Collections jmyuble In the City made Iree ol 
(Jost. and throuxhout the State Ttee of charge be 
yond actual expensAs incurred. Uemittaocet 
mnde the d ly aiifr collection at the lowest rab- 
of L-xchanfre. 

Orders for Land Warrants. .State Warrants, 
Cnited States Bonds, County aud City Bondf 

romplly executed at thn lowest rates. City 
Joonty and State Taxes paid. State and United 
States Coupons paid at our Counter. 
R.«ferences : 

Johnston Bros, k €o. 



0.ieF»r..ofl50Acre«, [MLITAHY SALBLERY I 



Embracing both tiiibi'r and tine prairie, utd lOj" 
;re8 uncer good c I'tlvat.on, with f'. 

C300M l>VI'RJIiI.IA«i» HOUHE, | 

' Cellar, Cistern, -Stsblo and Granary — owned by^ 
'B.C. Robinson. «' 

Oue Farm of V2H Acr<;», 

t 

Embracing fine limber aud good prairie lend 

with a bpuutllul lale ol cltar water— iO aeros nn 

d r good cultivatioi, with jjoi-d buildic^!>, brusr-.l 

barn, siabl.;, granary and shedE— occupied b; 

sub.>^criber. 

Any one wi.-^hluf: to locate wou'd do Wfll tol 
examine elthiT of llii- above described pnmUefj 
belorepuTC'ia(.inj< ;liewh.'re. I 

Knouire at Cottage i.rove of 

.T. w. FLrB:';u. 

March .10, 18 o. uiar.'iO-lm. 



OoUner, Potter & Co., 

New York. 
Klssam*Co.,N. Y. 
Roche Bros, k Coffey, 

New York. 
Drexel & Co, Fhlladel- 

phla. 
Rxohange Bank. Bost'n 
jponc«r. Vila & Co., 

Boston. 
Brown, Shipey k Co., 

Liverpool. 



Baltimore, 
Rutter, KndlcottfcCo. 

Chicago, 
Bank of Galena.Golena 
Allen, Copp& Nesbitt 

St. Louis. 
Stal(> Savings Associa 

tion, St. Louis. 
Franz Uch. Schlatcr & 

Sohn, Hamburg, 
A, Marcuard k Co, 

VuU, 

feblflly 



NOTICE. 



THE SILVER LUTE. 

Enlarged Edition. 

nY OKOnOB 1'. ROOT, 

This popular singing book for .Juvenile classes, 
tchoo « t'.id academies, has Just been revised and 
impr T« by the addition ot :.'4 pag^s of popular 
rauKK.l iMudlug "Just Ucfure the Battle. Uotli 

er," "J it after thi' Battle," "Johnny Sclimok A,||, betn diss ived by the mutual consent of it> 
jr," **3 >ng of a 'l housaud Years '" " The Soldier 
- - ■ mem!>cre. 

InL-fiiw having claims Bgilnst tb>^ firm are re 



The eopartnerahip firm heretofore existing nn 
der thf name of BlUtLOW k VALRYMrLK 



ular patriotic glfva an.l f impart songs, and 
just tue ihing lor loyal people, whether in camp 
or at the nrr.^ide. ^o hojk ol thekind furnishes 
nything like the quality and quantity here found 



quantity he 
'orthesamn amount oi' money. Frloe, 35 cents. 



ny A, 9th Minn ; April 3. 

Among those tbat are living at thi 

Camp I find the following named per8on8tt^'^"^"d'o''zen. 

for exchange : r.., ^, ,.l ALLN-K^V-MXJSIC 

Privates, George Kenny, P McBride. Jobifl Constantly on hand. 

Kern, Charles Spencer, Company A, 9th Mln ■ j^ CaUlogues sent free on applloation. 

nesota. ■ apiet«fcw2w 



• . ,1 .1 present them forthwith lor paymen 

i! .illlc*^ of 

:iiciBi.oiir dc CX.AIIK, 

.1 1 III o indetited to it are exhorted to equal 
di:'j;e.i;e. 
.;t. i'aul, April ]8t, 18G5. 

UORACK U. BIGKLOW. 
■pl-dlm OLIVER UALKY.MPLE. 



National Iknk of St. Paul. 



>VGBiNT FOR- 



Henry and Ballard Kifles 
and Cartridges. 



ThU Bank is Bov full/ or^'aiiiz'd with a prildj 
up capital of Tiio llund.'od Ihcu-saod Uiillars,! 
aud is open l'ortlietrun...:ic'.ioiiot n eeneral Hiitik-f 
lug and Exchangj hujinei-s. C</I1« c'.iors iipoul 
all accvssitjle pohils iu tnu Northwest will Lei 
made and rcralito: for (.n day o: paMnent at Ciii-J 
rent rates of exclunge. Uigtatsi Market Katea 
[)uid 1 )r '^old, ■■ i. v.'r, tnl t-orcl-'a KxnVangi 
Ibis Bank is an a Kent tor subiiCilptlnns to tue 
popular l-nlted ■*<tstes 7 SOLoai!, and these nof-s 
will at all tiufs be hvpt oti Imua lor <n1 jt in sum*| 
of from Klfty Lfoilt rs upwariis. 

K. a. KOGERfON, President. 
JOHN KiCOLS.Vicel'resldcnt. 

i.'. A. MONFOUT, CasMer.' 



KEPA1H1M<> of all Wucs onTECKKa, 
QAUNKSS, he, at'atly aud promptly don<>. 

Uaviiig commenced manufac:urinf all my own 
work, 1 tvou d rot-pectfcliy holicit a «hare of pub- 
He pntronnpp. My material is boaehf direct from 
tin- llrft hau.::>, tiuJ mnde uj> bv good wotkiren 
under my ow;i nianaRcinent.'.Eiid htr.ci' 1 ant 
pr>.|>ared to woik low aud n ake'the t>f>r.t of work, 
I have aiJ-u constantly on_hand 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 

aad a liu'ge assortment of 

ivddlei'y Ila.x*diva.re 

A9~ H<' member, 

«J. r»IlOAJL., 

jUNIDN BLOCK, Cor. THIRD t ROBERT Stt 

J6K2« ly 



DIItECrORS: 



lOHK NICOL-*, 

J. ti. sTKVt'Aur. 

B. I'KESLtV, 

0. H.S'JULUilKlEH, 
I'. BEliKfciV, 

1. C. IjLOUGE, 



f. DAY, 

N'. H. llAnWi.oD, 
,). B. nt{.M>f'iS', 
.lO-KIMl U.vlLRY, 
e. H. tiilliU, 
iSA\C KlAl'Ll':i9, 




E. £. EDGEKTON. 
St. P«ul, April nth, 18(5. 



ap9-lm 



A.XfKMt. 



^ A a X K J> . mW 

Active, energeUc men In every town In theH j^ BRCtOM MAKKR, 

State to sell the New England Sewing Machine,*^ arst-class wo.kmn, to mam.f .cture ubout one' 
the most perfect thing m the world, from $150»^^„j^j ^ozen Brwmj. 

$200 per month sahu-y, or most liberal com-B Apply to 
missions given. Address WH. K. POST k CO.M T, D. Al U>W0R1 H, 

Box 637, St, Paul. HUin. aplMwdtwfcw* I apO.tf Fine bead, 



CooststinR la part ot bTKAwnKRar, black- 

IKI.KKV, . II! i'.liV, i:kii nASI'UKlU.Y ASD GRAPK 

IwiNii; rF.AOH, APrix, cukkhy and black- 

liiiCKiJY nnANi IKS. A'so fin.^ Imported Bran- 

■d.es, Gins, I'ort and Sherry Wines, kc, for Me- 

|licui-.i and ! a'de uses, which are perfectly pure, 

■ind teed only bn tried to be appreciated. None 

neuniir, unless they have rur OoUi Label on 

ih>' cork. Sold bv all drupirlsfs and dealers 

thr ueh'.jut the country. Call lor onr goods and 

ItakM no other. Clroalars to the tiade t.uppUed 

|on application to 

ABif Mara nET«R« * c*.. 

No. 51 RiverSt.,Clilca«ro. 
I Sold hv OOOLEY, CABYKK, & CO., i;. P, 
iPEAbODY, anl V.\WTER & HOSK. Whoie- 
Istile ana Retail Agents for 8t. Paul. 

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8AIKT PAUL, APRIL 16. 18M^ 



TO ADVBBTI8BB8. 

»- ThU paptrh^tn Daily, Tri-Wtflhl andl 
Weekly cirntlatior, ne it/y Tr«>l»l« thai ofany\ 
oth*r in Minneiota, an4 theryfore pretenti in- 
Oucfmrmt to advertitfrs ir'iich they wilt notfind^ 
tUrtehrre. 



VOLXTME V. 

UTEST BY TELEGRaPHl 



S^lIST P^XJI., TUESDA.Y, A.yKIL 18 1865. 






88. 



SHB 



or THE] 



J. 



WILKES BOOTK THE 
MURDERER OF THE 
PRESIDENT. 



[HIS REPORTEO ARREST 
NEAR BALTIMORE. 



Living. 



0) 



The Plot Concocted in| 
Baltimore. 

viiKrArn'RK OF mobile! 



SMITH'S 






CORPS 
CITY- 



IN THE 



AssAnAi^v ATmoai 

We humbly beg the pardon of the] 
Soathern rebel* . for ascribing to their im- 
mediate agency that awful parruade of 
Friday night, of which as the event prov- 
ed only a Northern Copperhead was ca 

pable. 

We wronged these gen'le soul.-* o( tht 
Southern chivalry. Among all the hu 
man b'senas, who in their high revelry of 
fieadi^hoesi made rings fro n the bones and 
drinking cups from the skulls ol deac 
Union soldiers : among all the savage? 
who cooly contrjvetl and gloated over the 
hungering agony oJ the slow consumiup 
cruelty, which murdered tens ofthousandh 
of L'nion prisoner.^ at Andersouville anci 
Salsbury. and glutted their vengeance in 
the diabolical massacre of Fort Pillow 
treason could find no villain equal to thai 
consummate asdacity of crime whicL 
found ita willing, its zealous and its fit- 
ting initrument in a Northern toppcr-|g0Qj.e^py SeWarU btlll| 

head. 

The Southern conspirators against law 

and liberty and civilization had finished 

their part of the gigantic plot in th< 

wreck of half a continent. It was re 

served for their Northern accomplices tt 

crown the fearful edifice of guilt with t 

horror so stupendous as to li juiJate Ir 

one installment their lonj; arrears ol 

pledges unfulfilled, and balance at a xiu 

gle world resounding blow the share 

Northern and Southern traitors in tht 

common infamy of the Rebellion. Now 

•t least the Northern co workers in tht 

cause of Southern treason mav claim Ic 

have done their part in the awful role, and 

impartial history at least will accord theni 

an equal share of its shame. The re 

■ponsibility for the assassination of Pres- 
ident Lincoln can not be limited tc 

the wretch who was the immediat* 

actor m the dreadful deed — nor to tL« 

Lttle band of assassins associated witl 

him. There are indications, indeed, 

that these men were merely llie hireling 

iastrumen's of rebel functionaries ai 

•t Richmond : but be this as it may, and 

assaming that the murderous plot »a.' 

confined, from its inc»*ption to its execu- 
tion, to the assassins themselves, and thai 

they were moved thereto only by a blmi 

and reckless fanaticism of partisan fury— 

not the less is their crime the direct fruit 

of that infernal treason which in thi 

South developed in the form of llebellior 

and in the North in Copperheadism. 

It needs no written compact to trac» 
its instigation to the same Arch Devil thai 

;nspired the atrocities of Andersonvilli 
and the draft riots of New York, and 
•whose throne was at Richmond and hi.- 
ante-chamber at the New York hotol. 
lu anmuj— its inspiratijn — itsdetermin 
iDgand essential motive, proceeded from 
the prevailing sentiment of Northern Cop- 
perheads and Southern rebels: its su- 
preme audacity- Its reckless madness - 
the.will to do the deed, and dare it? per- 
sonal consequences, were supplied by the 
personal character of the viliain who ac 
Ct>mplished it. 

The Copperhead leaders of the North 
hava BO zesilously inculcated among theii 
followers the belief that President Lincoh 
was a cruel tyrant under whose wautot 
oppressions the world was groaning— 
that the fervid fancy of the credulous anc 
vain tragedian caught fire with the ambi- 
tion to play the classic part ot a tyranni- 
cide, and place himself in a lofiv nlcht 
of tragic renown with Brutus and Harmo- 
diusand Pelopidas and Charlotte Cor 
day, by ridding the world of a monster : 
and that he counted accurately on thi 
sympathy of that dark audience in the pn 
to which he played his awful part — then 
is evidence enough in the balf-suppressed 
applause which greets the e.\ploit fron 
many a Copperhead lip — too ignorant tc 
know that they are rejoicing over the 
most fearful calamity which ever btfll! 
this nation. 



have proven their innocence, but othersll 
are held. Evidence sufficient has accu 
mulated to implicate some six different 
persons in the diabolical plotj all of 



niRTUFR PARTin Llthem from this section and Maryland 
rUninLn InllllV/U > XwopalrsofhandcufEj, andagagwere 

LARS OF THE AS- 
SASSINATION. 



found in Booth's trunk. He hired a 
horse irom the livery stable in the after 
noon, took it to the alley, hired a servant 
Ironi the lady of whom he hired the horse 
to watch it, while he perpetrated the 
deed. 

New Yokk, April 17. 

The N. Y. Times Washington special 
says, Secretary i^eward will recover 
Frederi«:k Seward is still unconscious. 
He breathes calmly and has a<i easy pulse, 
His bead is dreadfully contused. 

An invalid soldier nurse, saved Mr 
Seward's lilc 

■W.vsiiiNOTON, April 16. 

Sec. Seward still lives, and strong 
hoi)e> are eiUerUined for his recovery 



n 



OFFICIAL BIJLLFTIIV. 

A-kdr^-M Juhnaou S»»«ru iu-M*" »«»• 
for ih* i»r«.»Mt.«»'« luneral. 

WvH UEhAKfMENI, NVaSUIXGION, , 

.\r.ril li— :? e. m. ' 

Ollicial notice of tfie dea h o! the lat 
President, Abraham Lincoln, was givei 
iiv the head of this Department thl^ 
uiorning to Andrew .lohnson. Vice Pres- 
ident, upon -whom the Cousti'ution de- 
volved the ofi-'e of President. Mr. John- 
son, upon receiving this notiic, appearc, 
-before thief Justice Chas.- and teok tfu 
oath i.f President oi the ( inited States 
inda-s!imed its dutie<: ai»l fiuutions at 

1-2 o'clo. k. . . r 1 

I The Pfi'3sd.^i»t met the hfaJs of de- 
partmentx I., cabinet meeting at the 
Treasurv buiidirs? and among otli.-r bust 
ness the foMowinj; w;t:; transacted : 

1st. The arranV"i.ient3 for the funeral 
jf the 1 te Presided were referred to ths- 
-uveral Secretaries, a? far as relates t.^ 
their rerpective deparimcnt.s. 

2 I. T W. Hunter. Iv :q . w.\s appointed 
acritw Sticretarv of State during the dis 
ability of Mr. Soward and his son. Free 
Seward, the Assistant Secretary. 

3d The Prc-sident formally announced 
fhat he desired to rt^tam the present Sec 
retaries of Di-parfiut-nts and lus Cabinet, 
fhev wouH fro on and ai=ch;irge ttieir re- 
spective duties in the same manner as be 
•ore the deplorabb; event that hadchinged 
• he head of the tiovcrtim^nt. Allbusi 
nes3 in the lieparlments was suspt-ndeo] 
during 'he dav. Surgeons report thai 
rhe condition of Mr. Seward remains un- 
rhanged. He is doing well fnere w 
nj improvement in Mr. Ired. Seward 
The murderers have not yet been appre 

'^""'^'"'- F.. M STANTON. 

Secretary of War. 



SIIEKMAIV. 

HU Arnir *■ m*tlon. 

Wew Yokk, April 15 
The Herald's Goldsboro correspondent 
Ijavs: Sherman's army commenced its 
jidvance on the 9th, moving in three col 
lunins under Howard, Slocum and Scho 
Itield. 

During the rejoicings over the news ol 
Ithe evacuation of Richmond, Sherman was 
lalled out by his troops. He addressed 
li ft w words to them saying he was inform- 
-.1 that Richmond had been captured, and 
|;b.it Lee was tlying in dismay. 

He said (irant wrote him. He wat 
[pursuing Lee, and hoped be (Sherman) 
jwould press Johnston, "which." said 
jsherman, •' we'll do." Soldiers cried, 
l«e will— we will. Sherman told his sol 
Jiers that h--* did not mean to let Johnston 

■escape. 

.Johnston has evacuated Raleigh, mov 
ng west, and leaving the town in posses 
•5 on of Stonenian's cavalry. 

On the evening of the 10th a small force 
jf Howard's mounted infantry were at 
racked by (oire rebel cavalry, who, bow- 
ever, wa.s soon dispersed, with a loss of 
one hundred men and two pieces of ar- 

tiUerv. 

FohTUESs MosKOE, April 14. 

By an arrival here to day from Wil 
nington, N. C, intelligence is received 
that^Sherman took up his line of marcb 
iiorthward from (ioldsboro last Monday. 
A large amount of supplies have been 
sent through Dismal Swamp Canal iu 
barges and around the Cape in steamers 
lor the use of his army. The steamer] 
(leorge Cary which arrived from Cit) 
Point to-day, brings down a rumor that 
fohnston had surrendered to therman, 
>)ut it needs confirmation. 






FROM inOBILE. 



r«pt«re 



•r thas 






br SiHllh'i 



Chic.\.oo, April 16. 

A Cairo special says that our forcesl 
occupied Mobile on the i>th. Spanisbl 
Fort was captured with 3,000 prisoners 
Three hundred guns were captured in 
Mobile. The garrison fell back up the 
the river to Chickasaw Bluff". General| 
Wilson captured all of Roddy's command 

L.».rEK, 3 p. M. 

From a reliable source it is learne< 
that Mobile was captured on the eveniogl 
of the ninth, by a portion of General 
Smith's command, assisted by light draft 
gunboats, after a severe lesistance by the| 
enemy. 

By Nail. 

'I he following details of the assaaiua" 
Itlon of the President were received by I 
lail owing to the break of the telegraph. 

I— Kl). PRK3.S. 

OFFICIAI. BULLETIN. 



:10 A. M. 



•BCMKTAl 






ATII.I.I 



The public will be much rejoiced tt 
know that the report of Secretary Sew- 
ard i death in our Sunday's issue, wa^ 
premature. The origin of the reiiort 
will be explained in the following para-| 
graph from the Chicago Journal of Sat 
urday evening, for a copy of which we 
are indebted to the kindness of a passen 
ger who got ttirough ahead of the tele 
graph; 

SKCRKTARY aKWAKn. 

The foUowinit despatch wa.s received by u.« 
at 10 o'clock this morning : 

W\«uiNOTO!<, April 1.^.— .Secretary William 
H. Seward died at forty-five minutes past 
ofne o'clock this morning. 

E. M. STANTON, 
Secretary of War. 

Subsequently the telegraph office at Phila- 
delphia sent word that the above despatch 
was a ml.nake — that it had not )>cen soar b> 
tbe Secreury of War, and.that Secretary Sew 
ard was not dead. 

It will be observed by the whole tenoi 
of the accounts we publish elsewhere, tha) 
no necessarily fatal result was appre- 
hended from Mr. Seward's wounds except 

so far as they might tend to aggravate 
the consequences of his previous injuries. 

And our despatches of the 10th and 17tl 

aff'ord the most encouraging hopes of hif 

recovery — and that he will yet be spared 

to the Nation in whose cause he labored 

with such conspicuous ability, and to tht 

eminent station he has done so much to 

dignify and adorn. 



Tlir .4SS.4SSiI«.lTIOM. 

Furtlifr d*»alU ot the tuorU^r of lliel 
Presi<l«>nt — l»«'cr«»tari' »*.ward •lllr 
llvlBE !«•»*»'«>• pr»»'»;"»'r r^covwr 
A.rr*mt of the Sf ur«l»r«T BootU. 

\\'.>.-'iiisfiri>.\, .-Vpril l.V 

An autopsy was htld this morning ovei 
the body ot President Lincoln, by Sur- 
L'eon General Ba.ncs and Dr. Stone, as- 
sisted by other eminent medical men.' 
The ccffin is ol inahogony, i.s covered 
with black cloth, and lined with beads, 
the latter being covered with white satin. 
A silver plate ujjon the cotliu over the] 
breast bears the following ins.ription : 

"Abraham Lincoln, ItJth President of 
the United Stales, born July 12th, 1809, 
died April l-'-lh, 18G'j." 

i be r«-i.->ains have been embalmed. A 
lew locks of hair were removed from the 
President's head, for the family, previous] 
to the remains buinsr placed in the coffin. 
Nkw Youk, April l-i. 
The Commercial says. We have ascer- 
tained, from a source perfectly reliable, 
that iluring a conversation yesterday, 
among the ineml'cr^ of a Sp.inish firm in 
this city it was faid that on this day the 
greatest news would be n ceived that| 
Uad ever been made known to the public, 
rhefact that this siiitemeut had been so] 
made, was communicated to Gen. Peck 
this morning by the clerk of the estab- 
lishment. 

A spc-cia! dispatch to the Tribune says. 
,J. Wilkes Booth was arrested about 9] 
o'clock this morning near Fort Hastings, 
on the r.ladensburg road. He boldly ap I 
proached our pickets and was arrested] 
and brought to the city. ('''his is noti 
confirmed by any official report Iroml 
Washington up to fhi-s S.itiirday, eve 
aing. — Kkpoktep.) 

The same special fctafes that Secretarv 
Seward has given a detailed description 
of the assassin. It was evident that he] 
was a different person from the Presi- 
dent's murderer. 

Frederick Seward is in a most critical' 
condition, and surgeons are reniovin 
the broken fragments of his skull. 

A private disp.iHh to Mr. .Seward's 
nephew in this city from a member of th 
family says, "I have just loft ilr. Sew 
ard's house. His wounds are not mortal 
He has lost much blood, but no arteries' 
are cut. Fred's skull was iractured bad 
ly in two places. 



* 



A Trophy Secured. 

The Seventceuth Army Corps, in which isl 
OBT First MinnesoU Battery, captured fiomj 
the rebs at Cheraw, South Carolinii, a rifledl 
ton pounder, a" Blakelygi«i,"3i-inch caliber,! 
maaabctared in Liverpool in 1862. General! 
Frank P. Blair, the Corps Commander, pre- 
sented the gun to the First Minnesota Battery! 
fCapt. Clayton's) for their gallant condacti 
there and in other engagements. 

The First Battery unanimoasiy voted to| 



New York, April 17 
The New York Herald's WasLIngtcnj 
^pecial says. Booth has been arrested 
near Baltimore, and will be placed for] 
safe keeping, on board a Monitor at the 
navy yard at Washin{;t-on, anchored in 
the strt>am, to keep hini from the reach! 
of the populace. 

Maj. (ien. Aiu-er has offered a reward 
of $tO,Of>0 for the murderer of the Pres 
ident, and the assassin of the Secretary 
of State. Booth's uiiatress has attempted] 
to commit sui>;ide. 
j The day befofo y^stcrdiy Booth called! 
upon Mr. Hess treasurer of ^■{rover's 
Theater, and lagcd him \-o announce' 
some new and e::cicing play for Friday 



W.\R Dkpaktment, April V> 
I'o Maj. Gen. Dix. 

The President continues insensible, 
and is sinking. Secretary Seward re- 
mains without change. Frederick Sew 
ard's skull la fractured in two places, be 
sides a severe cut on the head. The at 
tendant is still alive but hopeless. Ma 
jor Seward's wounds are not dangerous 

It is now ascertained with reasonable] 
.jrtainty, that two assassins were en- 
gaged m the horrible crime — .T. Wilkesj 
Booth being the one that shot the Presi- 
dent, and the other a companion of his, 
whose name is not known, but whose de 
scription is so clear that he can hardly 
escape. . 

It appears from a letter found inBootb s 
trunk that the murder was planned before] 
fhe 4th of ilarch. but fell through then 
because the accomplice backed put untill 
Richmond could be heard from. Booth 
'and his accomplice were at the livery sta- 
ble at si.x o'clock last evening, and left 
Itheir horses about ten o'clock, or shortlj 
before that hour. 

It would seem that they had been seek 
ing their chance, but for some unknown 
reason, it was not carried into effect un 
til las^ night. One of them has evident 
ly made his way to Baltimore ; the other] 
has not yet bean traced. 

(Signed) E. M. STANTON. 

Washington, April 14. 

President Lincoln and wife, with other 
friends, visited Ford's Theatre, for tht 
purpose of witnessing the performance ol 
■' Our American Cousin." 

It was announced in the papers that 
G( II. Grant would also be present, but 
that gentleman took the late train of cars 
for New Jersey. 

The theatre was densely crowded, and 
everybody seemed delighted with the] 
scene before them. During the third act 
and while there was a temporary pause 
for one of the actors to enter, 
sharp report of a pistol was] 
heard which attracted attention 
but suggested nothing serious until a 
man rushed to the front of the President'* 
box waving a long dagger in his right 
hand and exclaining : 
''Sic semper tyrannis." 
He immediately leaped from the box 
which was in the rear tier ol the stage 
beneath, and ran across to the opposite] 
iside of the s'age. making his escape amid| 
the bewilderment of the audience from 
the thea're and mounting a horse Hed. 

The screams of Mrs. Lincoln first dis 
closetl the fact to the audience that the 
President had been shot , when all pres- 
lent rose to their feet and rushed toward 
the Stat ^ immediately, exclaiming "hangj 

him !" 

The excitement was of the wildest pos- 
islble description, and of coarse there was 
jan abrupt intermission in the theatrical 
performances. 

There was a rush toward the Presi 



A common singh' barreled pistol was 
f»und on the carpet. A military guard 
has been placed in front of the private 
residence to which the President had been 
carried. ; 

It had been previously announced that 
he wound was mortal, but all hoped oth- 
erwise. The shock to the community was 
terrible. At midnight the Cabinet, 
•Messrs. Sumner. Farnswcrth, 

Judge Bates, Governor] 

Oglesby, Gen. Meigs, Col. Haynis and 
a lew personal frii-nds, with surgeon Bor 
ris and his immediate assistants werej 
around his bed. The President is in a^ 
state of syncope and totally insenslDle. 

The blood slowly oozcaI from the back 
of his head. Thii surgeons showed every 
possible effort of medical skill, but all; 
hope was gore. 

The partinti: of his family with the dy 
ing President is too sad for description 
The President and Mrs. Lincoln did not 
sUrt for the theatre until 15 minutes afte 
8 o'clock. . „„ . 

Speaker Colfax was at the White 
House at the time. The President stated 
to him that he was going, al'hough Mr 
Lincoln h.vJ not been well, because] 
r.he papers had announced that 
General Gr.int was to be present, 
and as General Granf. had gone North, 
Qe did not wi»h the audience to be disap 
pointed. 

He went wl'h a;'i)arent rcluftancc and 
urged Mr. Colfax to go withhim.but that 
Tentleman hud uiii.ie other ei.g:i<;tment8 
with Mr. Ashraun of Massachusetts, and 
3ade him good bve. 

AVhen the excitement at the theatre 
*as at its wildest hei.;hf, reports were| 
;Irculated that Secretary Seward had 
dso b'cn assassinated. On reach- 
ing Secreta y Reward's residence 
i crowd and amilifarv f.uard wore around 
Its door, ai.d on eiitt'-ring it was ascer 

ained that the reports were based on 

truth . , ., I 

Everybody there was so c.\cite<l that 

icarcelv an intelligent word could be 
gathered, but ih',; facts are bubstautiall; 
is follows : , 

About 10 o'clock, a man rang a bell, 
indthecill having bt-eu answered by a 
:,dored servant, h.: said h« had coinei 
from I>r. Vied^, Sccr<;tary Seward', 
(amily physician, with a prescript ion: 
lor the S 'cretarv, at the same time held 
n his hand a Milail folded paper, saving 
n answer tx> a refusal that he must see 
ihe Secretary, a.s he was enlruited witli^ 
parrl'ular instruciions concerning thft, 

Imedicine. 

He insi.stcd en co'wf; up .-ilihough re- 
spectfully informed that no one < ould en- 
xer the ••hanibr r. He pushed the servant 
iside and walked heavily toward;, thei 

Secretary's room 

Ho was th'jre n-et by Fred Seward, o 

whom he demanded to se« the Secretary, 

making the sauni r^'prcsentations which 

he did to the servanr.. 

What further passpd in the way of col- 
loquy is not known, but the rami .'Struck 
uim on the head with a bill) s*^verely in- 
juring the skull i.nd felling him almost 
senseless. 

The assassin then rush'>l ir.tu tha 
•hamber and attacked -Mr. Seward, the 
Paymaster U. S. A . Mr. Hansel, a ines 
lengex of the State Department 
male nurses, disabbng them. 

He then rushed upon the Secretary who] 
was lying In the bed in the same room 
nd inrticted three stabs in the neck. He] 
bled profusely. 

The assassin rii.ihtd down stairs mount 
ed his horse at the door and roile off be 
(ore an alarm could be sounded in the 
ime manner ns the i.ssa'isin of thai 
President had dime . 

It is believed that the .Pjunes of the 
Secretory are not fat.il, ucr those of the 
others, altbou>?h both the Secretary and 
che Assistant Secratary are very severely 
[injured . 

Secretaries Sfuntoii and Welles, and 
lother prominent ofiieers of the Govern- 
ment called at Secret.ary Seward s house 
to inquire Into his condition, and th re 
jheard of the assassination of the Presi 
Ident. *■ 

They then proceeded to the house where 
dying, exhibiting, of course 



The Post al.«o published a dispatch to 
Clarence Seward which says Mr. Sew 
ard's wounds are bad. but not mortal 
He is compused. He has lost much 
Idood but no arteries .are cut. 

Frtd. Seward's skull Is fractured badly. 
Two places above the temple. He 
is insensible, and I fear he will die 

His brother's wounds are very ."light 
The Governor's throat would have been 
out if he had not rolled out of bed. 

J ATKU. 



kill or capture the assassin. The mur- 
'derons emissary of th». slave powerj 
'escaped easily and rapidly from the the-j 
latre, and mounted a horse and rode off. 
The mass of evidence to-night is thati 
J. Wilkes Booth ccmmilled the crime. | 
Whoever It ia there are reasons tor think-j 
^Ing that the same • old and bloody handj 
;.attempted the litr . Mr. Seward. 

'.Vasiiisoton, April 1;3. 
^■. ■ ■ ' ;atal shot was fired, Mrs, 



llWashlngton last night, and the grief 
jof all good men is upparent every- 
Iwhere at the demise c f the President. 
No flags were hoisted in this city thig 
|inorning until the conditijn of the Presi- 
ident was known, when they were all 
(placed at half mast. People appear 
^perfectly horrified, and the utmost ragt 
is undoubtedly felt tovards all known 
!secussionIsts and rebel tympathizers. 



♦ . •- 



|?LIiicuia, who was alongside her husband, 
The Doctor says Fred. Sew.anl's con- Jexblaimed "Oh ! vvhy didn't they shoot 
l.lion Is highly critical, but .not hopeless, jlme ? why didn't they shoot me !" 

WAaniNOTOV, April 1.5-12 :;>0 a. m H There is evidence that Secretary Stan 
Secretaries Stanton, SVelles, McCul-Wton was marked for assassination. On' 
icch, Dennison, Speed and Usher, haveait he receipt of the Intdiigcnco at the War 
just arrived at the place where thi Pre.- i Pi )i>partment of the attacic on th« President] 
lent is lying. There is no hope of hiiltJi wo employees of tlic de-paitment were| 
■ oovery. Thojittendhig physicians pro-rqj.i^^nt to summon the Secretary .lust asi 
nounce his ciso hopeless. His brains^^hoy npproached the house 8 man jumpedi 
are -^ oozing from his wound, and he is^or.t from bi-hind a tree box in front of theS 



eU 0«B. Orant in 'Vratliiac'Saa. 

BcuiiNOTOs", N.J. April 15. 
Lieut. Gen. Grant lef , here for Wash 
lington this morning. 

(Signed) Mm. U. S. GRANT, 



^m ^Avnti$mtvAf^. 



Office at Sink's Grocery Store, JackRon 8t. 
PsBseiigers, Baggage and Light Freight earrle4 
toandn-om Hotels, Depot, StMunboat Landing, 
and anywhere in the dty. 

▲. H. WIMBI8H. 

apl6 Preprietor. 



^ 



1 1 



BnHflg-ies "For Sal«- 

.Several hew and Spoond-hand Baggies for sale 
t bargains. 
SV Call ..; ...} ...I i.'ge Shop. 

K. L. WHARTON, 
ap6-d2w Ja<dcso»-»t., bet. 8th and 7th. 



1 






WANTED 



Five hundred men wanted by the undemtgned, 
living at Stillwater, to work In Saw ]IlUi,on the 
.>t. Croix Bourn and uafttng togs, for which the 
aieheat wages wUlt>e pild. 

o ULKNBOUUG, BOKCKKLEB fc CX). 



SCHC 
!nar.30-lm 



BK R8EY. BT APLBa tt HALL^ 
»KKD. 



Irupidly sinking. His wife and children 
tare at his bedside. 

I A. M. — The President Is perfeutly 
Iseitseless, and there is not thy slifihtes 



Ih-^pa of hia rocO'Cry. Piiysicians believe ^tended. - 



|hous>^ and ran away. It is well known toj 
[be the custom of the Secretary to go fromi 
'the Department to his hou.~:i! between 9| 
Sand 12 o'clock i'. :m., and usually unat- 



160 Acres, 

liW acrfs improved, situat'd near Tine Bend.l 
|l):ikota Couuty ; alsj the St<ck, Teams, Wagons,] 
I tools, ic, appertaining tliei-eto. 

f. D. AIL6WORTEI, 

apO tf Pine Becd. 



We have the State Agency for SKINNER'8 
JADJUSTABLB SUGAR CANE MILL, and 
lliave on liand a lot of choice Sorgham Seed, ••• 
Itected in the field by Mr. Sldnner. 
im-J5-tf BI6BLOW, MC7BDOCK k. CO. 



M 



AI.T VinrifEUABt. 



and two] 



ithat he will die before mornhig. All the 
Cabinet, except Secretary Sewurd, ar 
with him. Speaker Coll?x, Senator Far 
w.ill of Maine, and many other gentle-] 
a<'n, are also at the house, awaiting the] 
termination. 

Washington, April 15, 1:1oa. m 
— I'he President is slowly dying the brain 
[is oozing throug the ball hole in his fore 
hi-\(\. He is, of cou-se, insensible. There; 
,is nn occasional lifting of his hand, and 
heavy stentorian breathing— that's all. 

Mrs. Lincoln and her two sons are in a] 
room of the house opposite to Ford 
Fnea^re, where thi; President was taken, 
md adjoining that where he is lying. Cdr 
Suianer is seated at the. head of the bed 
Secretaries Stanton, Wel!e», Dennison 
IJihiT and IMcCulloch and Speed are in 
thi) room. A large number of surgeons, 
oenerals and personal and family friends] 
of Mr. Lincoln fill the house. All are in 
tears. 

Andy .lohnson is here. He was in bed] 
whon the assassination was comuiitt';d in 
ibis room at the Kirkwood. Hu w:is im 
mediitely ap;irised of the event and go 
ip. The precaution was taken to provide 
i« gaard ot soldiers for him, and thcHr 
were at his door l.elon! the news was well 
through the avenue. 

Capt. ilalhbont', of Albany, w.is in the 
oox with the President. He was slightly 
wounded. 

Washinoton, April l.'>— 1 MO \. m. 
Tiitt sj^reet in the vicinity of Ford'j the 
itre, was densely crowded by an anxious 
[isfowd. A guard has been placed acros 
renth Blrei-t at Fand E streets, and only 
certain official persons and pirticularj 
Iriends of the President are allowed to 
pafs. 

The popular hc.trt is deeply stirred. 
land the greatest indignation against lead 
ing rebels is freely expressed. The scene 
it the house where the President lies m 
\extretnis I.-, very «'xci;ing. Even Secre-, 
jtary Stanton is aflfected to tears. 

When the news spread through fhe city 
that the President had been shot the peo- 
ple, with pr.le faces and compressed IipaJ 
crowdetl every place where the;e wasi 
the slight. -.^t . hance of obtaining mforma 
Ition in refrar.l othe aflalr. 

After the Pre&ident was shot, Lieut 
Rathbone. who was in the box with him, 
jcan^ht the assassin by the arm, who Im-' 
'mediately struck him with a knife, and] 
unpRd Irom the box as before sti'ed. 

'1 be popular afVection for Mr. Linco'n 
has been f-hown by this diabolical assas 
siiv«'<>n. which will bring eternd infamy 

t3i\^v ivf nn Lta authors, b-.t upon t. 
liellisth cause whiih they dejire to avenge. 
Vice President .lohnson arrived at th 
house where the President lies about ouej 
o'clock, and^ill remain with him to the] 
iast. The President's family are with 
him also. 

As soon as intelligence could be got to] 
the War Depaitmcnt, the electric tele- 
graph and signal corps were put into re- 
quisition to endeavor to prevent the es- 
cape of the assassin, and all the troops] 
around Washington are under arms 
Popular report points to a somewhst] 
celebrated actor of secession proclivities 



it is supposed that the assassin iiitei\d- 
'ed to shoot him as he entered the house, 
but faileil from tha fact that Mr. Stanton 
remained ;it home during the ev;;ning. 

The horse of the man who made U-.e at- 

ack on Secretary Seward h.-^s bc<^n found 

near the Lincoln Hospital, bathed in 

sweat, and with blood uirju the saddlc- 

Iclothes. 

WAsmsinoN, ,\pril lo. 

The assassin ol President Lincoln h.-ft 
behind him his hat and a spur. The hat" 



We now can furnisii pure Malt Vinegar a»| 
|low as cominou auil adulter ited vinegar landedj 
Tfrom below. 

nuirvVEY &. GKEra. 

Order* cm be left witli 3. I!. & C. Grelg TlitrdI 
liitre>>t,St. I'aal. aprlK-2n)| 

U.XJC17101V : ^.XJCTIOJVI 



JA.9. J. XU!..!^ 

(Forwarding & CommissiOD 

AGENT FOR THE 
i NORTH WESTERN PACKBT COMPANY, 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, 
I MIL. AND PRAIRIE DU CHIKN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT CONTKACTED 
I TO ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 
THE LOWEST RATR3. 
Ad* Overcharges and Damagea promptly ad- 
[!<usted. 

OHice and Warehouse on the I^wer Levee, St. 



■KX 



A >Vagou, !» Curt, l!ob-Sl"ds, Plows, llarrows.l 
[Straw Outers, a Sail Boa:, Grain Drill, .Seeol 
Drill, Faoniup Mil!, Oou iter. Road Scraper.l 
Turuing I.atlie, Two Sewing Machine?, Pianol 

_. ^ ^Su>ol, Carpets, Books, Crosi cut Saw, FarraergT 

vras pickid up iu the Presideni'a box.andraj^jjj Qjjjp^.^j^jj, 'roois, Th ee Boxes of Glass I 
has been identified by parties to whom itg.joj.,.,, Chairs. Bedsteads, Centre Tables, Oil| 



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hr.3 been ^hown ac the one belonging to| 
the suspected man. and accnratfly de-j 
Fcribed tiy other y^'''''*'* not allowed to| 

ee it belorc dcKcnl'ing it. 

The spur w.vs dropped upon fhe slafte,! 
and that ul.so ha:i been irUi.tllied as thtl 
one procured at a i,l;i'id(: where the samel 
mrin bin ■! ;v hors« in the evening. Two| 
ja;ontlcmc 



Icioth, &c. &c. 

Sal* IVedncMtla.v , .WMrcb lO, 

{:\t 10 o'clock, at oar roomn. 



Agent for the sale of 

York and Micliigan 

LOWER LEV£E, ST. PAUL. 

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FAIRCUILD&CO., 
Auctioneers. 



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he was -^ o. , - 1 A ■ 

intense anxiety »n<V sol«^»t."^^ _^",.'.^mis the asiassin, bu!; It would be unjust to] 



heard 
"Has! 



and inviLf ine President and! 



present the gun to their State ; and a number 

of the Ijoys coming home about ttiat tirae.^evening 

/.._! u .i,-,, K,<^r.akt fhB trrtriiiv ainnsV^'other ofHcBrs, and get up a sensation. 

'1 he best data that can be obtained 



on furlough, they brought the trophy along 
with them as lar as Baltimore, where thay 
were compelled to leave it for want of funds] 
to pav freight. Gov. Miller, being apprised 
of this state of things, at once wrote to a 
transportation agent at Baltimore, to send the 
gun out immediately. On its arriving here 
he designs having a saiUble inscription placed 
apoB it, and keeping it as atrophy, to be fired 
ftrbapT 08 oar ssnonal analversaries 



[shows that there was not Biore than five 
[or ten moments difference between the] 
[time of the assault on the President and 
I Mr. Seward, showing that it was not 
I done by the same person. 

Various arrests have been made of 
[parties supposed to be implicated. Some^ 



[dent's box, when cries were 
Stand back and give him air." 
[any one <<timulants ?" 
I On a hasty examination it was found 
[that the President had been shot through' 
[the head, and back of the temporal bone, 
[and that some of the brains were oozing 
'out. 

He was removed to a private honse 
[opposite the theatre and a Surgeon Gen-j 
eral of the army and other surgeons were 
'sent for to attend to his condition. 

On examination of the President's box 
[blood was discovered on the back of the] 
jcnshioned rocking chair ia which the 
Prsisident had betn sitting, also on the' 
[partition and on the floor. 



mense crowd wai gathered in front of t 
bouse, auvl a strong guard was also sta 

cioned. . , 

There wore many persons evid'^ntiy 
supposing he would be brought home 
The city to night presents a scene of wild 
excitement, ac^omp.tnied by violen- 
xpression of indignation and the pro 
foundest sorrow. Many shed'tears. Ihe 
military authorities have dispatched 
mounted patrols in every direction m or- 
der if possible to arrest the assassins. 

The whole Metropolitan Police are] 

likewise vigilant for the sam-^, purpose. 

he attack both at the theatre and at 

ecretary Seward's house took place a' 

ibout the samn hour, 10 o'clock— a bo wing 

I premeditated plan to assassinate those 

entlemen. 

Some evidence of the guilt of the party 
who atUcked the President are m the] 
possession of thti Hoard of P..licc. Vice 
IPresident Johnson is in the city and hi 
headquarters are guarded by troops. 

Wasuixoto.v, April 15. 
The President's body was removed] 
from the private residence opposite FordV 
theatre to the Executive mansion, this] 
morning at 9 :30, in a hearse, and wrap 
ped in the American llag. 

It was escorted by a small guard of 
Jcavalry. General Auger i^nd othe 
military otlicers moved on foot. A 
ense crowd accompanied the remain* 
to the White House whn:re a military 
■Tuard excluded the crowd, allowing none] 
but persons of fhe household and person 
|al friends of the deceased to enter the! 

premi.ses. . 

^ Wasiiiscton, Aprd, !■>. 

rhe assassin, after he jumped to th 
Istage, was identititd a- one of those who| 
bad obtained a horse from tha liverj 

This man Booth his played more than 
once at Ford's theater and is of courSe! 
acquainted with th'^ entrances and exr 
— anl hence the facdity with which lu- es 
japed behind thi> scenes is easily under 

stood. , . f, 

The person who attacked becietary 
Seward left behind him a slouched bat and 
an old rusty navy revolver. The cham- 
bers were b'roken Lose from the barrel af- 
if done bv striking. * 

The loads were drawn from the cham- 
bers, one being but a rough piece of 
lead. The balls were smaller than the 
Ichambers, and were wrapped m paper] 
as if to keep thi^m from falling ouf. 

New Yokk .April 1-5— 12 :30 p. m 
A'di.^patch~from Was.^ington /ays- 
Fred. Seward is not dead, Im^ is in 
critic.il condition. 

Fred. Seward was assisting in fh 
nursing of SeCteiary Seward, and hi 
Ishoulder blade prevented the assassin's 
nife from penetrating into his bjdy. 
The prospects are that he will recover. 
A nimor is generally circulated that 
Booth, the supposed assassin, was cap-, 
tured If) mile!i from Hiltimore, but it is 
not officially nnnonncf-d. 

The Post's Washington gj»ecii;l says : 

Mr. Hansfd, the mf'sscnjierof the Stale 

Doparlment, who was in attendancn on 

Secretary Seward, .is dead. Sec. Sewar 

is in a very precarious condition. 

It is reported that Booth was captured 

thia morning. The story is that his horse' 

threw him, and injured him so severely^ 

that he was obliged to seek relief in a] 

e on the 7th street road. 



name him until some further evidence of 
his guilt is obtained. It is rumored tha' 
[the person alluded to is in cu.stcdy 

The latest advices from Secretary Sew-I 
anl reveal more desperate work there 
ban was at first supposed. Seward's 
wounds are not in themselves fatal, but] 
in connection with his recent injuries and 
great loss of blood, his recovery is con- 
sidered doubtful. 

1 It was Clarence .\. Seward, instead ol 
Win. H. Seward, jun., who was wonnd 
pd. Fred. Seward was also bidly cut.as; 
;vcre also the three nurses who were in 
attendance upon the Secretary, showing] 
that a desperate struggle took place, but^ 
not fatally. The wounds of the whole] 
party were dressed. 

W.^SHISOTOX, April 15 — 1 :30 \. m. 
I have just visited the dying couch o 
.\braham Lincoln. He i.s now in the ag- 
onies of death, and bis physicians say he] 
jannot live more than an hour. 

He Is surrounded by the members of 
his Cabinet, all of whom are bathed in 
tears Senator Sumner is stated on the! 
right of the couch on which he is lying, 
the tears streaming down his cheeks, and] 
sobbing like a child. All around him are, 
bis physicians. Surgeon General Barnes, 
is directing affairs. The President is un-? 
[conscious and the only sign of life he ex-| 
hibits is by the movtnieiit; of his r ghlj 
hand, which he raises feebly. 

Mrs. Lincoln :>nd hsr two vons are in 



went to the Secretary of 
War to ai [>iise him ol the attack on Mr. 
Lincoln, ilict at the re3i<len(« of the for- 
mer, a man uiutHed in a cloak, who, when 
accosted by them, hi.tcncd tiway. 
It had been Mr. Stanton's intetiliou to ac- 
company Mr. Lincoln to the Theatre and 
occupy the. same' box, but the press o 
business prevented it. U therefore seemsf 
evident that the ain of the plotters was 
r.o paralyse the conntn- by ut oiuc strik 
iig dowii the heaJ. the heart aud the an 
of tha country. 

As soon as the drcu'dul events were] 
announced in the streets, Supt'Tlntendent 
Fvichards and his assistants were at work] 
to discover the assassin. In a lew mo- 
ments the telegraph had aroused tbej 
whole police force of the city. Majw] 
Wallach and several members of the city 
•jgnvernmcnt were soon ou the spot 
and every precaution was taken to! 
preserve order and iiuiet in fhe city, 
Every street in Washington was patroled 
At the request of Mr. Richaids, Gen 
Auger scut horses to mount the police 
Every road leading o it of Washington 
was strongly picketed, and every possi- 
ble avenue of escape was thoroughly 
guarded. Sreamboats about to depart 
Idown the Potomac wi-re stopped. 

The Daily Chronicle 8&ya : " As it i^' 
B'ispected that the conspiracy originated 
in Maryland, the telegraph flashed the' 
monrofiil news to Baltimore, and all the 
cavalry w.is inmiediatcly ; ut upon active 
duty. Every road was picketed, andj 
every precaution taken to prevent the] 
scape of the assissin. 
A preliminary cxaniinatioji wa»_made' 
1\Ir. Richards au^ his a:.t:TstiHits. Sev-] 
]eral persons were called to tfstify, and| 
the evidence, as elicited before an inform- 
al tribunal, was conclusive to the point 
that the murderer of President Lincoln 
was John Wilkes liooth, the actor. 
His hat was found in the private bo.^ and 
identified by several persons who had^^ 
seen him within the p.ist two days, and^' 
the spar whlch.he dropped by accident af- 
ter he jumped to the stage was Identified 
ias one of thos.; which ha had obtained 
from the stable where he hired his horse 
W.\sHiNOTON, April l.'i — 11 A. M. 

The .S/a>- s.ayH : "At 7] o'clock the 
President breathed his last, closinfj his 
eyes as if falling asleep, a.f.d his counte 
nance afsaming an expression of peifeci 
terenitv. Tliere were, no indications off 
pain. 'The Rev. Dr. Gurlcy, pi the New 
SYork Presbyterian Church, immediately! 
on its being ascertained fhat lif- v.asi 
extinct, knelt at the bedsMe 3 • ' offered 
an impr.^ssivc prayer, which was i, .;'>ond-! 
ud to by all present. 

Dr. Gurley then proceeded to the front! 
parlor, wheic Mrs Lincoln. Captain Rob- 
ert Lincoln, Mr. John Hay, the private 
secretaries, and others, were w:uting,j^ 
wh^e he again oflered a prayer for tbn 
Iconsdlation of the family. 

Immediately after t he 1 resident's death 
a Cabinet meeting was called by Secreta ' 
ry Stanton, and held in the room in which 
the corpse lay. Secretaries Stanton, 
VVelles and Usher, Postmaster (ieneralj 
Dennison and Attorney General Speed, 
were present. The rc.s4ilt8 of the confer 
scncu are as yet unknown 



DR. «4. _ 

SURGICAL AHD MECHaJnCAL 

JRNTIST, would rcgpeottnUy Inform the olU- 
erne ot St. Paul, that he has opened an oflkoe la 
r 1 rk/-^TTi . Tr/-.ni-T/\%,T c^t * r t^ II lio«!erB' Bloclt, Over the Express Office. New 
LARGK AlimiO^ S A rPBi'-i'i »"Pfo»«^<» artificial Teeth Inserted on Vnloaa- 
UfVllUJi nUVJJA\/i.l »^-i»-lJl-B, a Plate, which for be*nty,oomfort,dui»MlItT 



I>KY GK>OI>S. 



On I'liureda,} 

t 10 o'clock, we will 



n<<xc, April -20lb. 

tell at Auction, witliou* 
limit or le t'tve, 



20 Pieces Heavy Brown Sheeting.J — 
Light Brown Sheeting, 
Bleached Sheeting, 
Bleached Shirting, 
iTints, 

White FLinnel, 
Blue Operti Flannel, 
8%tinet, 
Doeskin, 
Beaver C loth, 
DenimH, 
Undersliirts and Drawers. 

\nda large lot of tino Muinmt*r Hbawls. 

FAIRCHILD Sc CO.. 

apl8-St Auctioneers. 

Prices to Suit tlie Times.! 



iiid cheapD8B8 far exoel anything now in ose, 
If eth aibo inserted on Gold and BUver and war- 
'-anted to give satislaction. 

i<;xtraotrng, filling and all operations on the 
Ceeth done ir a superior manner, with llttls 
'lain and on muderate terms, 

The Profeseion applied with Teeth from the 
^eet inannf»ctur<>r«. apllf 



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COMING TO HMD 



OILS, PAINTS, GL&SS, 

VavnlslieSi Brusliee, 
PATEN'V MBDICINfeS. 

FUtiL AND COI4PLKTE ASSORTMfcNT 

Of everything in the 

ORXTO liUSTK , 

rv*>- 111, Tliird Street. 

VAWTEK & HOSE. 
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Oi*o-vor Sc Balcer'si 

CKl.KBEATHD HKlHKST FKEMICM 

SEWING MACHINES 

TUKRB ARE MOUE OF THEM IN USE 

THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 

IN THE WORLD! 

They will Stitch, Hum, Hem, Kel!, luck 
Braid, Bind, Cold, ami «, ailt, and are 

TUe Cyiily M:oohiti«» 

rii.vr wiu. 

Flmbioidei- Beautitully,| 

Cull and p«eth?m,at 

260, Greenljaf's Block, 

THIRD .STREICT, ST. PAUL. 
Alit. KINDS OK 

MAOHTNK WORKI 

done, and satisftction warranted. 

Silk Thi^ead Coil, &cc., 

Vor sale. 



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BEFORE THE WAR 



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8. K. ORK, 
Uen'I Agent for Minnesota, 



Reports jirevaii tlat Mr. 1 rctlvrick W-Bo^ Paul TTflrilimiio, SoftlfttV 
jSeward, who was klmlly ft^sisiuH: thelDl'. raUi naiJUOlUl^ DUOltJl/JT, 
nursb}; oi t^ecrttary Seward, received aj 
stab in tlin back, liia -sliouldir blade 



prevented tLe kniio or dagR<'r (roia pen-j 
etrati t; inlo bid ljc>iy. 'Ihn prospectaj 
arj that he wilt reco\e:. 

A report v/as cir«;uiat«J, rtpcatttd byj 
almost •^veryboily, tfcat Hoo h wui rap- 
tured lifteen uiilea tfaid tide ol liaUimore. 
It it be true, as asserted, that llie VVarl 



sit will doubt less Ij<^ olliuially proini;l{;ated 
The (iovernineiir oliicea aru cloi.ci bv 

lorder, and will lu; draped with iiublems 

jof monrning.^ 

Tbe roads.leadin'j to and Irouj the city 



an adj.iriing room, ia^o whiob 3.crefarydl>«P»rt»'«n'!'»« received a;, h inior.auou^ 
Stanton Ins jtist, por.e to inform them 
that the Prcvidcnt's jibysiciarts have pro 
nouncod liia cise bopel-'.^s 

As 1 pa.sH ihroHf^b llu; pa<?.if;*». to thr 
front door I hi'ar .■^b^:t'ks .-ir.d fies prO-jL 

ee^Ung from tbo room in wbiJi th« orie(-f/»<-<^ guarded, by """'^''-y ^^_ ,,„^^.^^^ 
strickwi wife and H.il.lren :u: .seated. iciUCUI.AilOVTHK WAR DErARTMENT 
Wo obtain irom Qoarti-rmaster (ien.N Piiovost Mah«<iiai. Qr.xKnM.'s 

th.i -->"»•<-« WAsiii.Nu-rxs, ApruL- 



li h:ai-, f 
.M. i2.< tbo follo«*ih? ftccount "^f th-i assa-^-W >» a».u.w.>..., .m'^" -^J.io am. J 

About h*!f oist ten o'.-look. nlll It i« believed that the assass.rmot tbe, 



asan dressed in a dark s.rt. -.rd bat, «r..'^Presid.Mi: ami Se.cretarj; .-ewa.-d are al- 
tered fhe privae boxin wli.b Wr. !.in-feitemptinf;t) e.-..a;K-lf. ( .uKUi.i. 
-oln nnd bis party, consisirog of Mr.s.i Yoo will make h careful ar.d morough 
Lincohi. Mi«s Harris a dau^her of Sen-feexamination of a 1 p«-r«onB .atleiupung to 
tor Hairi.-, and Cir.tai.i Karbbjii..., otWcrosa Irom the l.nited states into Ortua- 
\lbanv, were seated ' Imra-firately iipot.rdt, and will arre.^t .ill su?pi< ions pcrsjns 
openinV tbe door beadvan-td toward Mr »*{ lb.', n-ost vipilai.t scrutiny o-s 
Lincoln, wi<b a ?ix-bartel*?d revolver in'^lrmd tbe force tit vou. diBoo 
•lis ricbt hand- and a bowie knife in hiyVimanded. . " , , ,. 

|!j,f, " W A di-s^sipticn ot ibn pavtie.s Mipposedj 

' The Fre.sident, who was intent npor»^to be inipUeated iu ilie innrdrr will be 
he pifiy. did not notice 



ybur parti 
'ti is de-i 



Wtii COiS^CKRT, 

:SKR1E3 2; No. 4 

Vocal aud ]n)trumental, 

AT INOKUSULLl JIALL, 

ITTIURSDAY, Al^RIL 20, 1865.1 

Dlreclors— Mc8?rs. I loiierhofland ^oiiziua, 

I'ROCrI^AlVLMK. 

Pa iJT L 

I. Al!<'gro,(Svmpliony in D,)— Hayden. 

OKHKSTRA. 
/ puetlH-two violi is — Tiotti — Masters O | 

K»iiVr and Bit ihaid Dasst^l. 
.t. Mix^d Chorus— Ul()8f)'« WarniitK-Walaee 

4. bass solo— "It i< Knoufjh"— Irom Klljan-] 
Mendelsgohn— ar. Bruer. 

5, Plauo Solo— Mr. Ai'ood. 
PART 2. 

C. Marcli— "Union V )lantc«6' -Uempsiedt. 

ORCllli.lTRA. 

7. Uised Chorug-yJ'tilory be to God on High.' | 

Mozart. , 

8. Violia aolo— "Ca!>rice Fantaisie' — Vimac 

tPirpa — lJU.^t, llunckp. 

9. DliL'tte— .SopiBiio and lenor— ''O Come tc| 

M»-"— Kurken. 
10. Ovtrture— "ll'-lm Kehr ans dfr FreiBde"- 
MondeUsohu. 

OUCllKSTKA. 

II. Star Spangled B inner— Soprano Solofnd 

Chorii-. 

i>oorH op«'n at 7; Ei tertiitnmeot to comiui-nte 

at « o'clock. 'i'icki"ts lor sal i at t!i«' Music Stor* 

of Day uuJ .K-iik-?. 

ri<rb«ta **»«• 

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[side Lim rose to inquir 

■ time to ft.-ik thekj 
l.issassin what- be wanted, ho bad tire<lj 
[one cbarge from bis revolver, whieh tookj 

-ffect in the back of tbe Preoident'n bead 
JThe ball pa.'^sed through an<l oame opt atl 

ihe right temple. Capt. Rathbone, wb% 
'wai in the bo.x with Mr. Lincoln, .tt- 
'tempted to arreot ihe murderer, and onj 
jdoing so received a .^hot in bin »rni. '! hoi 
[assassin then leaped frcm ihe b"X on toj 
[the stage. 

Before be disappered behind the cnr- 

Itain, he turned, wiib a tr.igie flourish andj 

(tone, waved his bandkerehief aud sliouted, 

Sic Semper Tyrannise So Hiidilen wa.'^ 

[the affair that, for some uioiuents afterJ 

[its oc.'urrenee, the andienee supposedj 

it was pirt of Irhe play, and were only! 

unieceived by the manager aiiiiouncing] 
[from tbe stage that the President of ttiel 
[United Statea had been shot. The shockj 
Jell upon the audience like a thunderbolt,! 
[and loud cries wete immediately made to] 

:i9 ru li 



[WKMU'fA UB«S:X& PACKICI 

I VVi.l rua l.i-aoeforlh rigularly on the Minceaott 



„a„ ....^..■, npor»,c.to -- , , L ti 

the inteiru >tion,%t.-,legrapbed yo:uo<!:iy ; b-it m themean-|/^ 
and the Kcntleman who .van heated he-j]time be a;ti».» ...pre.ent.i.g the crossing: ^|-i3,sri 
ire tbe rea(»on of bisPol liny niM'>eio»»M>'-"oa;.. ^^ M saiiv 

(entry. Bdore he had time to ft^k the^ Hv crdtr of the Se..reti*ry of War. kj ' 

l>rukt't Hrigaiicr <jeueial, Kriv.r. a iifwr bosii iVr pa'^jeigers and tn-ight— 
.'.ct^ii;' l't')V>i.~M'.ir:'h:ii General. Mhji»two «ood ba'g-^s. L. Vf. PUSD, Ma8t«r 
■\ . ^ .«*.- ^ R. HcLAHAN.Uer::. 

Audiwv Julia«>««» S\v«»-ii ill as^j 

Prf*«I«lCI»l ol lli«» l^MSt*"*! flLi. Mauutacturcis .of ttapertor 



ORn»R TO HKAR PBVXViea* 
TO HKI.'- I-ASDJ OF MmORS, fcC. 

STATE OF MINKE.SOTA-COUNTY OF 
HENNEPIM-IN PttuBTECOCRT-sPECIAL 

In the matter of guardian. hip of Philomew, 
.•Sarah, .lohn, and Maria Provincial, nUaa •. 

On reading aud Uling the relation of William 
R Willlamg, guardian of said minors, r*pr«««it- 
ing among other thinge, that the atureaald 
minors aiP tcparately seized of certain real 
opiate in tho county of Cas*, in said Stat*. p*r- 
ilarlv described and set forth in said ptllUaa, 
iiind that It is neotssary that the same shaU be 
sold; and praying for lie nse to leU the same,- 
and every part thereof ; and it appewiagt* ibe 
wurt, fioii) ta id petition . that it U ne cessary tg . 
sell the same, it is ordered and directed that the 
next of kin to «aid minors, and to eaoi and ere- 
ry of them, and ail perscno intere«e4 In said 
^fltates, or any of tliem, appear before the JaOge 
of thlb Court, on Thurwlay, the 2ith da* of May, 
*. D. iw.'. at two o'clock r. m., attheCoatt. 
Houic iu Minneapolis, in said county ot Heaae- 
pin, tlicn and tl\ere to show cause, (If any thvj 
be,) why a license should not be giaatM to sua 
guardian for the sale of said real estate, aeeord- 
oe to the prayer of said petition. 
And It fs further ordered, that awpyol this 
oraer oe published in the St. Fatal Prees, ••"J 
newspaper printed and publUhed at ^/^^ 
St. raul In the county of Eanuey »■ •«*.toi 
state of Minnesota, and clrcttlattng 1" )*• "-JSi 
aid county of ca«s. for ^our wt^lupHot to mid 
day of heaiing. Dated April M. ^^^ 

Judge of Probate ol Henaepin ooontr, Mimm. 
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{', ,':icprLl 15 -12,M.-- An-)i muu 

w:\^ sworn .into olHce (i-: J ^ , 

'•■d I'^fi.tea to-day at J 

.. MeCuIloch, At-^ 

»1 uiid Chars wfre 



isO.VP A1M1> OAlVI>LE& 

tlj iCagle street, near Upper Lovee 



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JUDICIAL 



(<!.! U ami V iici.".' w»n; w 

reiittiked: "The dr.tiefl 
are oiiiie, and I wdl perform (hem, trust 
[injiJIi dod.'" 



New YOuk, April 16—9 a. m. 
latense sorrow is depicted on all toun- 
[tenaDces at the events that occurred inj 



I* ST Jl.VRUi:i, PUICE I'AIt eiS& 

L.a.<-il.iru.llo *va.iad[ *>rea,»e 

K I.K>0H. llaoilrdtW «.. W,PKAK«DSI. 

n.^Y ! HA.V : ! 

WaLKD HaV KU I SALE, in quinUtif* toj 
tult purohasurs, and delivered to any part of thej 
city. 

Inquire at tlie ottic* of 

PENNV h MKACHAM', 

ib23. lot* Upper Leve»<. 



SVATB eV MMMMl 
TRICT COUKT — BECOND 
DlSTRICT-KAMSET COUNTY. 
^Aana Herd against A4am Herd— SommoBS for 

"''"•*• iC.S.aermaaStaM,* 

j SO cents, canoellM. ( 

The SUteof Mlnnesotar-aa. 
To AUam Herd, Defendant. 

You are hereby summoned "* JJ^l^gS \? 
answer the complaint \a this ■f^-!'™*? 
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^U«H«D BAI1.T, TRI^KKLT AJTU WBBItUT 

Offioc^i^clioinias tiio Bridse. 

T« Mall »»l»««rl*»r» •• t*« lPr«M. 

In ordering the PRKS!. by mail, by obserrinJ 
the following .ugge-nlon.. much annoy.no^ l.| 
vcur.elv«.» and the pubiuhers may b« avoUod: 

AUajs Jaw -.oar letter, Klvctlwpc-t offl« 
couuty audStatfln lull l» wUitU you wi»h lli 
p»p«reent. and abo uame lUc •dltlon w:>nted 
whotUer daily, weekly or tri wwH; . 

It the Hubsctiptlou i- a r«ut wal. pivo Ih^ dit< 
at which ike for^uer subscription expires a-- 1 
shown on the printed direction label on the pa 
per. It Ir* desirabli- tliat a renewal be r.-ceived i 
lew day* proviou* to the explrstion cf the forinti 
sab^oription. 

In ordeiing a change iu the direction of a pa 
per, give the address to wliicli it hd=. been sout 
»s wflU as U.at to which you w;s!i it changed, am 
name the edition. 

it any porUon ot the letier Is Intemled fjr th. 
Editor, It should be written on a eoparate sh« m| 
of paper. ^^^ 



,0 called, are in the Union or out o( it. It| So"«» «f ••►'•og. 

ould, perhaps, add astonishment to hisSj i^j^y^ ^pgae again from the mystic dell, 
gret were he to learn that since 1 haveB^yj^^^g ^^^ zephyrs play and the echoes swell ; 
und prolessed I'uion mtn endeavoriugH^gj.|^g ^^ ^y jije wheels of old Chrono's car, 

,.ect you with joy-smiles from lands afar : 



IN MCMORIUM. 

Fresldt III Lirifoln'ti Last Speech 

HIS VIEWS ON PEACE AND RE- 
CONSTRUCTION. 



The Coiilemplatoa Polu-y of 
his .4diiiiiii»tratioii. 

THE PROPER REUTIONS BETWEEN 

THE SEVERAL STATES TO 

BE RESTORED. 

The Question or the Status of thf 

Seceded States Not to 

be Raided. 



A New Proclamation to the South 
Fore.-hadowed. 



April 11.— 
niluding tht 



From ih* N. Y. Times, April U. 
Washifotdx. Tiiesdav 
The executive departments, 
President's man.-ion. were aj-ain illunii 
natcd to-night and adorned with transpa 
rencies «nd national Hags, as were aUf 
many places ol business and privat» 
dwellings. Borfires blazed in inan) 
parti ot the city and rocket.s were fired 
Thousands of persons of both se.xes re- 
paired to the e.\ecutive mansion, and af 
ter several airs had been played by tht 
band, the President, in response to thi 
numerous calls, appeared at an uppei 
wmdow. The cheering with which ht 
was greeted having ceased, ha spoke a: 

follows : 

TUS PRE!f>lL>KNT's St'KECH. 

We meet this evening not in sorrow, 
but in gladness ol heart. The evacua 
tion of Petersburg and Richmond, ani 
the surrender ot the principal insurgeai 
army, give hopes ot a righteous andl 
speedy peace, who^e joyous expression: 
cannot be restrained In the midst ol 
this, howe^tr, He trom whom all bless 
logs dow must not he forgotten. A call 
tor a national thanksgiving is being pre 
pared, and will he duly promulgated 
Nor must those whose harder part gives 
us the cause of rLJoicing be overlooked.] 
Their honors must not be parceled out 
with others I my;,elf was near the 

front, and had the high pleasure of trans 
mittiog much of the good news to you 
But no part of the honor for plan or exe 
cution is mioe To (ien. (irant, his skill 
tul otEcers and bravj men, all belongs 
The gallant navy stood ready, but was 
■not in reach to uke active i)ait. Hy these 
recent •uix^ssesthereinaugurafion, oftbe 
national anthority^recon>uruction, which 
ha< had a share of thought from the^tiriit 
— is pressed much more closely upon our 
attention. It i.-i fraught with great tlilB 
culty. Uidike a war between indepen- 
dent nations, there is no authorized or- 
gan for us to treat with. No one manj 
has authority to give up the rebellion for 
any other man. AVe must simply begin 
with and mould trum disorganized und 
discordant elements. Nor is it a smallj 
additional embarras<<uieiit that we, the 
loyal people, differ among ourselvesi 
as to the mode, manner and 
measure of reconstruction. As a general 
rule I abstain froin reading the r?port3 of 
atta'.ks upon myself, wishing not to be 
provoked by that to which I cannot prop- 
erly offer an answer. Iu spite ol this 
precaution, however, it co.iiea to m} 
knowledge that I am much cen.«uied tor 
some supposed agency iu setting up and 
seeking to sustain the new State Govern 
ment of Louisiana In this I have done 
jast 80 much and no more than the pub 
lie knoia. In the anntuil message ot De 
cember, 1863, and the accompanying 
proclamation, I presented a plan of re 
construction, as the phrase goes, in whi h 
I promised, it adopted by the State, 
wonld be acceptable to and sustained b^ 
the Exec itive government of the nation 
I distinctly stated that this was not the 
only plan which might, possibly, be ac-l 
ceptible ; And I distinctly protested 
that the Executive 'claimed no right to{ 
say when or whether mem berg should be 
admitted to seats in Congress Irom such| 
States. This plan was in advance sub 
mitted to the then cabinet, rind approved! 
by every member of it. One of then 
suggested that I should tL'^n and in that 
couneciion apply the Emancipation Proc 
bimation ti the therefore accepted parts 
ol Virginia and Louisiana, that I should 
drop the suggealioD about apprenticeship 
for treed people, and that I should omit 
the protest against my own power in re- 
gard to the admission of members of Con- 
gress. But even he approved every 
part and parcel of the piap which has 
since been employed or touched by the 
action of Lou'.sunui. The new constitu 



o answer that question, I have purpose 
y forborne any public expression uponj 
it. As it appears to me, that question 
aas no: been, nor vet is. a practically 
naterial one, and that any discussion oil 
t while it thus remains practically imma 
.erial, could have no effect other than the 
iuschievtus ono ot dividing our friends. 
Vs yet, whatever it may become, that 
juestion is bad us the ba.sis ot a contro 
.ersy, and good lor nothing » 
i.crely pernic ous abstraction. V\ e all 
ivree that the seceded States, so ealled, 
ire out ot their proper practical relatiot 
AMth the Union, and thai the sole ot.iict 
)| the Government, civil and military, 
11 regard to tho.M- States, is again to 
• a them into iheir proper practical] 
'elation. I believe that ii is not only 
icjstible, but in fact, easier to dj tin 
.viihout deciding, or even considering, 
whether those States have ever been out 
f the Union, than with it. Findinj; 
liemselves safely at home, it would b 
itterly immaterial whether they had beer 
bi oad. Let us all join in doing the act- 
lecessary to restore the proper practica 
•clations between those States and tht 
lation, and each lorever after honestly 
iidulge Lis own opinion whether in doiKf; 
he acts he brought the States from with 
,ut into the Union, or only gave them 
proper assistance, they never having beer 
Hit of it. The amount of constituenc\ 
u to speak, on which the Loui-siana gov- 
- inent resis, would be more satisfacto 
•y to all it it coniained .".O.iXK). or 2l),(K)0, 
,r even 20,(X)0, instead of 12,0«);>. as i! 
iocs. Id is a so unsatislactory to som. 
-lat the elective franchise is not civen tc 
he colored man. I would niyself prtfei 
hat it wore now conlerred on lli ^ very in 
elli'^ent. and on those who terve o-ji 
a u^e as soldiers. Still ihe .I'leslion i- 
K.t whether the Louisiana governm--nt 
i.: ii stands, is quite all that is desirable 
1 he question is. will it be wiser to take i: 
la it is. and help to iaipr ve it. or to re 
)ect and <!isi;erse? Can Louisiana be 
^rought into proper pr.vtu il relatioi 
*ith the Union sooner by sustaining or 
ny discarding her new State government r 
Same twelve thousand voters in thf here- 
rofore slave State of Louisiana have swon 
illegiane« to the Un-oi. assumed to bt 
r.he rightful political power of the Sta'e, 
leld eleetion.s. organized a State govern- 
nent, adopts*! a Free State constituti.on. 
iving the benefit of public schools equally 
ro black and white, empowering the Legis- 
ature to conf -r the elective franchise up 
on the colored man. This Legislature has 
ilready voted to ratify the constitutional 
iinendment recently pasted by Congress 
ibolishing slavery throughout the nation. 
These twelve thous-ind {)ersons are th-;^ 
tuUy committed to the Union and lo per 
petuate ireedom in tbc State; committed 
■0 (he very things, and nearly all thing-, 
the nation wants, and they ask the nation'.- 
recognition and it.n assistance to raak 
ioodthis eommiital. Now if we rrjeci 
«id spura them we do our utmost to dis- 
jrganize and disperse them. We in fa'^ 
ssy to the white man. yen are worthless 
or worse; we will neither help you, no 
be helpv'd by you. To the blacks, w. 
say : Th s cup of liberty which these 
, our old masters, held tc your lip^ w- 
*ill daih from you. and leave yox to the 
:ha- ces ot gatbenng il'.e spilled an>l sciit 
■ered contents in some vague and iin 
Ide'ined wh<-n, where and how. It tbi 
course, discouraging and paralizing botl 
white and bla. k, has any tendency to 
Oring Louisina into proper practical rela- 
tions with the Union, I h.tve »o far 'neei 
unable to perceive it. 

If, on the contrary, we recigni?* and 
.u'.r.tin the newgoveriiment ol Louisiana 
'he converse ui all this is made rrir-. \V e 
encou'.ige the hearts and nerve ihf^ arm 
of 1J,OOV> to adhere to their work, ant' 
trgne for it, ;i(id proucvte fur it, 
light for it, and feed i', and grow it, and 
ripen it to a complete success. The color 
ed man, too, iu seeing ail united for him, is 
nspired with vigilance, and energy, and 
lariug to the .-^aoie end, (irant that he 
desires the elective franchise, will he 
not atain it sooner by saving the already 
advanced steps toward it, than by run 
ning backward over them? Concede that 
the new government of Louisiana is ti 
what it should be as the egg is to tiie 
(owl. we shall sooner have the fowl by 
hatching the egg than by smashing it 
[[..aughter J Agiiu, if we reject Ljuisi 
tna we also reject ont- vote in favor ol 
the proposed amendment lo the national 
onstitution. To meet this proposition 
f has been argued thi-i no more than 



Ana senM of beauty, all sparkling with dew, 
,1 have brought to cheer and to gladden you 
Delicate chaplets of blue and of pearl, 
1 have strew-n them far with the greenwooti 

curl, 
From Aurora's crown I've caught tlie hue, 
A:, sho scattered nisht with her wand of blue, 
And Vave painted it on leaf and flower, 
M..rc ?!aily to dccli each woodland bower. 
And the claisiea wild and the spiral grans 
Smile up from the earth as I onward pns.s ; 
A:\>\ iVagiancc and bloom around ine arc] 

.spread, 
|\\ here the suou laid deep in its wintry tied. 

And as I wakened the Howcr and vine, 
jciose on my tracks were the goddesses' wine -.j 
jhor music and sonp iVom streamlet and rill 
jcreathed on the earth in melodious thrill, 
JAs 1 snapped in twain their strong icy chain,] 
I.Miil sent them laujrhing through valley and 

plain, 
|.\nd iHJunding along to the sparkling sea, 
llhey warbled iu chorus. We're free, we're] 

free! 

|as in blossoming woof I ileck the lan<l, 
iMost gracious Minerva lends me a hnnd. 
1 \nil her lessons are writ on every leaf, 
j Ihat viiries the tints of my ro<y wreath ; 
ir.n- the richest bloom of my garland gay, 
l-;iill in its l.eauty is passing away. 



As onward I rolled, o'er fair southern plain, 
The lands were red where the valiant were 

slain, 
Ihit I festooned wreaths to l»ower and tree, 
And burst the rich huds with little of glee. 
t pressed the prisoner's cheek with a sigh, 
Kor hope seeine.l dying in his siiddened eye 
I kissed the dust where sleeps the brave. 
\nd (lowers keep watch o'er each lowly grave.] 
But I hastened along my song to trill 
I'd the weary hearts, sad, lonely and chill; 
Xiul I sing of a spring lieyond the sky, 
Where the Ihiwcrs blossom, but never die. 
MRS. D. ELLIOT. 



The 



LEE'S SURRENDER. 

Utter DemoralizatiODl 
of hii Army. 



Only 9,000 leU to Surrinder. 



Ilncidents of the Surrender and 
Feeling in the Army. 



hree-fourths ot those States which have 

aol attempted sece.-sion are neces- 

••ary to validly ratify the amendment. I 

do not commit myself agair^st ihit 

(iirther than to say that such a i-atiQcatioi. 

woul I be (luestionable. and sure to bt 

ptrrsiste ..ly questioned, while a ratitica 

tion by three-fourths cf all the States 

would be unquestionable. 1 repeat the 

question. Can 1.,-nisiana be brought in 

to proper practical relation with thi 

Jnioa sooner by sustaining. or by di.sctrd 

mg her new State (Jovernment ? What 

tias teen said ot Louisiana will apply ts 

other States. And yet so great peculiar-| 

ties pfirtain to each date, a'ld such im 

portant and sudden changes occur in the 

isarae State, and withal so new and un 

p;e eJeoted is the whole case, that no e> 

elusive and inflexible plan can safely b. 

prescribed as to details and collaterals 

Such e.xclusive and inflexible plan would 

iurely become a new entanglement. Iiu 

portant principles may and must be in 

tle.xible. In the present situation, as the 

phraze goes, it may be my duty to make^ 

some new announcement to the ptople of\ 

the South. I atu considering and shal 

not fail to act when satisfied that, action 

will be proper 

The President, during the delivery of 

the above speec:, was frequeitly inter 

opted by applause, and on its conclusion. 

in the midst of the cheering, the band 

struck up a patriotie air, when he bowed 

and retired. 

There were lepeated calls for Senator 

Sherman, but be wss not present. Sena 

, , . . . 1 ■ ..tor Harlan, ot Iowa was then called tor, 

tioo of Louisiana, deolanat! emancipation , ,. .,„ . „i ...^ u..a „..v...;a^a u 

* .u V I u. . .- 11 ■ and a ter the ai>pUuse bad subsKJea, h 

lor the whole State, jtractically applies • ' ... 

the proclamation to the part previously 
excepted. It does not adopt appren- 
ticeship for freed people, and is silent, as 
it could not well be otherwise, about th 
admission ol members to Congress. So' 
that, as it applied to Loui^«iana, every 
member ol the Cabinet fully approved 
the plan. The message went to Con- 
gress, and I received many commenda- 
tions of the plan, written and verbal, and 
aot a siogle objection to it, trom any pro-l 
fessed emancipationist, came to my 



Correspondence from the Army of the 
Potomac dated April tfth, says : 

*' Notwithstanding the correspondence 
)etween Generals Grant and Lee yester- 
lav, which led all to expect ft formal sur- 
i-rider this morning, the latter has everted 
lis energies to escape the not laid lor 
hiin. He marched rapidly all yesterday 
tfternoon and evening, until be ran 
lijainst Sheridan at Appomattox Court 
H .<u3e. A sharp fight ensued, resulting 
ill the capture of a number of prisoners 
ind checking their retreat. The 24tb 

nd ith corps were close up in support 
of the cavalry, and during the fight took 
•ij) a strong position across the main 
roid and on the south side of the Appo 
matlox river, cutting them off from re- 
creat in that directioa. Early this morn- 
ing Sheridan attacked vigorously, and for 
soTne time a brisk engagement was car 
ri:*d on. 

KL.40 OK TRCCE. 

About 9 A. .M., atlagol truce appeared 
in front ot his line, and he was informed 
fhat hostilities had been suspended. This 
was caused by an agreement made by 
Gen. Ord, consenting to a cessation of 
tiling, .so as to communicate with Genera 
Grant, and was done, it is sail, withoui 
oroper authority. Gen. Sheridan's Ad 
jutant General was allowed to come] 

hrough the rebel column to communicat 
with Gen. Meade, who stated that he| 
knew of no such arrangement, and thai 
hf was about to move northward in ac 

ordance with his previous inteDtloi) 
THE >*UHRKNDKR. 

(ieneral Lee, however, sent another 

nessage, aesiiing to have an interview 

with Gen. Grant to arrange the terms of 

<nrrender. and Gen. Meade was thus 

obliged to grant a two hours armistice in! 

order to communicate with Gen. Grant, 

who had moved around to the left d iring 

hejnight. Gen Grant consenting to see 

Gen. Lee and discuss the matter, about 

half past four o'clock Col. Whlttier, of 

Gen. Wright's staff, came in and report 

d the terms arrang d and the papers 

igned, when the greatest excitement 

prevailed throughout our lines, cheei 

iftsr cheer rending the air. 

KNTHrSl.vS.\l OK OUK .MEN'. 

Soon after. Gen. Meade's staff, with 
)ther officers, rode along the lines of the 
id and 6th corps, and they were greeted 
;vith the most enthusiastic shouts, the 
men throwing their hats in the air and 
lancing with joy and delight. No aucL 
scene has (^ver been witnesifed ia thi: 
iriny, and t'ae thanks of the whole coun 
cry are due to the brave men, and their 
heroic comaianders, at such a great and 
glorious result. 

RKSl'l.T.S. 

I;js understood that the men of Gene- 
ral Lee's army are to be paroled and al- 
owed to return to their homes. They 
'ive up everything in their hands ; but 
Tast night they destroyed a large amount 
[of property m the shape of wagons, gun- 
[carriages, baggage. &c. The number oi 
Lee's force is iiut down at 20,00<J. Very 
Ifew guns were in their poiseMion.as they 
abindoued nearly all they did not lose in 
!the action. Thirty-eight guns were 
brought in yesterday, and several to-day 
rh<' rankai'id file ol Lee's army are said 
to be well satisfied to give up the strug- 
gle, believing they have no hope of sue- 
but say if fi'^n. Lee had refused to 



are allowed to go where ^e please." The 
number of men that Gen. Leu claimed to 
be able to give up was I'J.OOO with mus 
kets, with as many more Irom the Com 
missary and Quartermasters' hospitals! 
and other departments, but the otiicers 
who have been permitted to pasj through 
their camp, assert that not more than! 
7,0(W or 8,(X)U will be found to have sur 
rendered. The cavalry operating with] 
Gen. Lee was also turn d over, but only 
a small force with broken down horse.sj 
ould be found. There is a report stat- 
ing that the beiit had been picked out and 
irnt to Gen. .lohnston. The number of 
guDH given up was thirty, with from oOO 
to KJO wagon.-:. Very little ammunition 
and no supplies were found. As an evi- 
dence ol the state of their commissariat, 
when they reached Farmvillc, the resi 
jdents tell us, they had been issuing ears 
f corn to the men tor several days prc- 
ious, but that a team from Lynchburg 
ot them there with flour and pork. Ol 
ome "J.OfHi horses turned over to us not 
more than 200 were to be found, and 
ingle ration of forage for each. 
Commissioner Ould and Assistant Com- 
luiisbary Hatch were captured on their way 
from Kichmond to Danville, and werel 
brought into camp Sunday. They had 
large Southern express wagon filled withj 
cigars, liquors and other luxuries, and, 
by some understanding were allowed tol 
go into (Jen. Lee's lines. They returned 
ast evening, and are said to have gone 
to Richmond on some business connected 
ith the exchange of prisoners. 
Orders were issued last evening for a' 
movement of the troops now here. Thel 
id and fi'h corps are to start this luorn 
ing for liurkesville Junction. The cav 
airy and 24th corps are to go toward 
Danville, while the .'ith corps will remain 
o take posscssson of, and bring away, 
the property and < fft-cts of Lee's army 
The trains are now moving to Hiirkesville. 
Brig. Gen. Smythe died on the Ut 
from the effects of wounds received on] 
the Gtb. Major (>en. .Mott, who was bad 
ly wounded, left tor h3me ihij morning, 
on leave of absence. 
Another account says : 

TlIK CI.Ofl.Mi !^('fc:xr..s. 

The closing scenes in the history of the 
world-celebrated army of Xorthern Vir- 
ginia, was an occasion ot absorbing in 
terest. On the closing of the confe.ence 
|in the afternoon of the Dih. Gen. Lee 
mounted his horse and rode slowly back. 
Gfe'n. Meade, by a special arrangement, 
had suspended hostilities until two i<. m 
~de 2d and (ith corps were ready prompt 
lly at the hour to open upon the enemy' 
olumns. but were notified that it would 
be dispensed with. They continued to 
'move forward until night fall, however, 

hen ihe enemy was completely burround- 
d, front, dank and rear. 

ESTHUSl.tSM or TIIK TROOP.S 

The reason of the suspension of the a'« 

ack was known at once by the troops, 

and shouts of cheers resounded along the 

utiro line of the regimental headijuarters 

— bands ma'ie the spring air resound with 

triumphant strains. Eirlv in the after 

oon heavy cannonading was heard in the 

direction of the 2d corps' front, but upon 

inquiry it was .tscertained to b ! a shotted 

salute, this time ia honor of our victory. 

THE r».>siTiox. 

The position at this time wa.s as fol 

lows : Sheridan, with the fith and 24th 

corps, lay directly in the enemy's front 

it Appomattox Court House, and the 2;i 

corps directly in his rear, being five or 

•tix miles apart in a bee-line, but three or 

lour tiiu.fS that distance by the course 

arojnd our rear. Gen. Grant solicited 

and obtaineil pencissioa to sond his dis 

patches to his corps commanders by the 

shortest line, passing through the reftel 

encanipiueut. 

illE .SL'RRKVUKR. 

The day had been pleasant, but at 
aightiall a slow dri/^ling rain set iu, and 
the morning was damp and foggy. Th 
party empowered to carry out tbe terms 
of surrender had been appointed during 
the night. At 10 o'clock, \. M , (ienerals 
Grant and Lee held a conference ^n tie' 
brow of the hill, a short distance iiOTtb of 
the Court House. Gen. Grant and his 
Istaff had been waiting but a momenti 
when Gen. Lee, accompanied by an or- 
derly, cantereil up and rode to the side 
|of the Lieutenant General. Gen. Grant's 
[staff. Generals Ord, Griffin, (iibbon and] 
Sheridan, with their respective staffs, 
were present, grouped in a semicircle 
ibout the central figures. The country 
to the north was open and cultivated.' 
The Court House is situated on a ridge 
of small hills running east and west, and 
Lee's army was on a parallel range with 



S^pM§iAim. 



A KEW REASONS WHY THE 

AMERICAN WATCH 

IS TUE BE.sr. 

It is made on the best principle, while the for 
lelgn watoh i^ genej-ally made upon no princlpli 
|at all. Th9 foreign watch l.f mostly made by wo 
men and boys, iiY hani>. While their labor IbI 
li£ap. their work iij dear at anypiice. Such' 
natcboB aro mide without plan, and sold withou 
[guarantee. They are Irregular lo construction 
ii^l i|Ulte as irregular in moveraeiil. They ar 
desigiieil only to sell, ami tlin buyer i;; th<i party 
tliorouglily solil. Those wIki have kept 'ancres,'| 

I'pines,' ami 'iwins levers' in proteBsed repai 
lor a fi'wyear-t will appreclat"? Iho truth of ou 
siuteuient. 
nil. 1'I.AN OK THK AMKKICAN WATCH 

Instead of being made of several hundred littli 
pieces, screwed together, the t>ody of the Amer- 
ican watch Is formed of »OI.IU I'l.ATKS 
jir Interferes with the hariiioiiy of its working, 
iiul no tudaen shock can throw its machinery 
.jUtofg''ar. In riding, ur any business pursuit, 
It is all held together as Urmly as a singlii piece 
ofmetul. It Is Just wliat all machinery ahoald 

Ist. ACCURATE. Ud.SIMrLK.Sd. BTttONO 
»th. ECONOMICAL. 

We not only secure CMKArNKSS by our sys 
tein, but gUALITir. We do not pretend that 
our watch lan Iw bought lor lesi money than th< 
foreign iH('Av-fc<'//('r<'.<, but that for lis real value 
it Is sold for ooe-hall the price. 

OUK SOLUIEtt'vi WA rCH (named Wm. EI- 

ler>), U what Its name Indicates— so. id, subitan- 

fial, and alwayn reliable — waraanted to stand anj 

mount of nurchlag, rldlog or llglillng. 

tlURNEXT HIGH ElKiUAt IIY of WATCH 

named r. S. Bartlett), IsBlmilar in size and gen- 

.>tal appearance, but has more j.-wels, and a more 

iaborato tinish. 

OUR L.4.UIK8' WATCH, recently brought 
111, i> put up in a great variety ol palleni.*, iuhu) 
>l them of rare beauty iind workmuoship, !s <4uite 
Mnall, but warranted to KEi-.I" TIME. 

OUR VOU.VO likNIl.E.MAN'S WATCH i- 
ueat, not large, and just the thing for the pocket 
if Young America. 

f HE I'ttOOK ol the ru»rits of our watch ina; 
ae found in the fact that we now employ over 
seven hundred uorkmni In our factories, and 
lliat WJ arettili unable to supply the constantly 
ncrca.-iug deniund. 

OUR TUKEEyUAKlER H.ATE WATCH 
is thinner and ligtif^r than the othere we have 
lescriced. Its tine chronometer balance Is dell 
citely adjusted to correct the variation caused by 
changes of temperature. These watches are the 
units of the latest experini ills In chronometry 
and are made by cur best workmen, in a sepirate 
department of our factor) . For the linest time 
aeeping qualities they challenge comparison with 
th<- b-«st works of the most iamoas and English 
xud Swiss makers. 

KOBBINS A APPLETOIV, 

AOE.XrS FOR THE AMKKICAN WATCHCO., 

l32 Broadway, New Y'ork. 

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flity-Ave hundred physlciani use them In their 

practice to the oxclusioii of other purgatives. 
The first letler of their value is yet s.arcely ap- 
preciated. When ♦hfjr are better known sudden 
death and continued sickness willbi' of the past. 
(.«t those who know them sp4!ak right out In 
Ithelr favor. It is a duty which wlU save life. 
Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated 
fie at this season, and it is b« dangerouB as It Is 
revalent; but Brandreth'a Fills afford an inval 
uable and efficient protection. By their occasion- 
al use we prevent the collection of those impuri 
ties, which, «hen in sufficient ijuautitie^, cause 
ISO much danger to the body's health. They sooi 
[cure livi'r complaint, dy8p<'psia, loss of appetiie 
ain in the head, heart-burn, pain in the breast- 
bone, sudden faiutncsg and costivenegs. iiold by 
II respectable dealers iu medicines. 

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BUTLER'S FIASCO 

At Foit KIsher wa." scarcely a greater fallure| 
jthan is daily made by mo.-'t of the tdvertlged ha'r 
lyes ; nor was Terrv and Porter's Victory more 
do complete, perfect and glorious, than the conque8t| 
achieved by 

CRISTAUORO'S HAIR DIE 
Over gray, red und sandy heads cf hair. The ob-l 
noxious hue Is wiped out in live mluuteii, nnd ul 
mHgnlticent brown or black, glossy and naturul.F 
takes Its place. Manufactured by J. Crlstadoro,! 
s'o. 0. Astor House, New York. Sold by Urug-i 
gists. Applied by all Uair UresHers. 

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U.S.7 3» LOAN 



^i\x0ixA% 



RkLIKP in TKN MlNUTiCa. IJUYAN'tl 

Piti.mo.nk; VV.\kkks. — The most certain andj 
•"iieeily remedy ever discovered fornll l)is<'u>"'rt ol! 
the Cliest anil Lungs, CuiigliH, Colds, AHtliiiia, 
ConHumption, Ilrouciiltls. Inlluenza, HoarsenesB 
Dimciilt Hrenthing, .Sore Throat, Ac. Ac. 

I'Ik-hc Wafers give the niii«t inHtHiituiieous and 
;erti-ct ri^li'f, and when ni-ri-everfd with accord 
iig to dln'Ctlons, never fail to ellcct a rapid anol 
lasting cuie. Thousands have been restored tol 
^lerfcut health who have tried other means in| 
ill. To all clasHes and all constitutions theyl 
ire eijually a blessing and a cure — none needdns-l 
pair, no matter how long the dl.teasu may havi-r 
xirtted, or lidwever severe it mav be, provldedl 
the organic structur*f of the vital organs is noif 
li<i|H-lessly decayed. Every one atUlcted shouldj 
i;ive them an Impartial trial. 

fo ViK;Ai.isrs anil IVKl.ir Shkakkks, Ihegjl 
\V Lifers are iiecullurly valuatde; they will in oni-| 
iiy remove tite most suveru occasional hoarse 
iiess; and their regular u.-ie for a few days will, 
t all times. Increase the power and Hexlbllity oil 
hi- voice, greatly Improving its tone, coiupasKl 
lud cli'arness, for wlilcli purpose they are regu f 
arly used by many jTnlessional vocalist*. 
JOB MOSES, Sole Proprietor, 

L'7 (;ortlaud-st.,New York. 
Price 26 cents per box. Kor sale in St. I'aul b> 
Riggs ; Sims, Vuwter A Rose, and Combs, 
oovio-eowlvw 



^tiiceUaueons. 



A KOTE OF WARNING. 



Let the poet .» say what th-iy will. iFp/iag !■< a 
treacherous sraron. It "trieth the bones." Of 

ts damps and logs, its east winds and its capri. 
clous temporaturc, come the burning heits and 
the Intcrmlltenl fever. Miasma thaws out of th 

arth in cloudi under the vtrnal beams. At no 
perloi of the veai- doe-t the system requlri- 

treugtheniog ia-T< 



FLAX MILLS, 

The Union Flax Mills Company, 

OF.C-UICAGO, ILL., 

are manufacturing and desire to extend the useof^ 

S. A. CLIEMIiiIVS' 
Improved FLax-C'leaning 

AMD 

FLAX-SEED THRESHING MACHINES. 



By authority of the Sec -etary of Ihe Treasury ,5 
tbe undersigned has assumed the Ueneral Sub-I 
scrlption Agency for thasalcof United Slates] 
Treasury Notes, bearing I even aad three-tenth: 
per cent, interest per annnm, known as the 

e^even-Tliiirty Loaii.| 

These Notes are iBsued under date of Junel 
15th, lifidS, and are payabl-t three years from thail 
lime, in currency, or areconvertible at the uptiotl 
of he holder into ♦ 

U. S. 5-20 Six per cent. 
aOLD-BX3AR:CNa BONDS. 

These bonds are now vorth a premium whiclf 

lincreaBog the actual proilt on the 7-W loan, and| 

li/s exemption from Stn. e an,l Aiunicipal taxaA 

\iioti adds from one to three per cent, mere, nc-j 

:ordlng to the rate le led on ottu-r proper!}. I 

The Interest Is payable b >mt-aunnally bycoupoLij 

Lttached to each note, vtiich may be cut otT ano| 

[■lold to any bank or bunker. 

The Interest amounts 'o 

Oa« €>«•■>> p«>r dtty i>u ta I^Stt om««. 

"rMAcvBU" '■ i^iuo 

•Zi» ' i^l.o;:o " 

#1 " " 4i.>,uoo 

Notes oi all the deuon Inttlons uaim^d will tx 

[promptly f urn tniied u|/Oi. rcc<npt of subscriptions. 

ind the notes futuunlec nt once. The iiitores.l 

l.'ith .lune next v\ill b" paid In advance. Th.Blsj 

THE ONI Y LOAN IN MARKET 

|Now.<<l1ered hy the Uoirernment. and it Is oonS-j 
lently ey.pceti-d thai lt« superior advantages wll.| 
Imake it th>i 

Great Popular Loati of the People.] 

Less than t.tCd.'-'/O W/) oi tl." Loan uu'horizeii 
by the last Congress i.re itow ou the market. 
This amount, at the ratr ut uhicti it is bi'Ing ul><| 
sorbed, wl.l be subsci it/>-d fur viithin the nex 
four mouth.s, wheu tlie uotes \(ill uudcubt 
edly command a premium, as has unilurmly U'cr 
the case ou closing t le subscriptions to otheij 
Loans. 

In Older that citizeis of every town and sec-l 
tion of the cuuutiy may be atfordod faLtlitii^s foi 
taking the :oan, the National lianks, 3tateBauki 

ad private Bankers througliout the countr; 
have generally agreed to receive subecriptiousai 
par. Subscribers will nclcct their own sgcnis, iij 
whom they have contiiieuce, and who only are tc| 
berespouFible lor thetlellvi-ry of the notes lot 
which they receive ora?i«. 

Subscription Agent, Philadelphia. 



FIRST DIVISION 

1st. PAUL & PACIFIC R.11. 

On and after MONDAY, NOVEMBEB Ttb, 
[Piissenger 1 rales wil run as follows 
CiOIKCi V«'JEIIT. 
AIORNINa. 

lueaTBsSt.Psal 

JLtCaves St. Anthony 



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.8:46 A.M. 
.0;1OA. K. 
.0:4} A.M. 
10:06 A. »f. 
10:26 A. >:. 

..S:Mr.li 
. .4 :20 r. !* 
. .4:44 V. h 
..6:26 P. w 
..6:45 P. M 
. .«i:06 p. M 



I i^eaves Manomin 

|L«avc8 Anoka 

iLieaTeg Itasca 

Krriv? at Elk hlver 

EVENING 
lUeaves St.Tanl 

L.eaTOB St. Anthony. . 
1 Ocaves Manomin . 

.'' lives Anoka 

i arrive at Klk Ui ver 

CiUIXO EAST. 

MORNINQ. 

uOaves Elk Uiver 

luCaveS libilCl ., 

I Leaves Ahoca.... 

I Lenves Manomin 

Jt.eavce St. Anthony 

i.\rl7e atst.l'aiii 

EVENING 

|ii«aveB E k Blver...^ 

litejiveB Itasca 

.eavHS Anoka 

I lA-t^vci Manoidn 

yeavCii St. Anl!:'jny 

I Vrrive at .St . I'aul , 

TI KE i'8 muft be purchased at the Stalionn, 
Ijr an extra rate will be collected by the Con- 
lluctor. 

».A>i.v rnEiciM-r traiss. 

kilng Kai<t A.v, 

iJoing Went P.*;. 



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..7:«6A.Si 

..8:0a A. Ai. 
,..8:86A,ls. 
..» :10A.M. 
..0:46 A. k. 

,.10:26A.U. 



S:2Sp.h 

11:46 P. M 

« lup, I.. 

4:45 P. M 

3:16 I-, u 

6:6Sp.!« 



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P. R. IkELAKO, Sup't. 




N*'w Route 






VIA 



tban at this. To fall sick 
now U to be ioi'ipaci'.nt. d froui struggling with 
the heals of i-uiiinier. Who d'vir.-s to met- 1 the 
tilaiing weather of 'uue, .luly am! August, with 
nil crganlzation enftebled b> spiiug aisea.oes ? 
Now Ii llii» lime to relnlorce uaiuie aud render 
the fram.- and llie cousiitutiou Fummer proof 

As soon as the frwSt geti out of the earth the 
itfiinach seenii lo lo^e its tone and ths appetite 

o fade. An indescribable lassitude overcomes 
ihebody aad mental energies, an 1 slight exer 
tioas often bring on palpitation aud nervous tre^ 
mors. These sjniptomsare the mute demand! 
of thephyslijue forheipand .siccor. Thelntlu 

Lce of the season Is depn^sing even upon tht 

vljjoroui, while to the naturally f.eble it is still 

[mor.! disi-itrous. Truly death reaps a heavy 

harvest in March, April and Ma". During those 

moutlH the dysp-ptlc, the bilious nnd thd hypo 

cl.ondrical always •^ulfer most severely. Against 

■ill the ailments produced by miasma, sudden al 

ternation< of tempei-«ture,e.vpo8ure or close con 

auement in doors, HOSTEITEK'S BITTERS iBJ 

the most jiotent of all medicinal safeguards. B' 

in time 1 Be in time ' Sold everywhere. 

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directed attention to two principles set 
lied or to be set.'! cd by the closing con- 
.est. First, the American people had de-| 
cided that a msjori'.y of the voters ol the 
'iepoblic shoulil control its destinies and| 
ihe incipient process of making its laws 
Second, that no part ot the Utpublicj 
hould ever be permitted bv force to «ii 
vide it. The punishment of traitors lay 
in the hands ot Congress ; and the Cori-j 
|stitution pointed outcleirly what consti-j 
tuted treason. Those who hatched the! 

knowledge until after the news reachedfj''"*^f'' ",'''°"'*^ ?""^"'" 'b".,Pe»a*;y ? ^nd 

Washin^on that the people of Louisianai"'''*^ ^'"'6'^^' ^'t ''^f !"\l ^''.,.'"''^ 
" . r r ^the future in the hands of the citizens 



Jro ihe last. 



I'he officers are somewhat 



small ravine and stream between near- 
ly due north of our forces. At the head 
of his column were hij trains and artille- 
ry, and his infantry and cavalry were in 
the road, so that but a small portion ol 
tbe rebel army could be sent irom the 
Court House. 

As Gen. Lee galloped up, Gen. Grant 
rode out two or three rods td meet him 
Gen. Lee rode squarely up, saluted in 
inilitary fashion, and wheeled to the side 
of Grant. Th.^y conversed earnestly for 
nearly two hours, until the officers ap 
pointed on both sides to carry out thi 
stipulations of the surrender, had report 
ed far duty. Gen. Lee expressed the opin 
on that if Gen. Grant had accepted his 
proposition lor an interview in person 
several weeks since, peace wonld proba- 
bly have resulted. 

TIIK CONVKRS.tTION 

The greater part of the conversation 
which passed between two of the greatest 
mditary men in the world, upon this oc 
casion, was of course private, and un- 
heard by any one but the speakers ; but 
*e gather enough to know that Lee gives 
up the idea of Southern independence as 
liopeless. and considers that any furthe: 
resistance on their part wonld be a use 
less and wanton t-ITusion of blocd. The 
rebel officers • in conversation almost 
aninimously express the opinion that 
Johnston will also surrender the l^rcts 
under his command, when he hears of the 
mrreoder of the army oi Lee. 

CLOSK OF THE INTERVIEW. 

A little before eleven o'clock the in 






A great many side hits are being made at thi 
'lautation Bitters, by a score or two of dlBlnter 
■sled fVlends who have endeav ored to imitate oi 
wuntorfeit them. It's all of no use. The peoph 
*on't be long Imposed upon. The Plantation 
Bitters are increasing in ust. and popularity ever 
lay and "tliat'e what's the matter." They ar« 
in Bime slied bottle, aad made just as they wen 
it first, and will continue lo be, or we shall stoi 
oiaking them. 

fhe Plantation Bikers purWy, strengthen an<J| 
nvigorate. 

They create a hcaltny appetite. 

They are an antidote to change of water and 
Hot 

They overcome efTects of digslpatlon and latel 
loura. 

They Btrengthan the syatAm aud an < 

nind. 

They prevent mlasLu&tlo and ent fev. 

TS. 

They purify the breath and acidity of the stom^ 
ch. 

They cure D^ epesBia and Constipation, 
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera MoT' 

)Ug. 

They cure Liver Comp'aint and NeiTOue Head 
u:ho. 

The> make the weak strong, the Unguid brll 
lant, and are exhausted nature's great reBforei 
The Hocipe and full Circular are around each hot 
-Ic. Clergymen, Merchants, and persons who*« 
cdentory hablta Induce weakness, lasBl'ude, pal 



Several of these Flax-Cleaning Machlnea hive 
recently been put in operation in Flax Blills ln| 
thi? region, anJ on* of them may be seen run 
ning in this city, which, driven by twenty-horsi 
motive pjwer, and at ended by five men, pro-] 
duces at oua opeiatlon, trom good dew-rotte 
flax ftraw,a superior qualily of clean, long and 
open Flax Tow at the average rate of 1 ',' tons ol 
fow per day. 

For this Tow there is a large demand at the 
(East lor I'pinning purposes— the present require- 
ment l>eing from M to 75 tons daily, and the de< 
(nand rapidly increasing. 

For the purpose uf developing the budiiegs eg 
tablished by cur machinery, and the dem:ind ior 
its product we propos.- to co-operate with local 
capitalists at desirable jejiuts lor growing Flax 
in the Northwest, ou the business basis of an 
qual division of net proiiig. 
The plan of the prupostd oo-opeia ion, in gen 
eral terms, is as lolioAs, viz: We furnish for 
use and get np one of our Fiax-Cleaniug Ma 
chines in the Flax Mill provided by the co operat- 
ing party, ami ul.-'O furnish a oktlllul hand to in 
struct iu running the Mill and keeping the ma 
chinery in order, giving also the benefit of our 
I'.ong experience in the Flax bnsine.«s, and offer 
ling special advantages in marketing the product 
i the mill. We also propose t« f\imlsh, for the 
se of each Flax Mill, S. A. Clemens' FUx-seed 
riireshing Machines, both for removing seed ana 
eed ends from flix straw liound and kept 
jstraight, aud for removing seed from tangled 
straw, each machine removing and cniihlng 
[the seed-balls, ready for winnowing the seed 

The local co-oporatlng party will provide:— 

First, % Flax Mill, building and twenty-horse 

Botlvc power, with Bhaftiug, tc, for conveying 

he power to the Flan cleining Machine. SecomI 

two Flax Barns, each of capacity to store 250tong| 

f Flax straw. 37iijv/, ample grounds in the vi 

inity of the Flax Mill for Flax Harus aud fo 

tacking Flax straw. Fourth, hay scale, platfor: 

cale, power baling pre.^.s and Implements lor thel 

Flax Mill, fifth, about 1,500 tons, orthe product] 

f about 2.000 acres, of good dew rotted Klax 

trawounualty. Sixth, labor and teams for oper- 

ttng the Flax Mill. 

1 he co-operating party can make, as his share 
net, annual profits of tVora two to three hunare«i 
tier cent, on his permanent investment ol aboui 
>10,000 required lor a h lax .Mill. 

rartlos proposing to start Flax Mills shoulo 
make immediate arrangements for putting In, 
i>^|^ this .'pring, the necessary crop, by aiding 
tlWfianners in the vicinity of the propo-ed Flax 
H ill to get seed, and by contracting w ith them fo 
i.OOO acre- of t laic, sown at the rate ot 1 ^i bueh-l 
rtN to -an acre. 

We have made arrangements with Linseed Oil 
raanufiicturers, by which co-operating parties can 
get Flax Seed loaned by them. 

We we jirepared to give further and full infor 
mation relative to tho Flax bu iness, and » ill 
ipnd onr circulars to those requesting them ; and 
will also exhibit one of our machines running In 
the city, and refer to the parties u.«lng them eUe- 

**""^'i;stojr EI. AX M frill co. 

JAS. .1. WALWORTH, Pres't. 

S. A. CLEMENS. Gen'l Sup't. 

A^-Oflice, 225 Lake street, Chicago, IU. 

apldim 



SUBSOniPlIOKS WIl 1. UK KII.CKIVKU by Ihej 

F'iY^i National Bank of St. PaulJ 

AND BV TUIC 



Second Nation.ii I^'k of Si Panl. 



March -i:,, IH<A, 



apr ."{md&w 



The Ninth l^ational Bank! 

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK. 
CAPlTAIi, fl.<li[»0.000 I*Ain IK. 

FISCAL AGENT OF ID I 1 .SMIED STATES, 
AND SPKCI.VL AaE.%T F<"i* .i.vv CooKE, Srn-| 

Hi:KlPlMv>i AGKXT, 

lVilld«liv»r7-.10 :Vo(««a fr»« of cliarg;«| 

by exprejis, in all parts ol ihe country, and re-I 
oeive in payment cliecks on New Yorlc. I'hlla I 
dolpuia and Boston, cirrent bills, and »U five peil 
cent. Interest note<, with interest fodaie of sub I 
scription. Orders sent bv mall will bt'* prompil>l 
filled. This Bank receives theaccaunt.s of BallK^I 
md Bank-rs on faveiaDle terms ; also of indivlrtf 
uals keeping New Vom ace lunt". 
J.T. lilLL Cashitfi. J. U.ORVIS. Pres't. 



JRochester and Wiiioiia and St. Peter 

ItAILROAO. 

A l'a»sen;;irr trp.ln I'-avot Rochester dally at 7 ■ 
111 A. M . arii^ing at Minotia at .'■ u'ciock, i\ m , 
|;<innuctltt;. with li.e 

J!kIinno80ta HfagoCo.'s Iiiiie 

Ifor I.a Crosse. 

Hetcrulug, Ir-aves Winona at 6. SO P. M., arriv- 
ing at Kocle (■ter ut 10 P. >t 

I'ar-'engers by this route ttop over night t.x 
[Koch( ster and make the same time to add iror.i 
lit. i*a-ilas by the Ki'.er Koute. 

F>jr Tickets apply to the Minnenota Sta^.) 
ICoBpaay'st.'UJi'e, 

JOHN NEWELIi, 
dectstf Hu|tfrint«B<t«nt. 

|r'MnMT»IVI>tl05l ST.PACI. AE» 

ir PACI) IC UAILUOAD. 

I.*H1> DKJ-'T, M.M."* ami BkaNCH i.lSKS, i 

ST. »*Ml., Sept, l«, lsa4. \ 

NOTICE 
|[0 SETTLERS ON K.lt. l\m^ 

All persons claimiiig land at Goverr.mecti rlc c 
«ho i>i6ide in the l ownsbips named below, are 
I. rcby cctlBcd that the i. ompany has acquired 
he lee to the Uailroad lands located in kbid 
townships, and ihoy are hereby requir* d to make 
>roof of their right to the lands occupied ty 
,hem, and make payment tlirretor according to 
:h<3 laws regu>aliug the Eame. 

Konge. 

roT'.-ns SI , SI, 120 Zl 

Towns 31, S2, 3i, 120 22 

Towns 31, 82, 33, 31, V.9, 130 S3 

fownsSl. o2, 3;i, 34, 35, US, 110, 120, and Sec- 
tions 1, 5, and 7, of Town 117 M 

Sections 1. :<, 5, r, 9, li, 15, ir, of Town 117 25 

4;id whole Towns 1 18, 110, 120, 121, 32, 33, 34, 

go 23 

Sections 1, 3, 6, 7, 9, 11, 13, 16, 17, ol Town 

n-' 20 

iect'ons 1, II, 13, 22. 26, :«. of Down 118 2t> 

Sections 1, II, 13,2:1. 26, 86, of Town 110 26 

Ah'jlo Towns 120. 121, 3.S, .34, 35 2i> 

.. ciiung 1. 3, 5, 7, 9, II, 13, 16, 17, U», 21, 88, Oi 

Town 117 27 

^lioleTowuB 120,121 S7 

UEO. L. BKCKEU, 
aepl6-tf Land CommlBBlonor. 



amti^at^ ^i-MsMts 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 



PAST FREIGHT LINE 



RE - OPENING 

a K E A^ T 

ICENTRAL ROUTE 

iNo Passports Required I 



ON AND AFfER SUNDAY, MARCH 

l&i',5. Passenger Trains via the 



12. 



MICflRMN CENTRAL R.R. 



We wonld again ctll the attention uf 
chants to the inducements offered by this 
Known Company for the 



Mcr- 
w. 11- 



VTUl leave Chicago at 



TraiiBportati cu of Freight 



4>:OOa. 

.'*:(tO fk. 

I4»:00 |l. 



Turk 



if :ft ii M 



t^undays exc'pfed.') New 
and B'lston Express. 
{Saturdays excepted,) New Vork 
and lloi-ton Expre»ti. 
^NHturdaje and Suud&vs except- 
i-d,' New York and lio.non Ex. 

niHECT OOSXiCXIONS FOR 



NEW YORK & BOSTONlAii 



Poiuts in New York, 
New England, 



surrender tin; y wo'ald h.ve stuck to him terview closed by lien. Lee's salutirg 

and riding slowly down the stejsp acros- 



had begun to move in accordance with it.! 
From about July, 1852. 1 had correspond 
ed with dififejent persons supposed to be 
interested ia seeking a reconstructiotij 
ot a State povernment for Louisiana. 
"When the message for 1863, with the' 
plan before mentioned, reached New 
Orleans, Gen. Banks wro»e me that hej 
was confident that tbe people with his 
military co- operation, would reconstruct] 
substantially on that plan. I wrote to' 
bloi and some of them to try it. They 
tried it, and the result is known. 
Such has been my only agency 
iu getting up the Louisiana ^overnn^ent. 
As to sustaining it, my promise is out, as 
before stated. I)ut as bad promises arc 
beife/ broken than kept, I shall treat this 
as a bad promise and break it whenever I 
bhali be convinced that keeping it is ad- 
verse to the public interest, but I have 
not yet been so twnvinced 



to seethe laws faith-| 
remarks were ap- 



[eleoted a second tin 
Ifully executed. 

Senator Hamlin's 
[plauded. 

The assemblage dispersed after vocife 

Irons huzzahs aud the performance of the 

Iband. A larger and more enthusiastic 

[meeting has seldom been held in front of 

|the Executive mansion. 

» « < « ♦ . 

MKi.oDRAM.tiK; fill. — liurke's was a] 
Icomplete failure when he flung the dag 
[gtr on the floor of the House of Coni-| 
jmons. and pro<luced nothing but a siiio- 
jthered laugh, and a joke Irom Sheridanl 

-" The gentleman has brought us the! 
[knife, but where is \hc fork I'" 

ACoN.iu(iAi. Co.NCi.tsio .. — A woman^ 



suilynnd discontented, but this ieeling the ravine and into his eamp upon tie 
Ivviit jjon we.ir otf when they find how| 
iii .-riilly aud kindly our people are dis 

:>osed to treat them 

Another letter from tbe army of th«| 
J Potomac, dated April 12tb, says: Th 
Itina! arrangementss for tbe surrender oi 
jl>ee's army were completed yesterday, 
land to-day they were at liberty to pro 
Iceed to their homes, or elsewhere, a 
Ithey chose. Che terms granted were! 
[certainly of a very liberal character. A 
{large number of officers, together wit! 
jthousands of men ot this army, express 
|th-ir dissatisf < tion not only at the un-j 
jprecedenti d litieraiity granted to the reb 
lei arinv, but at the manner in which they 
Jwere parol d. and allowed to go their] 
jway without our men being permitted t 
lenjoy the results of their long struggle, 
lin ihe p::89age through the lines of Gen. 

Lee and his army ; but it is claimed that 



little hill beyond. Gen. Grant, then rodi 

oward the Court House, followed by h 8 

istaff and a large concourse of genera 

fficers. In a short timj the ofTicers 

esignated by Gen. Lee to carry the stii 
ulations into elTect arrived, accompanied 
ibv a large number of distinguished rebel 

fficers. The verandah and yard in fron 

were filled with groups of Federal! 

*nd rebel ofUiers in conversation 

Vcsry regular, of a few years stand 

ling, found old West Point acijuaint 

nces in the rebel ranks, aud other greet-] 
ings were both numerous and hearty 
The most frt()«ent que.stion with the otE 

era in grey seemed to be, " What is to 
be done with us?" They seemed to think! 

hat the President's proclamation shui 

hem out from hopes of amnesty, and 
were pleased to hear the belief of ou 

tBcen that the offers ot amnesty would 
be extended and made almost universal 
Tbe captured army, from their joyous 



,iItation of the heart, lack of appetite, distress at 
•-er eating, liver complaint, constipation, Ac 
^■iil find an %mme.iiate and permanent relief li 
hesc bitters. But above all. they arc re.oom 
nended to weak and delicate females and moth 

They are Bold by all respectable merchants 
tee that each bottle has our private Uuiteo 
itates Stamp over the c^rk.aad steel-plate Bid* 
'abcn. 

Beware of refilled bottlea. See that the BtaiD|, 
las not been tampered with. Any person pre- 
'ending to sell PlivnUtion llttterB by the Qallon 
s a swindler and imposter, and should be imme 
liatcly reported to us. 

P. U. DRAKE * CO., 
21 Park Row, New Tork. 
2£-d*weow-3i wca'v 



BXrr YOXJK. TRUNKS 



FKOMTHK MANUKACIUKEB, AND 



Save Freiglil & Store Profits 1 



C. I* K O A. L 



■ is OPEHEO A 



eep 



f^EW PERFUME 

FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. 



rRUWk MANUFACTORY 1 



AHi> IS Also M.AKIIIO TO OBDXB 



TO TIlIi: WIiS^T. 

Running Tlieir Own. Care 

over the tntlre route, and 

SAVINti THEIR im^ WnVM^ 

At all points of trans shipment, they are enablei 

To Make Bettor* Tisno 

than any scmpetiiig route, 

While their Ratns are Always as Lov 

,1S ANY 

A]L1.-HA1 Li L.1 N K 

CAS OFFKR. 



It Is ami.s/aJ^'rN fnea that this Company iaai 
Fxpress" Comp&ay, charging " Erpregs' 

rates. By a corapar son of their printed tarliri. 

twill be geen that their rates are the same as th' 

i-egular Ball Roads. 

Q 1* C» O 13 H, S 



AMD iHK 



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ftOMIiW 



one 
have 



[this wonld have been humiliating to Gen. 
Lee and his officers, and that it is not the 

wish or desire of our government or com- manner, would, by 
linanders to act toward them in any way che circumstances, 
that would tend to irritate their feelings, the 

or make their position more intolerable '''•'' 

than it actually is. The policy pursued 
may have been for the best, and our sol- 
[diers will submit, as they always do, to 
[what is judged most wise 

During Sunday night large numbers of 



having fallen into a river, her husband „ , „ _ 

went to look for her, proceeding up the%he rebels as well as ome of their otiicers 
stream from the place where she fell in.lmade their escape from ihe lines and scat- 
iThe bystanders asked him if he was madfltered to tbe woods, many no doubt in 
I have been shown a letter on this sub-l — she could not have gone against theltending to return home. Oar camps last 
ject, supposed to be an able one,in whichWstream. The man answered, "She wasVnight were filled with them begging for 
ihe writer expresses regret that my mindlo6sftna/e and contrary in her life, and nolaomething to eat, which was freely given 
has not seemed to be definitely fixed onWdoubt she will be the very same after AerlThese men when asked if they bad been 
tbe question, whether tbe seceded States, {d«a^A." ^ Iparolled, invariably replied "no, bat 



ho knew noti 
been deemedl 




HoKNK TooKE AND vViLKKS.— Homel 
Tooke having challenged Wilkes. who was! 
then sheriff of London and Middlesex,] 
received the following laconic reply 

Sir, I do not think it my business to cut! 
the throat of every desperado that may| 
be tired of his life ; but as I ain at pres 
ent highsherilTof the city of London, itj 
may happen that I shall so jn have an op-| 
portunity to attend you in my official ca-l 
pacity, in wnich case I will answer for it! 
that you shall have no ground to com- 
elplain of my endeavor to serve you." 



A llt'jl KxqniMiie, Orlicnto nntl JFrn- 
craiu PrrfnnM", Bintillcd from Ihe 
Rare nnd Kcnnlifal Flower from 
wkicli ii tnkra iu name. 
Mannfactared only by PHALON Ac 80IV. 

l^ Beware of Counterfeits. 

AaU f"i' l'hnlciu'—'t)i}ir ltd 'ithrr' 
S<ild 6y drn.:;gisl<i gencriiily. 

an5d&wSin.tn. 



A Single Box of Brandreth's Pills 

jooDtaint more vegetabiA extractive matter thanj 
(twenty boz«B of any Pllli in ths world bealdes ;| 



Will And It the best route by which to ship thel' 
FIRST A 3»XONI) CLASS (iOODS, aavlr.g 
both time and wastrg- arisicg from 
improper hnn llirg, an annnyance 
wliich in no small it-, m to 
bus ness men. 
Alt over-charges a n<1 ckiims of every kiwi &ri 
nettled 0)1 presentation at our oificc, thu'< vavin) 
iBuggV, Carriage &L Team HarneSSiB«erchantslhctroulleanddeIay of a referenc. 
I ooJ I o Bto Eaitern Agents, Aho are proverbially dilate 

A Large variety always on hand. Also iy, if they evonrefpmdat all I 

IValises and Trareliag Bags t^ 

IMLITARY SADDLERY! 

[Henry and Ballard Bifles 
and Cartridges. 

. „ REPAIBINQ of all kinds onTBUNKS 
Ib ARNESS, ac, neatly and promptly done. 
I Having commenced manufaclurlne all my owi. 
Iwork, I would respectfully solicit a share of pub 
^ic patronage. My material is bought direct from 
[the first hands, and made up by good workmen 
■under my own manapement, and hence I am 
Inreparpd to work low and make the best cf work 
|l have aUo constantly on hand 

W H I I* S , 
IWBOLESALE «c RETAIL, 

and a large assortment of 

ISitddlery Ilafd-ware 

' Reiaeml>er, 

IdNION BLOCK, Cor. THIBD fc BOBERT St 
JaaSft-ly 



O A. IV A I> A S. 

t^ Paisenycrs can re»t asmred that 
'here will be no further trouble in (leiting 

nt<i or .'Jiroutjh Canada. 

A.11 Restrictions have been R«imoved 

During (he (irnp>.yr-ar.\ fuspenslon of throujh 
rsllic, t ;e Mictiigiin Central have placed th*-ir 
II ii\e power, cars, tiack, &c , In the^ost p'r- 
I'ci repa:r, and are now prepared to give prompt jfj.£ 
ii::e and «iiii(^rli'- acconiraoc;atIOD.». Thanking • • 
li.- travelii j; I'uUic lor liberal patronage In for- ft i^ 
ii-r llii:i--i. we would re-ip» c fa ly afk ihem to 
,_'ain try u", and we promise pe;fect tat i -faction, .3 :• '.^ 

Fare as Low as that of Other Lines. 

For I'hrougli Tickeui and informatioa aii|Jya( 
he Company 'k ofhee in Treniont noufe Block, 
;!iil at '.'Af Depo. loot of I-ikf sire<-*., Chicago. 
llKSRIf C. M K1«T%«'UUTII, 
lieueral Western fassenger Agcjit. 
mch'.S 



MERCHANTS 

Iwill do wf ii lo. cill i t either ol onr Eastern offi | 
Ices before making coutraots elsewhere. 

. W. JniLI.A]n,..^'eip7, 
Buffalo, N. Y. , . 

A. O. A.l«'I?irO.«XOX. Ayent, 
Uj Mirray SI., N. Y. 
«. lU. I^IUUER, Ayeut 

79 Washliigton Street/ 
Bcston. Mass, 



J. C. &H.C. BURBANK&CO. 

AuiiNTs, bAiNT Facl, Minn. 



BOOIv BI1VT>EI«-Y 

AKO 

Blank Book Manufactory. 

rii« r*ress I*rtiktlutf: Co, 

lave in stiocessIuloperatiODtheUrgtBtasd not 
omplet.'EiuJery iii MinnescU, einbrccingtha . 

atestanvi most improved machinery. Employing 
iniyocnpettui and careful worl7iien.aDdueluit 
•le bestuiateriai, ihsyhopa to csntlnn^ lo gi?a 
natiBfactiontc ail. 

PAPEll RULED TO ORD£K, 

Ai!fl> T« AKT PATVKRH, HOfttf 

>EI>GF.RS, DAY BOOKS, JOUBSALS, COM ' 

MERCIAL A.M> COUNrY BOOKS, AND 

iLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KINO, - 

MAIli:: IN THK BEST MAHMER. 

Old BooUss T?e-BoTi«d 

MAOAZINBS, fUBWDICALS, 
JVITTSIC, SCO., SCO,,'. 

Bouud in Any Style DoBired. 



mchio-.3m 



•srs". 



V OR SALK. 

^,500CEl)Ai(FENi;EPOStS| 

AT THE I.JMllEU ¥ARD OF 

J, B. BASSETT&CO,, 

Minneapolis. Min. 

t may IS 



Got. I5,18M. 



LE«»9i AHn it «illKI»K. IlulUlt-ra^l 
Shop in old Ba >Ust Church UuiUilng on i iftl I 
istreet, near Jackson, All kinds of CarpenUfi| 
Iwork done to ordei . 

MBHEIRi;. A rcbltoct. -Office tn th»| 
• same buU* ng as Leonard A Sheire'B W I 
[penter Shop, ou Fi flh street, near Jaftson. De 
IgignB, Plans and sp r«lfieatlons for buildings ofcv I 
ry de«oriptlon, pr>p*red on short notice. decSyll 



STEAM*"** 

I^OOK AMD jlOB PRINTING, 

rho Press PrIiitliiiJr C?-o. 

aordnr to tcwp pace with their rapidly Increaa 
ngbuBinegit are constantly extending theirfa- 

I -.llitfe* for Book and Job Frinttng. They havs 
ecentlylntrodaeed Steam Into their establisli 

I nent, and put upanothnrof 

IflOE'S LARGE CYLINDER PRESSES, 

We are prepared to Print oil kinds of 
BOOKS, PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS. 

|i»08TliliS, FKOOKAM31KS, UlUMSMSM. 

BLANKS, BILLS OK LADING. 

CIBCCLAR8, 

Aad every other dcsorlptloa ef 

\ PLAIN AKDOUKAMBXTALirSlSTl. 

At moderate rates and at short notlM 

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iFOR 



S r. Pacl, April l\, lj«ki. !► 



SEALED PROPOS'ALS 



iB dapllcaM, will b« rooslTeil ai tttli oAoe nntul 



f atet^t pedidnegi, 



lie J^Aint f aul f ve$$< 



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12 O'clock M 



Wednesday. Apri! 26th, 1865. 



$100 

For a .^rptlictne lUat will cure 

TICKLING in ihe TUKOAT. 

INFLUENZA, 

WHOOPING COUGH, 

Or Eelievo Constunptivo Cc'*gh,| 

As quick as 

CJOK'SJ COUCiJI 

BALSAM. 

lOver Five Thousand Bottles 

Bave beon sold io its native town, auJ not a i, 
SIN«;LK instance of its FAlLr 
VRF. IS KNOWN. 



TrBT-IgHED DAILY, TRI-WKRKLT AWD WKKKI-T 



Offioe— Adjoining tlie Bridsca. 



Ternt*:— DAILY PRESS— By mall, $11.00 
Ipor aauum.or $1.00pf>r mouth, invariably in ad 
\rnnce. 

IKI-WEKKLY PRESS— $7 per annum; $,1.R0 
|for i-lx months ; $1.75 for three months ; 00c. for 
>iip munth. 

W KEKLY PRES?— One copy, one year. $2.50; 
iix months, $1.25; clnhs of four copies, one year 
|$'.i.OO; club.sotten coiies, ono year, $20.00; clubt- 
)f twvnty copiog, one year, $40.00. 



PARSON 8R0WNL0W. 

llliNlunueural Address as iiov- 
4<i-iioi' of Tennessee. 



TTLE gaiJNT rAUL DAILY ifBi^SS. TUESDAY, APEIL 18, ia65. 



COOLEY, CARVER & CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 

IMFOIiTERS ANr> DEALJERS IN 

POKEIGN AND DOMESTIO LIQUOES * WJHSTES 

CIGARS, &0., &0. 

JTaclzsoii Btreet, bet-vreen X^e^eo and Tiiird, 



For tba .delivery of (ho foiloving articles of 



STA.T10IVEFtY 



A,T TIII$ OK-ITTCE, 



as may be r«qulrp{>| 

Mil 



In such quantities, moathlv 
for u-<e. 

lUauk f jrms for Prorioja'.^ anj Contracts 
be furni-lii*>! bv thi* off|"e. 

Secjrl V will If r>.;iiir*J for perlormance o!| 
contract. , 

Pid'i f^om itiilovnl p«r.aons wil not tfconsM 
••red. 
KHin(>!<-4 of ar;icle« to arc~:inpsiir Pro|>osal-". 
Thrt unJ^r9i((uetl r>'.-t»rves the rijfht to reject 
any or ill biJ:< not deenj-il sati.-fiot-jry. 

All Contra.-f • are s!ih>ct !o the apprjva' of th« 
Provo=f Mar-hal ii'Mitric. 

I'ayiueuc wi;l W iu.i>ie moullily for artlc l.'t fur 
nHhe.t. 

I'l Ueanii C^p Paf.'f. 
".^ Ream-< l..'t:.T l'jj).'r. 
■ ! R<aras t'o'.io Post. 
17000 Knw op s. rtTii^l. 
4500 En»vli>(>ej, I I'ltilr. 
1 Reams <• nv.'lope ji'ap -r 
.V Uuarf- Blacit Ink 
M Bottle-; Ked Ink. 
7 Quarts Mui-i'agv. 
-' Letior Hook'. 
1»> Gross Steel feus. 
i:,'> I'i.'Cf s Red Tape.] 
10 Dozen l.>-ad Pencil*. 
6» Quires Blank Uocik.-). 
iJ >heets liloMiiij; I'Wpiir. 
4 Po'iuJj sealiojj w»x. 
1 Doz<>n I'.lu.' IVncils. 
I L'o.'ru Carmine Ptnciis, 
1 Dozen Penhoider^. 
Dozen Elastic Baiids. 

JNO. T. AVERILL, 
Cdl.iUh Minn. VoU., 
A. A. P. M. (}., and 

ijup't Vol, SeiTuUisg Senice. 
ai.l4dUt j 

PROPOSALS FOR WOOD. 



OFFiCK CHIKF Ot Ql'ARTKRM.\STEK, 
DUTKI r Oh illNNE.'iOTA, 

Saint Paul, Mln^iesota, April 7, 18f.5. 



Sealed. P^i-oposals 



bava, In our possession, any (juaotity o< 
oertlticat^'.s, some of iliem from 

l^ho have usei^ It In their piactlc.'', aad given!' 
the pre-emln-'nce over any other cumpound. 

j(t Does Not Dry Up a Congli. 

jSut loosens it, so as to enabl.^ tTte patient to ex 

ppctorate l.-eely. 

|rWO DKTHUKK DO.Si:S WII-L INTARIA 

BLY CURE 

Tickling in the Throat. 

|\ hftli'bct:!e has often complete'v cured the mot 

I Vnd yet, though it is so sure and speedy In it> 
(jperation. it imperfectly harmless, btingpnrel; 
vegetable. It is very agreeable to the taste, anr 
I nay be adminiftered to children of any age. 

|[n fa^ses of Cronp ^.ve Avil) 
CJnarantt^e a Cure, 

IF TAKKX IS SKASf^N. 

\St> KAMIl-Y M10C1.D 1!K WITHOUT IT. 

It is within thereaeliot all the price being 

O11I.V «S CentK. 

IVi'l If uu lD\eftiiient and thorough trial doe 

k: 'backup" the above statement, the mone} 

I vlli be refunded. V.'e say thix, knowing its mer 

ts, and feel confident that one trial willsecnr* 

I or it t^otre in every household. 

Do not waste away with Coughing, when sc 
'mall an investment will cure you. It roaybfl 
Jiadofany respectabl.- l»ruggi-t in t<.wn,wh( 
|.rtll fumisli you with a circular o( genuiaecerti 
I icates i-f cures it has made. 

C. O. riAKIi & CO., PKt.i'inKT.»u.t, 
\Wholemt> I'liii/tfiftj, \fir Haven, Conneeticut 

vKNEUAl. UJCSTKltN AOENiS. 

sunfttn niv17lv l!.! Lake Street, '^hicago, 

ICHEHOKEE PILLS 



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Is daplicate will be received at thl« office «Btlli 



12 o'clock, M.. 



Thursday April 20tli, 1865,1 



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For the df liver V of 



1,000 CORDS OF wood! 



AT 



FORT SNELLING, MINN., 



(In th^ Po^t Wood-Yard,^ 



In such quantities, monthly ,'aB nay be required 
tor use. 

All wood murt t>e of the b?-t iiiiality of mer-j 
chantabie dry wood, free flrom *maU or crooketf 
limbs, and to be rubiectto ln:>pection. 

Bits must ha^e a printed cupy of this ad-'^ 
vertiscmt^nf , and a written guarantee cf the forral 
given . elow, attached to each ; the guarantee to] 
oe signed by two responsible i^ersons, whose 
resf' n^ib iity mii-t d-i vouched lor by the! 
certificate of the Clerk of the nearest Dls f 
trict Court, or the Ui.iied Ijlates District Attor | 
ney. 

FORM OF (iUAltANTKK. 



HEALTH PRESERVER 

CERTAIN AND SAFE. 

I For th« K'tiidval 0/ Obatruttitnit and iht Jnsuranet 
of Hfjfuiarit'j in the I'ecurrtTinf nf tht 

3i-mihhj l\ridf. ' *• 

r» They cure or obviate these nameroas dia- 
IsasFS, thMt spriof; from Irregularity, by removing 
1 the Jrreguliirity itself. , 

Th.'y cure Siipprejuoil, Excessive and Paln- 
Iful .M<-n(triiatioa. 

£gr* They cure Green SIckceu (Chlorodt). 
ISS^They cure Nervous and Spinal Affectioni, 
I pains In the back, and lower parts of the bo iy. 
I Ileavloes.^, Fatlfme 01: sliirtit fiertlons, VrJiHiniif/n 
>' /'»« Heirt, Lmennn of .'-pin'/v*, Byflfria, fiicJ< 
I li.ifliicKe, itililiiKAi, elc, etc. In a word, by re- 
ing the Irrrijaliritii, they remove the cause, 
with ll ALL Uie ellects that spring frotn It. 
^^y" CompoEfd r.f s'.tcpl.^ vc«tab!o extracts, they 
1 Mntiiia DPthlntr drltierlons to any convMtutl.^i 
I however delicate, their function Iwring to suhstltu^ 
nrpnrth for we*kae«j, which, when properly used, 
thev-nevtr fall to i.i. 

fST' Th'V msy oe safely used at any age, and at 
\ acy period, rxcept DCRiSd the riasT TBRza uonrtti, 
I during wh^ch the anf.iUing nature of their action 
would Infiliibly frevkxt pregnancy. 

XW~' All letters seeking information or adv'oe will 
be promotly, freely and ilscreetly answered. 
"■ yull dlrectlonn acctiiapasy esch box. 
' Price f 1 per box, or ilx boxes for %ti. 
' Bent fay mail, free of postage, on receipt ol 
prlci*. 

'Pan-.pMets sent by nail free of postage, by 

DR. VV. R. MERWIN &. CO., 

63 Liberty St., New York, Proprietors 



DR. WRIGHT'S 

™.KATL\G EL 



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We 



aud 



the County of WT 

State of Mtnnenota. do hereby truirautt e that- — | 
IS able to fuliUl aooukimot Ivaccvrdauce uiiU bit- 
^rctosition : and that snou!d hts propasition be 
acr.-wted, he will at once enter intoacontrac 
In ii'coidance tt erewifh. Should a contract \» 
awaided him, we are pr<ipar<jd to b«-comu bi 
aecurities. 

Bidders are Invited to b.' pre«teut at th» 
opening of the bid 

Bonfl 
'succe 

Bidders will give their nani->s aud address it 
full, in case of firm', th" precise came and ad 



Or, ESSENCE OP LITE, 

Fr«»a*ed from Puru VesetAbl* Extraut4 tootAla 

l»tf aollllnS tnjurluua to t ir 

lao.t dtfllaatc. 





ii> with good S'-curjitT wUl be re^uireufiroml 
isfUl r.f.cei^. ■ ^ I 



dress of • eh memb<>r. with the name of the tlrm,^ emincnime r m' menoflhe day, ani by "th^m 

nounecd ffl W- one of ihe greatest medical dlscovories 
to re!)eet| "^ the a;: 



wLl be stated 

The undersigned reserves the right 
ftBy or all bids not deemed sati.«factdry. 

All contracts are eubjecl to tlte auprovsl of tb(^ 
Quartermjister (.''ntra. of the Unit»-d :;tates Ar 
my. 

Payment will be m2de mnntlilv for the wood 
delivered, except thit ooe-third ciiull remain un 
paid for until the delivery of the whole. 

Bids from dlsloy!pef'ion»tfW>B!itho<>ewho4iave 
heretofore failed to comply with their propori 
tions or eootract" ; tit from those »ho -do not 
comply with the above requireinents, will not be 
considered. 

Proposals to be ►•Qi!ers(t'd " Proposal? Jorfur 
Bishlng woodat Kurt .Ssftlfing, Minne30ta,"and 
addressed to the under.- iei^ed. 

li.iU CARVKR, 

CHj^t.and A. O* ^f-, 

' Chief Quartermaster, Djrdrivt of Minnesota. 

• NoTK.— AU papers requiriug luui-t be stainp' 

at the expense uf ih<! contractor. 

at^-dll! 



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"A. the PhnnfT -s 

rtiic. from tbA ii.hr. oftta Are. -> 
•■inatvil ulth nt-w llfu ''-.-'.:> i|i>cs> tliU Kltx- 
Ir rvJavenatA the nytlvm unJ orerf^one dl-cuM. 

t^ff The R.-juvonatin!{ Klixir Is the result of mod 
e.-a llsrjirerle^ in tNe vegetable klni;'lom ; bring I 
lu eatlreiy neT a.id uKatrnct mi'thod uf ewTf, Irres- 
p"rMve of I'll I' I'l and worn out nyiiem^. 

f^~Tlii« 11; li-'iiie has been tested by the most | 

pro- 



PROBATE BLANKS. 



IHE PRESS PRINTING COMt^ANY,| 

Tc supply a defioieac; loB||exiatliig,have printer 

and ready for sol^ the following Blanks 

for use in Probate Court : 

LSTIKSSOK GUAB.DIANdUn>. 

COMMISSIONtKS' WAEHANT3, (with oath», 

&i£PUST OF COHUJiiSIGNKRS, 

APPRAISERS' APPOIK TMKNT, (with eaths,) 

fNVElfTORy AND APPKAISEMfiNT, 

fiKPABATB INTENTOKV BY WIDOW, 

▲ DMINI.><TKATOR'S BOND;?, 

COlUnSSION TO SETTLE CLAUIS, 

LtTTKRS OI<' ADMiiVUTKATlON, 

WARRANT TO APPRAISii^Ri, 

GUARDIAN'S BUNDJ, 

SALE BONDS, 

£XSCUTOR'd BOZID.S, 

I.ZITBKS TESTAJreNTART. 

Sot •*!• by the <iuire or single sheet. Adoreas 

raEA* pi>rvTi^« CO. 

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mo covBxir Aciiixoiia. 

OflcfAl W»rmm •€ Tax C«rsillcat««, 

The FMisa Printing Co. are now prepared tc 
Airnlih CwUfloBtM of Sale of |Forfelted LancU, 
for the Aaditorf ' sale la Jsnnary next. 






p^»'>r e bottlo will cure general Debility. 

f^ A few doses cures Hysterics Ip fenmies. 

|_^ One bottle cures Palpitation of the Heart. 

t3f~ From one to three hollies restores the manll- 
neis and full vigor of yoath. 

f?r*A t'ew dines rentorta the appetite. 

^B^ Three bottles cure the worst case of Impo- 
:rncy. 

H^ A few doses cures the low spirited. 

^^ One bottle restores mental power. 

t^JT '* ftv> doses T'sUrr's th^ orgnn* of (jfnfratinn. 

t 3^ A few <]-jses bring the rose to the cheek. 

tS^ Thig medldne restores to manly vigor and 
robuit health the poor debilitated, worn-down au<l 
ie apalft ng. 

(^^ The listless, enervated youth, the over-task- 
ed man of business, the victim of nervous depression, 
the individual suffering from general debility, or 
frjm treatnrti r,f a ginrflf nrgav, wtl! all And imme- 
Jiate and parmanent relief by the ase of this EUidr 
jr Esaenc-; of Life. 

T^^ Price, %'l per bottle or three bottles for f 5, 
> '. forwiirrfed by Kxpress, on receipt of jioney 
. r-.ny addfess. 

S.^ 

l^The Cherokee PUisi and Rpja« 
V^ttnatSiie Elixir, are sold by all enterpri<<ing 
Krnsiglitj!;) thi- clvilir.ed world. Pjineuiiprinoipl-rt 
>ri", h .»»v<"r, try to »ell worthies'^ eonip'>':nil« 
le. rif i.!ies« ; thone which thev can purcha»i- al 
^ Iieap price, and make mure money by net! 
tng, than they can on these medicines. As yon ynloe 
your hi^alth, aye, the health »f yonr fu'ur- off 
spring, d.i not tw declved by su**h unprincipled 
bruggbts, luk for thgxa m'dlcinrs and tiiie nc Uh- 
em. If the Urugfost will not buy them for you, e.'i- 
olose till- money In a letter, and we will send them 
to yon by Expres", .securely sealed and packed, free 
'r n observation. 

I.itlies or Qenllemen can address us In perf»cl 
wvi.adence, stM^ing fully and plainly their diseav;? 
»nd symptoms, as we treat all diseases of a chr:)nU 
nature In male or female. Patients need not hesi- 
tate t>ecanse of their Inability to visit ua, as we have 
treated patients saccesafully In all portions of tnf 
.•IviUfcd gl .b», by correspon l^-nce. 

PaUents iwldressin); us w!',l please state plainly all 
the qrniptuujs 0' their complaints, and write Post- 
<fSce, County, State and name of writer, plain, and 
inuloae postage stamp for reply. 

We smd our 82 vaffe F-unplilet fret to any ad- 
Jresa. Ad.lress all letters for Pamphlets or r.dvlce tc 
the proprietors, 

,« Dr. W. R. MERWIN &. CO., 

'> No. 6-3 Liberty street. New York. 

EDWARD H. BIGGS, 

r>RXJOGHST, 

Sole Wholesale and Kstail Agent for Saint Pani 
f wht.in all ordeta mu'st l>e addressed. 
lv8-lvdAw eow-tu th A sat 



To La Oosne Via Kochester. 

J. €J. Bvti*l>a,iil< Sc Oo. 

Have stocked the Read from St, Pacl to Rochet 
ter (running via Inver Grove, Empire City, Can 
ccn Fails, Hader, ZnmCrota, Pine island and Oro- 
Doco), with (rOO'J Dorses avd Srat-olar-s Ccboor) 
oacbes, and run as fol!o^73, viz : 

J.«ave St. Pan! at 4 o'clock a, m. 

Arrive at Rochester same evening at 7 o'ulooi 

Leave Boohester at 4 o'clock, a. m. 

Arrive at St. Paul same evening at 7 o'clock. 

Pawengers going East by this line, leave Saint 
Panl at 4 o'clock a. u,; arrive at Rochester at 7| 
o'clock p. ii.;JeaTn Rochester at 7 o'clock A. m 
(next day) and arrive at Winona in season for 
Boat to La Crosae aaaie day, 

Oetober 21, 1W4. ooUtS 



Thi< pprioJ has arriYcd, fixed by thel 

aiuended constitution, for a change in the 
I'X^cutive uffiirs oftheSUte, \>y tbeelec- 
jtioti of a civil CJovcrnor. Tbis distin 
uished bo.tor, by the generous confi 
(leni t! of tbc lo}al people of I'ennessee 
iias been conierred upon me. The oatbi 
iiquired by the coastitution has been ad 
mini.stered to lue, aud I at once enter 
jpoii the bigb and retpon^ible duties per- 
ainingto the office. 

Without affectation, I may say that 
none can realize more sensiblj' than my 
self the weight of these new responsibiii- 
iea, and the ability required for the faith 
ful and profitable execution of them. 
N'one can feel more sensibly than I do 
;he moderate qualilications I bring to tht 
discharge of these duties, and the want 
of experience in legislation, which, in 
ionte degree might atone for my want ol 
ibihty. I have no doubt that each of uj 
*vdl properly appreciate the rcsponsibili 
lies under which wc arc placed by the 
lact that wo are to legislate so as to pro- 
Tiote the physical, the social the intellec- 
rual and the religious welfare of tht- 
State. Of one thing, gentleuien, I can as 
■lure you, and through you, those whom 
you have the honor to represent, I brine 
with me the settled deterniinaticn to dis- 
L-harge thei;e duties to the very best ol 
my limited abilities, with an equally de 
cermined purpose of faithlulness. integri 
ry, impartiality, and devotion to the State 
tnd the generous people who have placet' 
me here, to the close of my period of ser- 
vice. 

I am Ire'^ to admit that I have been 
promoted to this high position by tht 
Union people of Tennessee without re 
ijard to the old party lines, and I am just 
Iy expected bv them to administer thel 
executive duties with a view to no parti 
an or sclli^b purpo.se • ; and thus relievet 
of many of the troubles and burden 
which invariably connect themselves with 
)i mere party triumph. I am left free 
with you, gentlemen, to follow the sug 
^c.<<tions of patrioti-ui and duty, and to 
know no man because he has been a whig 
)r a democrat, but to honor all as the 
nay honor the Federal L'nion. * * 

Gentlemen, your amended const itutior 
wipes out the institution of slavery, and 
ienies to the legislature, in all time to 
-•ome, the right to recognize property in 
man. In this sweeping act of emancipa- 
ion you have, in due time, abated a nuis 
ince, which foryears past, has obstructed 
11 the avenues toJagricultural, mecbani- 
al, manufacturing, and commercial de- 
velopment. In this emergency the dut} 
[of prompt action becomes imperative. and 
ven the advocates of gradual emancipa 
ion, which means the gradual putting 
lown of the rebelliDn, found themselves 
aowerless in the claims of a higher civilj 
and state neces^ity, which demand tht 
prompt abatement of the evil. 

The wicked authors of this rebellion 
were told that in the Union and undo 
,he constitution their slave property wa.* 
safe, and that it could not be safe any 
where else. No one year elapsed after 
che war commenced before the institu 
fjon of slavery, i.i all the border States, 
became utterly demoralized. The owner 
lost all control over bis slave, and the 
slave, having got out of tire Union, and 
from under the constitution, has either 
been itinerating at will or lying around 
loose ! The history of the past shows tc 
•ivery candid mind that slavery has con- 
ferred no benefits upon Tennessee. It 
has been a stumbling block in the way of 
ler advancement. Her people have fell 
:he effect of its degrading influence, and 
ber growth and prosperity have been re 
tarded the exclusion from her borders 
of both capital and educated labor. 

One of the signs of the times is, that 

the natural features ol the southern states 

ire now everywhere exp-ttiated upon, ii 

jrder that enterprising emigrants may beP 

Cd to come among ns, and add to ou 

•apital and enterprise. Tennessee holdh 

)ut inducements to wealthy and industri 

JUS emigrants that no other border state 

oilers. The soil, from Johnston to Shel 

3y, possesses extraordinary fertility ; it 

ibounds in clear and delightful gushing 

treams ; its mineral wealth of coal, iron 

lead, zinc, copper, and other valuable 

Ipr. ducts is inexhaustible. Its climate is 

imild and salubrious, avoiding the ex 

remes of bo^b r.ortb and south, and af- 

ording remunerative markets for every 

thing grown upon our prolific soil. Lam 

is cheap and by no means difficult to clear. 

N"o State is so admirably adapted for the 

ijrowth of cereals, fruits, grapes, cattle. 

beep, hogs, horses and mules. The 

winters are short, and genei«lly so mild 

bat stock may run out without particuUr 

are. The summers are free from in 

tense beat of gulf States, and the entire 

Stattj abounds with valuable mineral 

springs, many ol which are bandsomeh 

liiiiproved, and before the rebellion were 

places of popular resort. 

Tfie signs of the times indicate very 
[clearly that the war is about moving to a 
!!ose; that the rebels are exhausted 
fat their commissariat hxs no food, and 
their treasury no money ; that their arm> 
[is !:. eking away by desertions and death* 
an the battle-field, and that there are no 
[ma'erials left with which to till up their 
depleted ranks. In short, there is every 
thing to encourage the freuds of tht 
"nion, as they enter upon the summei 
jcampaign ; but there is also everything 
to admonish us that we must gird our- 
-ilves lor our best etlort. The hardest 
work, nay, the bloodiest work of the war. 
IS in 'all probability ahead of us, in rid- 
ding our country of iruernlJas, robber* 
ind professional thieves, passing for con 
federate soldiers. 

Biit, gviitlenien, tbis great conflict has 
had its useful lessons. We understano 
now the full meaning of that abominable 
doctrine of "State sovereignty, " wliicL 
has worked its way into public docu 
ments, political speeches and documents, 
— into every daily and weekly journal in 
the country which was tinctured with trea- 
8on,-and finally into the common lan- 
guage of the honest people, until it was 
understood to mean that there was no 
"sovereignty" in America but State gov 
ereignty — that the greatest amount of 
tbis was lodged in the cotton States, and 
that whatever they resolved to do it was 
marvelously proper to perform. Eveu 
the pulpits ol the South, the changes were 
rung upon the mischievous doctrine ol 
"State sovereignty,*' backed up by the 
unbounded influence of the worst class of 
men that have ever made tracks upor\ 
Southern soil — secessiou preachers. 
And thus, the treasonable doctrine of 
State Sovereignty" has gradually been 
ucdermining the Union for more than 
flirty years, and, in my humble way, I 
have opposed it that long. When applied 
simply to the authority of a State over 
her own domestic affairs and her local 
institutions, the doctrine is sound, though 
even- then the word sovereign signifies 
too much. Row ridiculous the idea is ol 
[sovereign member of the Federal Union 
.existing without fttttbority to declare war 



or to conclude treaties of peace — to con 
tract alliances, to levy duties on imposts, 
or even to coin money. This is sover 
eignty with a vengeance, and a degree of 
sovereignty that is not likely to hold the 
nations of earth in awe, while these sev- 
eral powerless sovereigns confederate to 
overthrow a truly sovereign power, and 
achieve their boasted independence. 

I hold that under the constitution of 
United States there can he but one sov 
reign authority, and to that all State 
Bovereignties are subord nate. Hence 
am not one of those men who are alarmed 
at the powers assumed by the general 
Government at this time, regarding them 
|as a < eparture from former precedents. 
A state of war forced upon the country 
tiy a set of bad men iq rebellion calls for 
the exercise.! of thu whole war power ol 
the National Government. 
I hope I may be allowed to repeat without 
objecting mvseli' to the charge of tgotisin, 
that I have all my life' long been a lederal 
whig of the Washiiigton and Hamilton school. 
I am the advocate of a concentrated federal 
overuraent, or, if more accept-ible to the 
;fdstldiou8, of a sirong central government, 
ible to maintain its dignity, to a^isert iis au- 
thority, and to crush out any rel>ellion that 
may he inaugurated. Such a government 
what we want and what wc i;;:ist have, witli 
iinple j)Owcrs to sustain itself, having due xc- 
s;ard lor the constitutional right.'* of the States, 
which are clearly defined and sulflcienily 
uarded. I have never been a sectional, but 
c all times a national man, supporting men 
for the Presidency and Vice Presidency with 
jotit roijard to which side of Mason and Dix 
(ii's line they were born or resided at the lime 
lof their noininatioa. 
I am doiug what every American citizen 
houidfeei prep.ired to do— willing to live and 
lie for America, a.s she is and has Iwen. liut 
America, without a Icdera! union, and blight 
and ruin aud dccsy come upon us, and we bid 
a long farewell to the las-t remnant of earth's 
iicauty, and tlio light of civil and religious 
lilitrty ! 

Who among us, gcnilemen, or our genera- 
tion, can c.^iimate liie value of the American 
union' Proud, happv, thrice happy, Ameri- 
ca ! the home of the oppresseil, the asylum ot 
the emigrant, where the citizen of every! 
u'lime, and the child of every creed, roam iVcc 
and untrammc!eda-i tlie wild winds of heaven 
Ba]>ti;'.t.d at the lount of liherty in lire and 
i/load, during our rtvolutiouary .struggle, cold 
must t^c the heart that thrills not at the namc{ 
f the. Vuieriean union! 
When the old world, with all its pomp and 
pride and circunist.inees and the malice of its 
monarchies toward our government shall bo| 
covered with oblivion — when thrones shall 
have been forg.)iten, may this glorious union 
[despite the madschenies'of .southern lire-eat 
k-rs and nortlieri copperheads, stand nmid re 
[gal ruin aud national desolation, towering 
sublime, like the hist mountain in the dclugej 
majestic, immutable, nndmagnilicent. 1 

in pursuance of this, let every loyal man 
who loves his ccuntry and her institutions] 
|shake off the trammels of southern treason 
and swear upon the altar of his country, in! 
the language of that infle.vible patriot of the] 
hermitage, •' The Fii»KUAL Unio.n — it mcst 

AND SIIAI.I. Bt HliESKKVEU." ThCU WC Shal 

see every heart a shield, and a drawn sword] 
in every hand to prescn e the ark of our po- 
litical safety. Then we shall sec reared a fab 
ric upon our national constitutiou which time 
cannot cruinlile, persecution sliake, fanaticism 
disturb, nor revoiutii>u change — but which] 
shall stand among us like our lotty and sta 
pendous Lookout mountain, while the earth] 
rocks at Its fiot and the thunder peals above] 
its head ! 



iwbajfe's €sUim, If rtrolctim, m,gmp, St. 



18 6 5 



J»nl-tt 



8AINT PATTXi, 



B. PREMX.K ^ 



IVo. 12& 



ICHIRO STREET^ ST. JPAUL, 

A Gh E N T Jb^ O R 

Dupont's Celebrated OunpoTrder. 

ALL ORDERS, LAUGE OB SMALL, FOR 

Blasting, Rifle, Diamond Grain, aud Duck Sporting, 

Promptly Jfilled. .A.I810 j\fi;ent for 
«RI«WOI.U'S CEI.EJBRATCI» 

PUJRE Gniour^r> cojpjpee itst jbui^k:. 

, By purchasing this COFFEE In BULK, instead of Cans, a great saving is effected. 
HOTEL KEEPERS AND FAMILIES ARE INVIPKO TO GIVE TUIS COFFEE A TRIAL. 



»» Barrels New Dried Apples, "Tork State" 
and uh'o growth. 

»» Boxes W. K. Cheese. 

«<» Half Uoxeri M. U. Raisins, New. 

•iO iSuaes Lavers, New. 

A large lot of New Garden Seeds. 
4«0 Boxeii Fancy Candy. 
«00 boxes New t^anued Fniitt. 

Xi Kegs New Prunes. 



a* Bales best Navy Oakum. 
1» KarreU New Hominy. 
9i Kegs New Pearl Bailey, 
i Barrels New Split Peas. 
M» Kushels small White Army Beans. 
30 Half-barreU White Fish. new. 
30 Barrels and half-farrels ilac'nerr-l, 
30 do do do Ufir.iQg, 



.A.nd every article usually kept 'by a Gt'ooer. 

O. FJE1ESI.EY, ISO Third St., St. P»aixl.| 

mcbt-6m 



ED W AKD H. B lU G 8, 

No lai, JPreslev's Block, Third Strset' 

8aiiil i^aul, Minnesota. 



^ussunmcc, &c. 



aEJNER^L 

INSURANCE AGENCY 



NVIiltS irnt Airi»liON ot POBCHASt-as to TIJK LARaSSTANCBESifiSLSCIEl 
SIOCK WSaJi Olr CHICAQO, tiOKLISTI»{0 OF 

I>I*lJ<itS A.JSiy M:EJ31CliMlSJ^, 

PAIKia. OIliS, TUKPKNTINE. 

WINDOW GLASS, PUTTY, 

COLORS, DRY AND IN OIL, 

PATENT MEDICINES. 

! iBd la fact every artlole appertaining to the Vltuo BVsncss, and 

tion, both in QUALITY and PRICKS of GOODS. 



will guarantee satlifa' 
lanlO-lydftv I 



Having assooiated with myseU 
iVlR. OHA.3. ETHERLDO-KI 

[Formerly of Hastings Mio., under the arm name 

CURTIS & ETHERIDGEi 

•V« oifer for the consideration of those wishingl 
INSURANCE, INDEitNITY AGAINST LOSsf 
ttY FIRE, in the following 

Standard Ooiupaxaiess 

of Hartford. As- 



CUTTER, SECOMBE & CO., 



HAVE KSTABLISHKB A 



'LD .fiTJIA, 
sets ., 

JLD HARTFORO FIRE OF 
HARTFORD. Assets 

;ITY FLRE, of Hartford. As- 
sets n 

(NTEENATIONAL, of New 
York. As'iets 



134S.163.ftft 
«03,6»e.63 

1,184,0»4.94 



ADRIATIC, of New York, 
Capital 300,000.0<« 



My offlsa en Lovi»e, wUl be closed on Novem 
ler 1st, which will enable m^ to give the Insn- 
anoe business persor-al attenHon from and aftw 
hat date. 

O. CI7IK1<III. 
St. Paul. Oct. 2S. 18«4. oct2<}-^ly 



RROOHI.Y.\ 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Motitat;ue Street (near Court), 

BROOKLYN. >rrc"W YORK, 

And 141 Broadwa.v, I««w York. 



CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 



OIV TUE IfClTVAI. PI.AIV. 
d|hty per cnt. of the t,r..fits go to the astitred 
~li>' directors of ijii- tJiui d and reliable Insti 
;utlun are composed < f iKo most substantial litl 
•ens of Br 'oklyu and N.-v,- York. Kxtri induce 
niMnts are ollcnd by this Ccmpany for iliosi 
-inekiug Life Iiimrinn'. 

CiRIsriAN BOUCK, President. 

UiciiAKii 11. llAivDiN'fi, .Secretary. 
It. ftilOHnox, Gen. Agent for Minnesota. 
A. «. Hni?«BI.VK, Medical Examiner. 

8t. Paul, ■'.Tarc'i It, 11-1.... tnchlortm 



i^HOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSEI 

In thliolty, in oonneotlon with theU 

C»A.I»ER M^lUIu, IT^ ST. A^IVT'HOIW, 

4ad desire to oaUthe attention of tmrers to tftetr .. 

Immense Stock or 

.eXTEB, NOTE AND CAP PAPFB, EN /ELOPES, BOOK AITO NEWS r'RTjrT, FLAT A3H 

ALL KINDS OF WRAPPING PAPERS, PRINTERS' AND VSTtlTU-iQ IKKfi 

AND FLUIDS, t ENS, PENCILS, ko,. %C. 

Agents fo: 

laEENLEAF k TAYLOR'S MMUFACTURiNG COMPANY 

We will sell as low as Eastern Jobbers with Freigiit added | 

THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOB 
PAPER RAGS, ROPE, GUITinES fc OLD NEWSPAPER8.I 

ocMtl OfiloA No. eao Thlrd-Bt.. tSt. Paul. IVtin, 



TyB WODi^) BIESPECTFULLT I 

aaU the attention of unr old oaatomers, and tl» j 

pobllc generally to t te fotlcwing advertlsaaieB-. 

wmprl3lng some of the leading arUoles, whic* j 

[(with increased faoill ties,) we offer to the tradtt j 

»0© bbU. Rectified Whtskj. 

too this. Old Rye a td Bctirbon W IUJ»? 

(O bbls, Holland Uti., 

•O bbli. N.<ntral Spijita 

lO pipes .md elghtbi- dO: Ocgnlac Brandj,' 

«» a plp«.8 Cherry, R^adelra »Kd Port Wlao, 

kO baskets Champagae, 

SO cases Claret and 3aal/3rce W lti«- 

*00 M oholoe bracdii Cigar*. 

»00 oases Cove Oystera. 

»0 oases ^ and h ru rdtae* 

»0 package;; I'ri'nea, 

tObbls. /anta Carta %ta. 

»0 hogsbaads tirz^-u sagei, 

ViO bbls. Reilnod Sagar, 

»00 pacittges Moltisi oBOad 3vrap»j 

M bags Pepper and Sidoei. 

M»o boxes tiovernrodnt do=, aasornd. 

>OOMG.D.Caps. 

lOOO B£oks Salt. 

li>04»0Ibs.Bar L«a.|, 

too boxes Bal'btit's and De i.%^<i t 

lOOO kegs of Kails imd Splkss, 

>00 boxes asdortJd leindcv <iiaiii.I 
tft cases Flasks. 
[»00 colls Manilla Ro.jie] 
too doBea Bed C3M1, 
iS pairs assorted Bl.-xkti 
O bales Oaknta. 
10 barraJs p:tcfi 
tOOO peckages Wf.gs'a O'w. 
I.«0 barrels Carbon r !l, 

gi»« do«en F&lntAd Pitla ix.d Ittl-t. 
100 barrels Dried Prilts, »s30i*4>d. 
•SO paoi»ge.a asporf;.: Ten* 
i«» sacks Rio CoHee. 
too barrels Oround Coffee. 
|»0 saoks Old Ooverunent Java Coffee. 

[•00 pactagea.agsortdd brands, Ping Totacro. 
barrels Fine Cat Smoking Xobao 
kegs Gold Leaf Ttbacco. 
boxes Soap. 
Doxes assorted Candlee. 

8 -A. M I> LE S' 

Of the above artlclet onr friends wlU always 

findasrijAd) and wiUtngto 

elkO\t them. 

J. C. & H. C. B [7RBANE:& Co 

Comer of Lower Levee and Slbloy street 
'a7»l-tt St. Paul. Minnesota. 



JUST RECEIVED! 

BY EXPRESS, 

THB HOST FBBFKCT AKD COMPACT 

^Keirosene I^entem' 

jiyor f'^'-'trht to this maiket. 

|Wlioit,^..io and Retail, 

—A T- 

[Crockery Importing Honse, 

184* At 1»1 Xlkird-8t. 

sept 10 



^t0€ttit$ 



FA.MJT..,Y G-ROCKRY 8XORS] 

WE have just opened In Messrs. Hoffman ft 

lialford's old stand, on the corner of ^^eventh 

|\nd Olive Streets, as entire Nkw Stock ot 

rAniCY oaocKniiKS. 

We will keep on hand a full as-ortmeut of the 
Itrery beat gcodK to be found. Wt uo.lclt the 
j lade of th(^ old firm aud the public generally. 

Wo also keep on hand a fnll stock of Prodnoe, 
|*hlch we will seU nt the Uwett market price. 

LINCK & BKO. 



]OvS0 (tmo. 



|VViJS!iLi5 AJSU LlQljOKS 
Medifinal aed Family IJite. 

)LD BOLT.lBOZ>r AND RYE WHISKS , 
OLD QUEEN'S FORT WINE, 

OLD MADEIRA WINE, 
FINK OLD PALE SHERRY 
FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDT, ' 
CHOICE OLD HOLLAND 60?' 
JAMAICA AND ST. CROIXRUM. ' 
CHAiU^AGNE WINl:S, 
iPAKKLlNG CATAWBA 

I Isd all other Articles in our line of boaiiess 
9. WAveos was A, 9,,, 

ttawec^o: to walTF,B V. WSBA, 
«^l» SlhieyBiOOk, 



CB aA, A.'A.Vi KOHD- 



ict f^, WtriiJB. 



CHA6. WEXDE A. BRO., 

Groeeiies. Segars and Tobaccos. 
No. 137 Third Street, 



SAINT PAri. 



M1NNB60TA 



|c c 



r^ H.™*^^^^^^^^^ PIPES 
MEERSCHAUM CIGAB HOLDERS. 

r^carciirB 

SWEET BRIi^R PrPKS. 

_ If you want anything 

00 TO 
sop20-ly 236 Third atrcM. 



pmm ^iifit.rummt^. Ar, 



|186«5. l&GS. 18SS.[ 

"Wixiteir Ajriranar^xBent. 

IVIINNE50TJ- STAGE COMPANy.| 
PASSEN(»EB LINK. 



l*I.A.lVOS. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

^nd IMCinnesota, Hospital. 



M. P. NICHOLS, 



AiiKNTOK 



Metropolitan Ins. Co., 
Lorillnrd Ins?«. (..^o., 
Plioenix 1 Marine] Ins. Co. 



OK NEW YORK. 

Home IiiHTiranee Co., 

OF NEW UAVE.V. 

Mutual Heuefit Xjife> 

OF NEWARK, JJ. J. 



ESTABLISHED 1850, FOH TUK TRKATMEMT O 
DISK ASKS OF THK UKlMARr AXJi i^KXl-.iL S^STKAtH ANV l\ 
CORPOflATEU J:y THE LEGISLATVnE l.\ 1861. OFFICE lil COV 
CERT HALL BLOCK— near the PottOfice. 

DR. WILLIAMS, the Consulting Surgeon of the above Institution, hasl 
JuHt publibhcd a Manual of Sexual UifteasH-?, a largo book of 350 pa}»t-s. and ovor 
100 engravings. It is tlie onlv bookever pubiishi'd which givps u truthful do I 
scrlptlon of spermatorrhea. Venereal Diseas.>s, FenraV Complaint^-, and all dis-| 
pases of the urinary and reproduilivo organs of men and woninnof wliHtever 
tur>^, including thf solitary hah ts of both sexci, and tlieir d >plorati<" conse-l 
quenccs on the mind and body, impotence, loss of i>ow»r,and the seor<»t iiiflrmi-l 
ties of youth and manhood, the pbysielogy of marriage, Ac, with new and sue 
cessfal methods of treatment for all the above caries. Mailed in a plain scalidi 
wrapper for one dollar. 

*^ Descriptive Circulars containing valuable information to the afillrtod who wish to avoid' 
jnackery, mailed in a sealed envelop on receipt of 10 cnts. Also u pamphlet for ladies, price 5 cents 
\ll communications confidential, a'<d will reach the conKulting I'urgoon by u-ldrrs.'^iuf' 

'TUB <3AW.K«Bn nwAm^srva^vB Satnt Panl, Minnesota, 




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Tho roads are wall stocked with mn clasil 
horses. Concord Coaches, with carefal ond e^rpe. 
rienceddrivera,alland(r the control of oomnai 
tent acrents. * ' 

SOHKDiJLK 07 DEPAET ■TRuS yROM SAHtT FAUI.-, 

For Hastings, Red ^ring, Lake City, Reed'r 
>VabaBhRw, Minneiska, Winona, and La Cros*- 
\t <S]^ o'clock A. M, 

For Stillwater— Dallv, at 8 A, k. 

For Shakopoe, Joidjn, St. Lawrence, BeJl< 
Plain, Hendorson, Le Si eur, Ottawa, Traverse ii 
jlcux, St, Peter and Ha nka'o— Dally at 4 o'oloc) 

For Roeemount, Cast! s ■ Tth^aeld, Ca' 
aoa City, Faribatilt, Me^'or.. o;iiiu • KaUsaP' 
ywatonna, connectintr fv; 0^.i.:'..nDa. ;;.: WUtoi 
•1!. .'VIary's,AVI; ' oaxo ^L.i:\,c; mv'. MtLVat* 
...i^io; W-n Like. Oi^^mn, . WRjjiijp. <kr 
ltorvllle,Booh.-8i«r,OtuiL".il^.45d Wlnooa-^l' 

tt4A.M. 

For I'.!u^rlao%, Aiioki, OrOijo, Cria^dc 
•:r-:ci,;io. Clearx.-ater St, .^-i^Bta Rtd St 
'Jloud— DjA, (It 7 A. M, 

Hot 8au^uit>ids,l ehe Pl►^^: o, F/>rt BJpiey nn< 
Orov/ Wing— '^' .'idiys, V/i..'.v,oc(5av3 atd Frl 
lays .It 7 oiclock a . k 

For Richmond, S.3n,s Ceitri. Air.^endrU 
JiA'.ppewa.i'ommi- de 'iTro ii: vs'* u.'i.Tfl.j;"©* 
AbToromb;?, Mondays aa ' "••.;'• ■ ". ji 

.• .-It a. . ' 

ForLKU? Canada, C<!umbi's, Sunrise Clty- 
ttondays, Wednesdays snd Frii'.ftys, atrc'olcc 

. Forfnrthfr partlculari inquire at tho (isner* I 
I iffioe Qii TV.rl Street , | 



ISTEINWAV & SONii, 

chi"';kerinq t sonS 

WM. KNABE & CO'5, 

UNITED PIANO FORTES, 

PRINCE & CO'S 

ORGANS & MELODBONS; 
)an be had only at 

TMCixiig-ei- Brothers, 

concert hall block. 

mch22-ly 



JULIUS BAUER & CO. 




THK «AX.EniIO AMAI-ITV'rB, 



pRENCH'S HOTEL, 
On the European Plan, 

>pp08lte the City Hall Park, CoR. op VrasK' 
roBT Strkict, Nkw York, 

loacions Refectory, Bath Rooms, and Barbei 
ihop, Bcd-Kooms warmed gratin, and only one 
yc.i in a room. Do not t>nl eve runnors or nat^- 
nen who say we are full. Servatits are not al 
owed to receive peruuifillcs. aplS-ly 



"GREENBACKS ARE GOOD," 

BUT ROIIACK'S ARE IIKT PER. 



Office Id St. aHiitiniKg 

St.Peul, .Allnn. 



.IWiArvlo'a Stor«','_ 

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HJECOIV O 

National Bank or St. Paul. 



This li.iuk is DOW fully nrifanized with a paio 
iipcapiial cfTuo Handled thousand Iiollarn 
and is iipe«i"forthp trannacrlono! :i;it'Deral fank 
Ing anil Kxcliango lAL^iaerS. Colli cl ions npoi 
ill acee-:siblc t>oliits in the Nort'iwest will hi. 
made and reiijiiter, for en day of jravment at cur- 
rent rates olVxcliange. Highest Market Kates 
pjid fur (joKl, < llwi, and foreign Exchaugt*, 
fhis Bank i.- un agent for .-JUbscriptinns to ilii 
popular l.nited states r.oO Loan, and these uote» 
ivlil at all tim--s be kept on baud for sa c in sumt 
of from Fifty Dollars upwards. 

E. S. ED(;KKfON, President. 
JOHN NiCOLS, Vice President. 

D. A. MONFORT, Cashier. 



DIRKCTORS: 

IOHN NICoL !, I n. DAY, 

T. Ii. .Srs.WAUT, I N. H. HArtWOOD, 

B. PKESI.KY, IJ.B. BKADM*. 

C. H.S :H1 UtfElEB.^.IOsfcPU UAlLEY, 
P. KKKWK^ , r. K. SMIPH, 
I. C i,K»)l!OE, I .t3A*t; hlAPLKS, 

E. .'J.'KLGKHT.tN. 
St. P.nl, April K-th, 18fi5. 
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T^OTICE. 



The copartnership firm heretofore existing nn 
derthe name of BiGKLOM' & DAI..RYMPLF. 
has bacn di:-'^ Ivf d by the mutual consent of Uy 
members. 

Person-" having cliiras against the firm are re- 
quested 10 present them forthwith lor payment 
at the office cf 

IBIOCI.OTr dc CI.AI>K, 
And those inde:,ted to it are exhorted to equal 
diligence. 

St. Paul, April 1st, 18C5. 

HORACE R. BIOELOW, 

»pl-dlm OLIVER DALRTMFLE. 



DOCTOR BIGIXOW. 

• OfflM 179 South Clark StTMt. i» 

Corner of Monroe, CjrrcjAao, XX.JC.m 
Poat OfflM Box. XM. 



All Chronic and SexD- 
al Diaeaaea of a Private 
and Delicate Nature, 
.treated with nnparal- 
loledaucceaa. Dr.Bige- 
low's Guide to Health, 
for ladies and gentle- 
men. Is pnbliahed 
monthly. Send for it if 
yon think the writings 
of a physician whose 
repntation extendi 
throoghont the entire 



West shoold be worth 
reading. It Is sent in 
plain sealed envelopes, 
free of charge. Almoet 
every case can be treat- 
ed by mail. Medicines 
sent to any addrm. 
Ladles, send for descrip- 
tive Ciroular of rttsarit 
Rrm*dt, the latest and 
best preventatWe of 
cuucepUon known. 



Room* Separate for Ladles and Gentiemea. 

COHBUIiTATIOK AT OmOB. rSBa. 



Omoa Hocaa :— Prom B a. m. to 8 r. k. 



Sfwrmatorrhoea or Nervoas DebOlty, a ctire 
warranted. 




STOMACH BIITERS. 

Ten thousand bottle' 
sold in one mouth. The 
most p''>pular .^tomacb 
Bitters iu use. 

ROB&CK'S UnTEBS, 

Good for all derange- 
m."i!t of the Jtomach, 
lliiiousuesR, Liver Com 
plaint. auU GcuerafDe- 
bilitj, 

KOBAC.K'S BITTliRS, 

Tlieypo.'SPBs wonderj 
ful tonic propertii's, giv ( 
ing tune to llie appt<tit»J 
and digestive orpiaus. 

KOBACK'S BITTERSJ 

l)v!iil!tat<('l.Laaie.'i auiiS 
-•C'iuaiary poreons willC 
^5 i.ui 1.1 tiicinau (i:^sellont| 
i' tonic. 



ap21-dly 



J. O. BUliBAIVK & cq. 
Proprietors. 



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E T H E CASS 



OurOmnlbasses will run to and from the prh 
-Ipal Hotttls aud Boats in connection with tit' I 
rains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC RAILROAJ). 

Passengers and baggage will be called for lI 
mswer to orders loft at the j^ niTrlcan, Intern* 
^lonJil aud Merchants , or at our oV:'.in\ 

Jy» J. C. BLRBANKfcCO. 



Jauir.lydiw 



KBIT MAJtWACTOlKY OV 

BOOTS & SHOES. 



UOliALK'S BITTERS. 

wiaeglu-i^ful before tact: menl wil! removf-l 

Indigesti' h and all liv'.r disease'^, 

ROBACK'S miTEItS. 

They are belter than all Pills, Powl^rs, and otheil 

nauseous, disngreeaMe compound- 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

They ean bt> t.akon without regard to diet. As aai 
app'tizer they liavi- no euuui. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

They are prep ired by an old and skillAil physl 



I?EXfJ O T^E OIVI 

THE NEW YORK liND LiVERPODL 

PETKOLEUM COMPANY. 

CKGANIZKD UNDER TUB 

IMINING AND MANUFACTtJlU.VG L<WS Ol 

TOK .SIATK or NEW YORK. 

jCapitalOne Million Dollar* 

One Hundred ThDusand Shares, 



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#10 r»ei- Sliare. 

[Subscription Price $5 per Share, 
Not Liable to Furl her Assessment- 

Oir-FICJES : 

dan from" well-known vegetable re:.aedi5a.''"B ^** Enipil'e Uuildiujgr* 

ROBACIC'S BirTKR.^. H„^ « , - -^ __ , 

Wherever known they have become a standardH/l JBrOaUWaV. JNGW YOrk 
family >-trer.«thcuiiiKreu!edy. IB j? ■*»^" .^v*.**.., 



WAJRKROOaiS, 

|90 South C?Iark and B9 
Washington-St., 

OKKCACrO, HJLCSOn 

Manufictarers and Import err of 

MCnsical Ins^rnmetits 

iTRINGS. VIOLINS, '■■■ 

DRUMS, ACCORDKONS. 

f;LARmETS. GUITAPS. 

I^raMH Instnunents, 

\ND OTHER MUSICAL MERCUANDI8K 

«yIJR^^ng connection with Manufectaring 
Hot! sea in Berlin, f.cfpsic, Dresden, England and 
Paris, we arc prejiarcd to fnrnlsh DRALEltS, 
lANDS and INDIVIDL'ALS. with ev^ry anioie 
n tills line, at the lowkst maj(up^cti:bksm 
irioes. ^ 

WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR . 

PIANOFORTES 

OF THK FOLLOWING M ANUyAOI^liaFtlB 

frjw:M>Anr. * C!o.,ikMinM«r<-, 

V. U. «A&,K A: CO., af«w VosV. 



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J. W. Dow & F. Prandt 

Have taken rooms over L. SEMPER'8, on Third 
"treet, and having bought the entire Manufac 
turing Department of Messrs. W.J. Smith A Co. 
and I^uIh .>^emper, are prepared to make to or- 
ier all kinds ot Boots aud Shoes in 

A FIRST-CLASS MANNKR, AND 
KQUALTO ANY DONE in the NORTHWEST. 
Their long experience, and the ability and 
number of their workmen enable them to make 
to order in the best style, and on the shortest 
notice, all kinds of 

ADIES' BOOTS AND SHOES, 
KID BALMORALS, 

CONGRESS BOOTS, tc. 

Gents'' Fine French Calf Boots. 

SEWED fc PEGGED. 

49- AH kinds of repairing neatly done...cr 
Mr. DOW has long had charg? of the Manufao- 
tnring Department of W. J. Smith k Co.. and 
having aitoclated himself with Mr. BRANDT, 
would invite espedal attention to the beauty and 
finish of their mannfrntgres. i 

iV Orders to be left at L. BEMPER'S, on 3d| 
itreet near Wabaibaw.. iB23-lin ' 



I'Uiedy, 

ROBACK'S BITT.'-KS. 

Try and youon.? bottle, wiU'alw.ays use them audi 

recommend theiu to others. 

ROBACK'S BITTEHS. 

G. W. KoBACK, Comijounder of Stomachi 
BIfers, Blood Purifier, and Blood Pills, and Dis-I 
tiller and Mariufactnrerof Catawba and Sv.-Pdlsbl 
Brandit^s, aud all klm'.H of the llufstdimittstitl 
liquors, which aro sold wholesale or iti'anydeJ 
aired quantity; at Nos. SO, 5tt, 00 Kud 0:; EaBtl 
Third-st., CImlnnatI, Ohio. For nalebyDrugl 
gists and Dealers in .nedicioe everywhere. 

' » >c!i22 -ly 

Salut Paul .Marble Works, 

Cor. of Third & Kxehanti© « 
(Near the old American liouec.) 



|P. O, Addrraa, Bux »,3AM, Mew l'orU.{ 

OP^KICIGRB: 

I'Ton. DAXIF.I. 8. DICKLNM'N, Presidet-t. 

V\M. 1. PHlPP.s, Vice-l'icsldeiit. 
JKOHEkT BA.SSErr, 8e.>rctary. 
IH. J. BURl'lS Miiingiup't, lituBvile, Pa. 

iTLANIiC BANK, Hi B'wv, K. Y., Irw-turv 



JoMspaoy »r« ■««■ 



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All kinds of MARBL!-"; WOUK done 'o order i 

Particular attentinn piven to ('(•.N'T'tACT.'^l 

for large .MON U M tN Ts. or any kind of t'AiS C y| 

or PLAIN MvNUJlKNTAL WORK. 

ALL WORK WARRANTED. 

t^tSlov la tht time to leave your Spring or-l 

ders. .- " 1 

O. 9 AI>DRICH. 

feWHy Agtirtlor the Companv. 



Th» WVlia ttl the K 
[proslyciKirOil. 

Paymeni tor stock may ')e made in dratts, reg-| 
listered notes, or «iovernneiit bonds end securi-l 
I'.Ii s, which t>onds and DCcnriti«H will be takenl 
|it their icarket value. 

Uemittaccos m'-y be addressed to the Compa I 
[ny. P. O. Box5,.'?6«, New tork CItv or to "At-J 
lantic Bank, Trea-ary of Ibe >ew Yoik and Llv 
•rp'ioi Petroleum tjompany. Hi Broadway, New| 
'.'ork City," or to any ol Itiagtuts, 

eplltolnne9 



lYY^umxjfSY 

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E 13 T AT E, 

— AHE — 



iGreneral Coitimiseiion A.K«xita.| 
OOoa: Third Street, Bridge BIoA. 



itmt style*.*! the 



.nl«d and Printed In thel 
PRifSS" Job PriBtUur 



lOHAS, T, W .IITirXT, 

^>>ot*ry PabUo, 



I8AAO A. BASXSR, 

Banreyor ft Engine 



OituUb (itiu liariuoiihiin^, 

i>KALa.ii-i I. 'J 

Piano Stools, Spreads, &o. 

V/eh«vet,*i: i.AliGESTacd BK.'^T ARSORT- 
riU M( CIv of PI A!. OS JN . IJ E Hi > , whleh 
ir Power and Hwt^tnr-ss it Tone, VM'-f and 
AgreeaLI--< Toucli, and Ii<«utv of Finish, hare, by 
udgeg, ^l'tn pi onounci^d iinrirclled. 

As to t'.eirlative merits cf our PIANOS, we 
vonld i)pf( r to the Ceniticates of Excellence, in 
mr poaoession, from Thai hkro, Gottsphalk, 

irUAKO.Sr-H, IJ. .SAlXe-K. Jl. V I r fXTKltPft, 

L.rifts ijTAUB and E. Mfzio, Musical Director of 
he itaJtuD Opera, ar* also fTom come of the n ost 
ii>tingsishea Profesnors and Amatetirs in the 
wnntry. All Inptruraents of our manufacture 
lave the full iron frame, aud are gtiarante*d Jor 
ive iiean. 

«>>Bariicular attention paid to the selection 
of Instruments for dlntant orders, and a privilege 
)f ex<^ango granted at any time vithin six 
months, if the Insirumopt'" should not i-rove en- 
'irely satiiifactory. A iitjerai niscourU to Clergy- 

|ti.«n, Tescheri and Schools. Terms li}>eral. 
WHOLESALE DF.ALLKS wUl find it to their 

lidvautage to give us a call, aa hv greatly Increaa- 

I'd faculties, we are enabled to fiirall orderswith 

ilispateb. 

1 Ai-Pcrnons in want ol a REALLY FIRST 

hi ASS PIANO, will do well to call before pur- 

I ihttslng elsewhere. 

■jEnEmSKR XULB PXiAOH, 

liULIUS BAUER & fO., 

|99 S. Clark & 82 Washlngton-St. 

W Send for a Circular. Ie24-tntbftsat 



IvmSTCHESTEE HOUSE, 

IComer Broome-St. aTid Bo w e jy , 
NEW YORK. 

|Ontb*Barop«anp]an. AocommodatleBS fortwo 

huadred guests. 

)an>ty J. ¥. DAAKOW. Proprietor. 



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A railier Murders his Son 1»>| 
Be4ae«.t of the Sp»ril*. 



We mentioned on Sunday the fact of . 
„.urder having been committed rear Hen 
darson. a father having killed his son 
Yesterday Sheriff Veaslee. of Sibley Co. 
brought down the murderer and lodge, 
him in jail in this city. Through th. 
courtesy of Deputy Sherilf C.ra.e w. 
were enabled to have an interview witl 
the man. and learned from him the par 
ticulars which we append. 

Hii name is S»an .Johnson, he .s . 
native of Sweden, and thirty-six year- 
old He has lived in this country tlevei 
years all of that time being a lesiden'. 
of Minnesota. lli-< tome .s in New Swe 
den. Nicollet county, where he st.ll has i 
wife and five children living on bis farm. 

The murder was comnnlted last Tburs ] 
d»y noon. He says that he started witl 
a span of horses and wagon accompanlei 
by the boy, August Johnson, who wa> 
nine years of age. The spirits gatbere.: 
around him m large numbers, and sau 
their souls could not go to heaven unU■s^ 
he kUltd the boy. He says he was poss 
eised win a religious idea, and Ihuugh 
he could do a great deal of good if h. 
killed him : and also that if h<i cut hit 
head off he could put it on a-ai.i am 
and bring him to life. He accordingly 
took the boy to an optn field, where th. 
high grass of la^t season ijrmed a soil 
of brush, and directed hiiu to lie dowi 
lace downwards. He says be told ihi 
boy he was going to kill him. but he di. 
not cry ; and. as he represents, lay dowi 
very obediently, even crossing his handt 
in a particular manner, as directed. Tht 
only remonstrance made by the toy wa» 
to say. as near as the murtl* rer couU 
express it to us in English, " Good fa 
ther, clear me." 

With the boy lying in the position in- 
dicated, he took an axe and chopped hU 
bead off. The first blow "didn't quit, 
kill him, but pretty near." to use hi.s owi 
language. As he struck him, he saw a 
great light In the heavers. Finding tba' 
he could not restore him fo life, he tool. 
the body with the head hanging by i 
small piece of the skin, and placing it ii 
t he wagon started tor home. On the wa) 
back the spirits again surrounded him, 
*iopped his Lorspi. and took tb.- whtel^ 
offhii wagon and threw them away 
Tl-ey also became enraged' and severed] 
the bead entiTtly i rem the body. l»e 
termined not to be bafted. he unhitchecl 
his horses and mounting out of them, witl 
the the body in his arms, carried it home 
His wagon seems to have been recov 
ered from the clutches of the spirits, a> 
the next morning be took Lis team and 
drove rapidly over the prairie apparently 
without any tixed plan of operations 
He was finally arrested near Henderson, 
was taken to St. Peter for examinatioi 
and sent down here by thv Ariel. Ht 
called at the house of an acquaintance b 
little this sid9 of Henderson, and insisted 
upon a young laJy there coming down tt 
St. Paul with hi.a and upon being refus- 
ed her compau* endeavored to carrj.- hei 
away by force but was driven cfi' 

\Vhen asked i: he was soitv for wha' 
he had done, he said, "oh yes, I have hac 
great trouble ever since. I know so mud 
tow that I wouldn't do it any moie." 

7 he appearance of the man is repuljivt- 
throughcat, though not villauous. U« 
ia about five feet six inches high, ha? 
long brown hair, short ssndy whiskers, 
blue eyes and is heavily maiked wit! 
small-pox. His dress is rough, but not 
particularly unusual. 

His account of the affair would indi 
c&te insanity rather than malice, and a^ 
he does not appear to be more than hall 
witted it seems scarcely probable that h- 
could so well assume the part of a mad- 
madman. There was not the slightesi 
emotion visible w'jile he was answering 
thequestions which drew forth his ver»ioi 
of the alTair. and he occasionally smilcc 
as though it was an agreeable matter 
He has not very good command of oui 
language, but his talk, in his way, is ti 
all appearances perfectly rational. 

■4r. !»• Sochltara** Dvalal. 

Editors St. Paul Press : 

Sms: — In your paper of Sunday, I noticf 
an irticle in which you proff-^" to be rrediblj 
informed that I expressed in litting tones m> 
joy at the death ol Pre-idcnt Lincoln, .and 
Secretary Seward, hy aAsassiraiion. 

I wish to say that thichar^'^ is fal.se ant 
does me injustice. Capt. Shelby was present, 
knows the facts, and will bear me witnesf 
that the accusation is false. I tbiak ir woulc 
be in bad taste as well as indiscreet to uttei 
snob sentiments in a crowd of patriors of th< 
present day, if I thoaght some good to tht 
country might result from the tragical event 
which I do not. 

Bespectifolly, 

PHILIP DeROCHBURNE. 

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Wh* Arr«ktrd 3tra. Bilaaablf 

I notice in the Pioneer ot last Friday, i 
statement that Oeo. Tnmhull arrested Mrs I 
Bllanski after her escape. The statement i.>| 
incorrect, as I made the anest myself. I hok I 
obligations of E. Y. Caldwell, sheriff at thn. 
time, for my share of the reward which wa I 
offered, which I will sell for tive cenu* on tfti 1 
dollar. Lieut. A. J. CHURCH, 

Brackett^s Minn. Battalion. 



•tdeBt-Vatt«<i ««««•• ITar VvaMli 
tw Carrig-n k*or«a. 



o>c this boat once more in port on Sunday .ftJIJt; PRESIDENT'S LAST PROCLA'| 

■JlK came out la.t sprint', but didn't have an| MATiON. 

.nportunitv to run long cnoiiph to make the 

.„MnaintanceofherSt.ruullriend.s. Her of-, 

lie, rs :ire, Capt. J. W. Parker ; Ist Clerk. Chas^jjSc.-ietary Seward's L.a«t Words 
r. nine; 2d Clerk, Wm.Varker. || |o Flirope. 

I iikMcLeii.\n, Ciipt. Hatcher, Irom 
a t'rosse brought in a Urge load ot freight 
.^st evening. The other boats brought up] 
mt little as they did not know whether they 
voii'.d be ttl.U to get through or not. The] 
vlcI.eUan leaves with the raiiil at 10 \. m. 

1 iiK Gu.iY will hereafter run daily be- 
ween here and Shakopoe and interi.iediaSi 
.oints, including the Kort. The Minnoota 
v". , Iky stages will luii no further down iluii; 
;h;.kopce and the livay will take the balanct 

)f the trip. 

Tii.vNKS.- W. H. Baron, i lerk of tht 
M,l ellan, has our thanks for late papers am. 
uanifest of the trip. The crowded st.ite o1_ 

jur columns this morning compels us to omnat,el,| have enjoved ihem fully^and^unm 
Itlie publication of the inanifi^t. Ire 



THK Hft™ ^ i'ATJL iP-H^ESB T UESDAY, APRIL 18, 1865 



He often rendered himself obnoxious 
in theatrical circles by the expression of 
jhis disloyal sentiraenis. He was a great] 
ladmirer of Brutus, the assassin of Ciesar, 
|Charlotte Corday, the assassin of Marat, 
Foan of Arc, and that class of historical 
Icharacters. He was subject to occasion- 
al sprees of intoxication, and was gene- 
rally regarded among actors as a reek- 



I'pUR SAIiK. 

A SIXTY-INCH CIRCULAR SAW. 
Ariily to 
HI l.<i:iw 



(i, W. NICOLS !c Co. 



-yALUABLE LANDS FOR SALE.J 

By direction of the Hon. Secretary of the! 
Interior, the undersigned will receive Pcaledl 
bids for the purchase of any or all of thel 
lands hereinafter described, they being! 
ong the choicest and best farming l.ind inl 
|Minne.«ota. I 

I'heBe lands comprise what are known a.^ 



§vg (l^wi$. 



NETXr GOODS I 



. , turn CIiAMA H ARIiA.HI>, Clarvoy-Buje Winnebago Trust Lands in the State ofBpi \kl I „ /-rnrcn II kl C f\ I 

utmcted uud..r svirituai dlr.'ctlon, in.connecj ' exceeding one" ® • 



id promise, 
iojal, especially Kdwin. 



\B:/ thi- t'reiiiient of th,- Lnited States: 
I V rRCKIJ.\MATION. 

j Wl^ereas. for some time past, vessels! 
loi w:kr o( the United States have beenl 



SrA.Ni.'^H Foist, April 1, via Cairo 

,• 1 - . ^"t-ril^iBAnril l.S — Our land batteries and tleet 

umnunities to which thev were entitledHap"V . .. '. .. l,.. :_i. c„.. ». 



eliised in certain ports privileges andl 



ess and erratic young fellow, though aHjou^^.-v. ..,...- ^ • n' enabled t 

tragedian of superior ability, or'gin*''fy'Bp"e°.l^'t'to''you a ""te*" iik.M*trit"'your futurcHhundred and sixty acres each, under the pro 
His brothers are intenselyBnfg, ,M»rtiier. Shn can also tell witliin a 'ew,f «>*Bvisions of a treaty concluded with the Win 

lX;y';?^"he;X^,"aLd'numbe%^^^^^^ Indians, April 13th 1859, and an| 

'eiai^ivecoforofnMrana nys, complex! on, Bact of Congress, approved February Slst^ 
ace liiBlit.and iicvie in/«//,onclose ::.scpiit8 an«igg3 entitled " An act for the removal o 
Ai;.l..-a eivelopp '-'■•■-■>■- ^^ M.M.M - .. . - .. . 

The name and r. „. >..... . , ^fi,„:, i. 

ou to open a carre.'-pondt'nce) will be sent roiHUieir t 

:m centa<iihl ilinnfil. aprl.'i-iw* ^ benefit." 

No bid will be entertained at a rate le.«>| 



FROM MOBILE. 



.mmunities to which tney ^^["•^^"'""^Jopened a tenific fire on Spanish Fort, a. 
nj treaty, public law, or the comity o |?P ^. ^^ theenemv respond- 

"'^''°^^^f.^'.!..!**":^•Ir..:?^:r.?• '/id briskly! Forty deserter. 'fro.^ the 



war of the cotmtrv wherein the said pn ™ -. • , 

yilc.es and immunities have been wTth-iort came in^o <gamP to-da> 

.el.rhave enjoyed them ^-,-^--1 ^:re';isontsta\'%£ which 
eriuptedly ... the ports of the Umtedim P ,^^ ^,.. 

states, which co..d.t.on of things has no ihas -v^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^ 



MiXNE-HA-HA, Summer and Winter, at■^]^Y^^,^ t,.en forcibly resisted by the] 
Niartin's Art Galierv. The onht place in tlKBL'nited St;ites, although on the other 
•.tv where a full and complete collection oi«(,ai.d they have not at times faded to pro 
;M.otographs of Minnesota seenery. Indians 



Ixc , can K- had. of all sizes, is at M-irtin's Ar 
lai'lery. No. 26* Third street. 
Fine cird l'hot..graphsof our late Presideni 

It Martin's. 



4t 



e.-^t agaiiiy!. and declared their dissatis 
jaction with the same. In the view of] 

he United Slates no condition any Ion 

!2er exists which can be claimed tojstd^y. ^^ ^^^^^ much longer.' They are sending 

ill their materials of war and public pro- 



briakly. 

This morn- 
ured lifty-fivel 
which he] 
er- 
only] 
„hiee killed and seventeen wounded 
Fort Tracv has had two guns disabled by 
|the 1st Indiana battery. The SpanishI 
Fort, on the northeast corner, has beer] 
ihattered considerably, and with the tir« 
that was commenced ju.st now, they can- 



Mr?!. Duf^an's Letter 

Ifrom New York, received to-day. s'.ates that sht| 
Idid not buy her stock af 

iMillioorv and T>icy GooAtaj 



|than two dollars and fifty cents per acre. 

In case a bid is accepted, the party making! 
|the same will bo notified as .-^oon thereafteil 
|<ts practicable. If within thirty days aflcij 
Much notice the parly bhall fail to make pay 
|ment to the undersigned, the land for whi. !.] 



Are receiving by expie«« from the late 



PANIC AUCTION SALES 



IN NEW YO!iK. 



REAL ESTATE. 
|l%Iorg-a.ii A IVIcOlouflt 

iVsents and Dealers. 

|sAii«rr iPAjJi^ BfH^M. 

EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION- 



Having had tea years' exp«Tt«Boe la th* BmI 
lEatate Ba»lne«« in 8t. Paul, and baring fiMiUtiei 
Ifor transacting the buslnest In arery ooanty la 
Ithe Ktate throagb our correspondents, we offer 
lour »' rvlcea to buy and sell nopertT i>ay Tlikes. 
loeKOttate Loans, collect Kenfi, locate iMai 
iWarrante, and do all and everything c«,nn(>gted 
|witha general Keal KHtate Agenoy. 

We Inrlte attention to our Lists of 



We have several lon cf tlioso Now (ioodfjiebtedness of the Winnebago Indians, issued| 
lopfutd at our ucw btari' ou 



\uy the Cominis.-^ioner of Indian Affairs, foil 
llhc debt of said Indians, and ^ccured to bel 



A.Nl> 



IT. S. 7-30's. — This investment is still 
he rage, ^alesatthc First National l^an^i ^^ 
|;br ihrtc d.iys of this week, ;^W,000. TheB^Y 



present loan is taken up, but the Bank has 
hem tor >ale. and also > JO.tHW ,,(>ld-bcarinp 

The First N.\iio.nal Bask oi- SainiI 

•:ud furn'.shes through tickets fiom IWeipoo!! 

|.na»iue-n.-tovvn to --t.Fa.d, b, racket, ship anci 

K:eaiuer, at lo« citrates. .AUo Uralts on Kng f 

an 1, Ireland. tJermany, .SwlizeiUnd.bwed. n andj 

N-orway.and all other European S.at<>«. 

m r w im o ^^_ M .rch .tS, l!h,5. 

Tickets for tiik E\st — The ticket! 

)!«ce connected with the La Crosse line oil 
icamers is now open and through tickets ean[ 
je procured to all points in the East. Dili 
m the levee at the foot of Jackson street, 
pp.vu', CH.\S. THOMPSON, Agent. 



the denial to them by any one 
i):itions of the customary naval rights| 
such as have heretofore been so un 
iueccssatilv persisted in. Now there- 
fore I. Abraham Lincoln, Tresidentl 
the United States do hereby| 



iuakc known that, if. after a reasonable] 
time shall h; ve elapsed for the intelli 
.'cnce of this proclamation to have reach- 
i;d any foreign country in whose portt 
ihe privileges and immunities shall have 
been refused as aforesaid, they shall con 
tinue to be so refused,|then and thence 
orth the same privileges and immunitie. 
^ball be refused to the vessels of war of 
the country in the ports of the United 
States, and this refusal shall continue 
'until the war vessels ol the United State^ 



perty out of Mobile to Selma. 

It'is rumored here that (ien. Thomas'l 
-•avalry, Irom Kastport, Miss., is two 
Idays from Mobile, on the other side. Al: 
Itheir available force, l'.<>0(>, hi.s bee 
divided between Forts Hughes, Tracy 
iBlakely and Spani.sh. In Sjiani!.!. Fort] 
jthere are I'.OOO, whom Thomus com-] 
Imands. 

A rebel states that Gen. Forrest made 
jan unsuccessful attempt to get into the 
Ifort on the ;Ust. Our shells fell so thick] 
{that he was unable to accomplish it. 

The only way by the bay into iMobih 
lis around" obstructions on '.he westeriJ 
shore, and that only for boats dtawiiii.! 



{till after the fall of Richmond and surrender ol 

'^om'ft^wVr c.""l.' low wh.^""^^^^^^^ bid wa-. made will be subject to .-^alc t, 

I lone fonr days previous. 'I h<> psn'c was awful M^y other per.-^oli. ^ oJf 

lrob*-l (lympatliizers groaned and trenbled to th< ■ Patents will he issued and transmitted t 
r,?;r Mm!.n\;r?5:' n\n^.r-b"V.?oo7r'efovlpurch^ a« soon after paj^ncnt as the Bamc 
|..rtd. and were «p.'nr.joiclnf?und crying Glory tcQ;im be prepared. Payments may he iiu-idcM-^--,-^^ T>liiru A.llVES ! 

(iod! Our Country Saved! iiet/elliou (ionc ! J^iiher in cash or in the certihcates of in-W-'-^ -»-* ▼ v M^M^.m^c^^->- ^ ■--^'^ 

• bav 
dat( 
Third Street. St. Paul. 

itiLrn bonnets. lI'cjBpaid out of the i)rocecds of the sale of #aid| 
'";i'-.."V;.=?.t"*;K±*'iil?iilands by the t'liid article of the treaty abovtl 

lucntioned. The right lo reject any and all! 

loids is expressly reserved. All bids must be| 

]:;ealed and addressed to the undersigned. 

IvViwihiiigton Citj, D. C, and indorsed "Bid 

{for Winnebago Trust f..and." 

As licrelofore many persons have bid up' 

J>n thesQ lands, and after the awards havel 

Ibecii iiiiulc lo them have failed to respond.! 

Ithe Secretary of the Interior hereby directtj 

Ithat all bidshereaflersubmitledniust be ac- 
companied by a dtp06U of a sum equal tol 

lien iicr cent, on tbe amount of each bid,| 

Iwhich, in case the land is awarded .and th( 

|balanee not paid, will be forfeited by Ih( 

Ibidder; slieuld the bid be rejected, the sum] 

Leposiled will be returned to the unsucccss 

Iful bidder. 

"DESCRIPTION OF LANDS." 



SPLKNTDII* SiT Y I <^8 ■"cixr & country property" fob sale. 



Conn- and seo iho.*e PatI 
lir.' i;j^i'v lUtli'tliiugc. T 
Itlar Ornament*, ea4. We think them wel)| 
Lainel. Also a lot of Crystal Trlminiugs, Gol(J 
Hot Buttons, l)re»8 Trimaii^", and Omamenta 
|\ erv ni'w. ury «ioodf , t li.uk.> and Cloakings, ai 



ilifl'louest j)aaic jiric^g. Kenieuiber the i>!ace— I 
1. xr below Little's llook .'jtf r-*, Cmliolie hlock | 

t. I'aul, Minneeoia. 

Apiii 15, it»»v.. »|)rt.>tt 

entrally located, 10 Room-*, Cistern aad Weh] 
HENRY McKKNTY, 
Dealer in Ke&l Estate. 
St. Paul. April 11. 1W5. ll-dlw* 



UDiES' DRESS GOODS 



CA.LICOKS, 



k 



I &nd offer BARGAINS In both. Amonf them 

The best Burlnesa Corner In St, Paul. Also. 
100 feet on I bird Jtreet. 
150 feet on Seventh street. 
Lots In all the Business streets. 
FurnUhed Uouses, $1,800, $4^500, and tlS.OOO 
leach. 

Uoufes and Lots i^om $300 to $25,000 each. 
Residence Lots in St. Paul and eliewikera, 
f'srms and Farming Lands. 
Mineral Landn. 
Pine lands, etc., etc. 

Parties wishing to sell or purchas* ar« lavlted 
|to call. 

BIOReAS * McCX4»IID. 

St. Paul, Feb. 23, 1865. 

fabasiyit 



WHOLESALE 

I600I & SHOE HOUSE. 



lOCAL JSIO»irK» 



— ■■— .. .i:,.Mlour feet of water. Thev have one tor- 

,hall be vlaced upon an «"/'";, .f^'*^ I pedVll commande.l by a j.ilot former 1 
.n the foreign ports af^oresaid wi h s;mda.|P .^ ^^^ ^^.^^^^ ^^^^^^ J^^.l^ ^^^.^^ j^^. 

vessels of other countries. f^^« ^°^^°|,fianted torpedoes in everv river and 
States, whatever claim or pretense ^^im jbat approaches the city. (Japtai. 

have existed hereto ore. are now »* »«»«lpti«amire commands batterv Tracf anc 
ntided to claim and concede ^" ^^^'^K,; ,i^ty-five men with him. A letter wa.J 
-'^. "-'^A''..^''"^V >:° :.r:i' . "i'^lpublish^d in the Mobile .f^reW.v.r on th. 



liy A » T ■: ■» . 

Active, energetic men in every town in tli< 

l-itale to fell the New England Sewing Machine, 

hi mo.'^t perfect thing in the world. From *15t| 

o i-'iKi per muntli sdary, or most liberal com- 

linissious given. Address WM. K. POST A CO. 

dox r.tr, M. Pkul, Minn. apll Iwd tw&w* 



ANU 



<)d account of our Increasing Wholesale Trade 
Imd to meet the wants of the advancing City and 
Htate after the first of April, we shall engage 



ICE! ICE! ICE 



3^. T 



E. L Allbx, formeily of the New 

YoikStcr?, iiinn. npoli* , has booght ih.' <tor< 

and lot near the Nicoket Eou?^, and ii d»ily ex ! 

peoting his emir.' nfvi .stock of Dr.. Goods, Bat.s,| 

"spf, *c , bought al auction itd panic p:ijf s. 

»j;rl3 lw| 



NoTiCK.— Being about to make £! 
e large in my bu^lces-. I propose to eell out mj 
aiole, complete snj well •■elejted "took of To- 
t)iccj, con-'i.<ii>g CI 
160 bbls.Sp.iui-ti Mixed and ether Snioking, 
UOObbls. Sti^m-. 
5<j Boxes PluK Tobicco. Icc.udlr.g th» Une^ij 

Xatarat I e^t la li.n:k.-i. 
.: j Kegs Suutl . 
■^b bbls Fine Cut Chewiog. 
ill of wiilcli l.S oUt-rea ar iuaiiuiaetuie;s pnoe? 
freight thrown in— my ob|Oi-t b Ingtocjmiae my 
vvholo a'teufiTntj the icaculactnre and sal*" ol 
egars, of which I h»ve a largn supply on hand. 
*^t!ich !« oCercd to the trade at low prices. 

O G^KilING. 
apl+dim Cor. tVh and dack.-^on St. 

Watson, Densmore & Co., Pro^rie 

I or* ol the H. W. Steam Eaker/, bave opened s 

halpsrooiu for th» accommodmlon of thf^ir pa 

Itrons in upp£-r town at "Vti tilde Booke Stf^re' 

>f GroS 4 Bailey, near uppor end oflhiid .^t. 

Fiieto they will keep u-msiabci} on l;und all irti- 

do.' of their mannfactar?. i -rdcrs ior Cakes, * c, 

Iwi i receive prompt atten ion. 

St. Paul, Aprd I-.', lesii apli-lw 

Wk havk this day marked down out 

ntire stock of Clothing, consisting of ihe bes 

nike and quality of Coat.', I'-iats and Vesta ; al- 

Gentj' Furuishing Uoods, and will tell thi 

jame to correspond witli iIk^ falliu gold. 

On.i oi the lirmbeiof' cca-iiintly in tbe Liar 
iH we are in dally in-.ip'. ti good manufai: 
curc-A from the best material and oi th.- latc.< 
styles, which we will sell at wboieeale cr letii 
It lower rates than can be found cUewhf#e. 

L.-iSTWOOU A MUKKI^ON. 

it. Paul, Roger's Block / 
< doors above the Bridge. \ 



Ipiialities among all maritime nations. 
|ln witness whereol I have hereunto sell 
mv hard and caused the seal of the| 
United Statds to be alHxed. 
lOcne at the cit\ of Washington this elev I 
enih dav of April, in the year of ouil 
Lord 18W, ard of the independence oil 
ihe lnited .States of America the eigh-| 
t\ -ninth. 

.\15RAHAM LINCOLN. 
|Bv the President ; 

\V. H.Sr.w.AKK, 

.secretary of .State. 

Ithe latest edict of jeff. oavis.i 



.il.st ult., by (ieneral Manry. urging re 



The undersigned are prepuej to deliver Ice tcl 
lill their regu'ar and transient customers at tht| 



linforcements to be sent to Spanish Fort.B,(,;io„ingrat<»s for the 6ea.»on of is<r. : 



ind that if he did not get them he woulijl 
Ihave to turrender it to the enemy. Theiif 
Meet consists of five iron-clad steaaiers.j 
the Huntiville. Tenne.s.see. Tuscaloosa, I 
JMorgan and the Nashville, disabled b>l 
|rhe Ist Indiana heavy artillery on the 2d,l 

:arrying in alt twenty guns, some seven-l 
linch' smooth bore and nine-inch Brooki>| 
Iritles, the whole under command of Com 

niodore Farron. They have also fouil 
Itransports with guns mounted on them. I 

which have all remained out of range the] 

past two days. 

|.>ipeoial dispatch t;> Chicago Tribune. 

Nkw Oki.kax.s, April 7, via Cairo.I 
lApril i:l.— Adjf. (ien. 'Ihoinas arrivedl 
Ithis morning from Mobile, flreat joy i.-| 
Felt .smoDg the troops there at the capture 
fol Selma. and the evacuation of Moble| 
[may be expected soon. The .Spanish 
(.)ur losses outsidel 



;E\ tract* rron. Xorih C'Mreiina R«b»l| 
I'apri^-Vnlou .nwv^mwmU !■ MUa- 
isa ppi aati Alabwma. 

ISpecisl L'i-patcl. lo tl,i Chicago Tribnne. 

WA-'iilS''Ti>N-, April H. 

Your coneapondence with Generall 
tSchofield's army, sends the following ex-Bfort still holds out, 
.racts from the Kaleigh Confedeiate ofBSpanish fort up to the 4th amount in kiU-l 
[rhe 7th. which i^ the latest informationjed and wounded to 600. 
Iwe have from Rebeldom : I .><pecial dispatch to CIdcapj Tribuae. 

Xevvblux, N. C. April 14.— 1 cli^^l ^fEAU Spanisu Foi-.t, Monii.E, Ai.v ,1 
from the Dai y Confederate, of the 7th,H^prii o.— General Wilson's command oil 
ipjV.lisbed at Kaleigh, the following sy-B(.gyg|ry has marched on Selma, and cap-' 
Inopsis of the latest edict of poor KingB^y^gj ^^^ ^■^^\^ twenty-three pieces of artil 
Jv 11'., the fugitive. The message is dateoBi^pj ^ machinery, ammundion and mucll 



1 ifTY CENTS PER 101 POUNDS. 
So le^ii than llfty cents per wevk for the small-] 
^st iiuantity. Any person cjmmenclng totakil 
Ice after the Urat day of .^^une will be cliarged omj 
:ei t per pound on delivery, or at the expliationi 
>f each week. 

CUfcS. SYMONOS, 
JOHN WAGENEK. 
apI3 -d.1ro 

]P L O Vk^ S ! 

BROADCAST SEED-SOWERSI 

UaT-den Heed 1 drills ! 

Garden Wheel Barrows ! 

& CO I 



[BilifilOW, MlllDOtU 

mchl& ly l.tll 



VVuKMi I \VOK.MB ! i -MOTHRKil 13JlV> 

foi.'ii CHiLi>P.s;i,— fiioucauds oi o'liiJren di 
.cany Irota WoKMa wnobe livetf might tc mvei 
•lothois 1^ Oa. CilUllCiilLLd WtJilM LOl 
-.-NGES wrOch wl!! «Br«.:y lUii ar.d expel then 
roai your oiiildr'-n CtiUilrea will tat Iheaa 
'cadilyase,a7 candy. I'^or Coughs, Culda, ftc. 
ISO Shield's Compound Cougii I.oienges^h- 
Qost pleasant and uflootaa! remedy al-tcovered, 

Korsale:jy alil>ruggists, 

Kk>\VAUI> U.hiGOa, 

Irl-dtwkw \gentf.-r .^'alnt Pan!. Win. 



For thk nk.\t Sixt\ 1>.\y.s. — Our ex 
en.-l?e stock of CI.OTH£^G, GENTS' FUR 
^flSHIKO GOODS, HA T.i AND CAPS, FIN! 
JLaCK CLOTHi, l)i>*.SKINS, and FANCi 
JASS1MERF.3, is uilered at such priettf as wi! 
tnsure the quick »al3 of the rfcuie, and satisfy al 
[that, to da business, «.ne must keep pace witl 
tie times. 



at Danville : 

"JEfF. U.VVIS' ME-^-^AUE 

Tba^ (General- in-Chief found it neces- 
saiv to make such movements of hi 
troops ai to uncover the capital. It 
A/ould be unwise to conceal the moral iind 
.naterial injury to our cause, resulting 
from the occupation of the capital by the 
enemy It is (qually unwise and un 
A-oitbv of us to allow our energies to 
alter and our efforts to become relaxed 
under reverses however calamitous the) 
aiay be For m:iny months the largest 
ind fmeU armv -"f the Confederacy, un 
der the c mn a id of leaders whose pres 
ence inspired equal confidence in the 
-roops and the people, has been greath 
cranimeled by the necessity of keeping 
ronsta t watch over the approaches to 
the capital, and has been forced to forego 
norc thin one opportunity for promts 
ng enterprises. It is for us, country 
men. to show by o-ir bearing under re 
/(.•r.«es, how wretched has been the self 
deception ol those who have believed u 
mable to undergo misfortune with fjr-| 
itude. und to meet danger with courage. 
•' We bave now entered upon a new 
:)hase of the struggle. Relieved from th* 
ieces8i:y of guarding particular pointp. 



fjovernment property 

LiTKR- 12 M. — a salute of one bun 
dred guns was fired just now by both 
army and navy in honor of ihe above 
From a Mobile paper of yesterday ii 
seisms that Gen. .lohnston has been de- 
feated by Sherman Johnston has fVllen] 
back on Raleigh, whrre the enemy (Fed 
rals) are now nescpinp him 

Cannonading is occasionally heard ioj 
the direction of Biakely. 

Yeaterday, after 9 .*. M , little firing] 
occurred around Spanish fort. Few] 
were wounded yc.Hferda> - -not more fh*ir 
forty alonfj the whole line. Their works] 
begin to crumble at several places 



IHOP. VI t It. BiaKt*j\V. liBEkNLKAFCLARK 

BiKelo>v & Clarlt 

JAfrORVi'.iS * COUN.SF.I.LORS 

Otfice 11. Bernhelm r Block, Thlid strict, 
lipt.«ni St. Paul, Mi nn. 

HUMAN HAIR 11 




Nw q 8d (J .<i'c 6, lots 1 and 2 and nw ij r.e q, 
^lOtiSand IhW.j, swq sec IS, IcH and swqneqi 
on 1 J 3 nw q st'C 10, sec :ia,town llKl range 'il. 

Xw q gpcrt, n li DH q, sw q, !• Ii nw q ki'C 7, no ul 
- h .«<• q. w h sec 18. « li anil n' q ne ((r, w h and| 
e q 8W q sec lU, e h h«- q sec :!'>, town lor ning« 

fWhneq.seq, g h and sw q sw q, ehnw 
•ecni,towu los, ring!'-.;:',. , . i 

« h sec 2.1, sectlona -M and -T. !> h sec a*, "hano 
aw q gee 'M, soctions :t'J to : tl Inclaiivf , town 100,| 
rjnge '-ii. ^ , 

iNe q, ae q se q, w h sw q, w h nw q ^ec 1 ; w 
me q, n h, ne q spc •.; ; e li and s-w q ne q s<'c :{; 
• h ne q, w h aul se q sec ;'> ; i> li n v q, n li sw - 
ec rt ; w h ne q, nw q rJ? q spc 7 ; e h, ne q and 8 
1 nw q seo 10; \v h n«' q, w h and ne (j 8« q, v/ n| 
.ec 11 ; e h no q, e h mw q. uw q uw q sec i2; w 
t ne q. se q, nw q, n h sw q, s?c H ; n h hw q, fe 
J nw q sec itf; s u nw q ne q, h h and nw q se q,' 
,0 q sw q, nw q tcj W, town lo." range -ii. 

Lot 1! ii*" q. bw q, «* li utd fw q uw q.iecaO 
town 108 range •-•+. 

WehsecVJ; if-cilonsiC, to 2'.t inclaslve; ne 
HPC :tO; w h sec 31 : lot I ne q. bw q, lots a and 
ind nw q nw q sec .C ; •' h ii->: -n ; eocts SI , 13 ana 
W, town urn, range li-. 

lA w q, s h 111' q s»c 1 : w h and sw fj ne q, n 1. 

-e q >• a and nt- q iiw q sec •-', tow n 10, range 2f.. 

fc h nt-q, nw q sw (i. s.-c ;'..'; sf (| sec :t:t; e h 

neq, w h sw q'sec :M ; nw que:!."!: e h noq.seq. 

ot -1 BW q, lot 1 and u b u-.v q, sec 'M, town lOo 

"'Sf-^q 8W q, sw q g w .1 sec 1 ; n w q fee 2 ; 8 h anap«*" at 
3e q ne (i, sr q gee :i ; e w q n w q tfu ti ; se q sec 7 : 
< h lie q tec 10 ; nw q b»'c il ; w h sw qsec 1.5; sw 
iistc 15; 8 h SIC IC; wh xfc 17; sections l^, I'.l 
iOand 21 : w h nee lii; n h ne q sec •..'l; e h an 
aw q eec'-M: 4> h and BW qsec-,'0; seciiou i v*tl i 
tl'. Inclusive, town 10('' range jc. 
^w q se q, w h sec :: ; se q sec 4; s h sea 7; e hi 
,ud nw q sec !? ; n h sec '.' ; nw q sec lo; bw q bet| 
,12: ne q s<'0 i:i; swqsoc 17; n h sec iS; i- h sec 
llV; sw q, V h nw q sec 20; se q sec 22; n h nw 
Leo 2i5 ; a h nw q 27 ; a h se q. e h and nw q nw c, 
l«ec2S; n h ne q, nw q sec 30; s li imq secai; gl 
I le q, se q, nw q sec 32 ; ne q, »* h nw q eec 3l ; i 

Jo sec 35, town !07, range 20, ^. 

■ Ne q, se q se q, nw q sec .15, town loii, rftnge26J 
«• ■ Sw q nw q 8»c 2; f u and ^w q nw q scc4; 8wl 

If, w h and se q nw q sec 5; eh h, sw q sw q, o hi 
Af I.AW.Bjw q sec iJ; w h sw q sec 7 ; sect'Oiis 12, ii, 14 ;l 

^n h se q spc 15 ; »>- q sej 17 ; e h h gee 20 ; t> h, e 1 1 
Lw q seo ^2 ; sections 23, 24, -Ja. 20; eh, fw q. e hi 
Lnd n«' q nw q seo 27 ; s li sec 29 ; ne q sec :il ; ij 
Ih sec sec Xi , sw q sec H . « n ne q, se q, se q n»| 
Iq sec 34 ; e h sw q »oo ''u , -^cc 31, town lot., iangk| 

W h ne II, se q, n<' q sw q, hw q sac 2; w h u» 
sec 6; e h no q sec 1! ; ge q 12; ne q, tt- q nw 
|sec 13; w h and «e q se q sec 17: n h bw q. s» 
aw q sec 18 ; oh ne <i, se q sec 20 : sw q. s h nw 
1 sec 21 ; sw q -iW q sfC 24 ; ne n sw q »»'c 26 ; nw 
J sw q sec 2c; ui- 'i ne q, sw q se q, bW q, s li uwl 
q, sec 29 ; w h and se q see 30 ; w h and ne (j ne q,| 
w h ge q sec 31 ; no q. n w q sec 32 ; e h se q sec 33 ;| 
■; h sw q sec 3j, town 107, range 27. 

Lots 1 and 2 ne q, lots 3 and 4 and nw q se q 
»' q nw q etc !! ; se q so q "ec 35, town lOS range, 

nido will be rec-ilved as abovB invited until thil 
Ut Day of .Tune next, al which thee all 
bids then received w ill ho examined and actedj 
I'ipon 



ilTOOP SIvlRTS iBExclusively in the WLolsale Trade. 



which, togetbtr with an 



KXTKNSIVE B»XOCII 



OF 



DRY GOODS, 



IHE? WILL 8K.1.L AT ITIK 



I Ind as we shall keep a full stock uahrokan by !«• 
I'alllDg, and 

Sell at Chicago Prices, 

J Freight ndded, we are confident It wiU be for the 
iiCtereet cf the Merchant* of Mtnneiota to exam* 
|ine our Goodg before purchasing elsewhere. 

irSI. S. flHlTH * CO., 

mch2.Vly Bt. Paul, Minn. 

ICARlUAd^ES Si UCiHT WACONS. 



We have tor sale a good asgortmenl ov 

IlOWEST MflRKET PRICES.|B U G G 1 E S 

i^** ^ (ipen, TopaDd Side Spring, 

ID'VPRESS WAGONS, 

Those who waut Dry O iodg should be sure andH 



D. W. INIJER^OLL & CO.'S 

fceptlly BT. PAUL.MINMI 



r 



NEW GOODS, NEW PRICES! 



also, light one horse LUMBKK WAfiON."^, wiui 
half springs. 
jgg- Terms lotr, for cnxh only. We are con- 
stantly manuiacturing KIRST-CLASS WOHK ; 
tiavo every facility; use the best of Kaatera 
stcck ; and rospecttully atk a share of patronage. 

V. n.-R¥I*AmiNO IN ALL ITS BBANCHK8 

•ttend>-d to promptly, at reaconable rates. 
4^ Factory on Hobert street, bt. Paul, Minn. 
B|.lj-d::ni QUIMBY A HaLLOWELL. 



IC^THC^ JRT <fc CO 

Are receivini; by Express 

|Large Additions to their Slock,|Hor: 

coneigting of ai i the novelties In 

iForeifiD & l»omi5slic Dry Goods 



The Bubscrlber proposes to keep a BAUhS 
STABLE at the stand recently occapied by Geo. 
Gruhcr (the Parmer's Home,) 

)N FODBTH ST,, NEAR ST. ANTHONTST., 

FOB THK 

Purchase and Sale of Horses. 



Parties deFfrlng to purchase, sell or exohange 
orses are respectfolly requested to call at tbe 

8. KAHN. 



Sales Stable 
fobiiVSm* 



BOICXJP A OA.KES, 



Having made our purchases ander the most 
Ifavorable circumaiancor , we are enabled to offei 
]i line of goods which will be attractive toali whc 
|<eek lor the Now, the Beautiful and the Good. 

Tendericg our thank' for the liberal patronagi 
llestowed upon us in th' past, we would respect 



iBaukers and Exchange Dealers, 

0<X>DBICH BLOCK, THIRD ST., 

ISAINT PAUL, MINN- 
KMtablisbed in 1801. 



Collections payable In the City atadefreaot 
30st. and througnout the SUte free of obam be- 
yond actual expenses Inourred. RemlttaBOM 



Washington City, U. C, April loih, lSi». 

Acting Comnils.-'.ioner of Indian Atfairs. 
ttprlJ)-oaw6w 



THE VETEHAN'S TRIBITE. 




Tbc Soidlera ai Towt ^aeiliug oa tli»l 
Assaaaiuatiob o( Presiaeut A inealnl 
and Secretary Seward. 



Fort Sneli.ino, Minn., Apiil 1-i, Ih6;>. 
lEdltora St. Paul Pre« 

I dare say that Fort Suelling never heforel 



Briag*» Suuare, St. Paul. 

|Wig Maker & Importer of| 

UUMA]N HAIR, 
|Wii% Braids, Bands, Curls, &c.|3 EA-XJTIFU1-.I 

.MAKUFACTl a* D BV DIMSELK, 



fuUy .■solicit a continuance of the same-wlth th^B^""^ thl^li/i^T collection at the lowest rata 
issurance that It shal he our aim to make allB,f ^xchBuge. 



puainegg transactions loth pl.'ssant and proflU-| 
Ible to the buyer. 

Remember the "Old House,"' 

No. lJr« Third St. 

.St. Paul, April 6, KOI. Apllj 



Urderg for Land Warranta. State Warraats. 
(Jultfd btatee Bonds, County and City Bonds 
promptly executed at the lowest rate*. City. 
County and State Taxes paid. SUle ud Daltcd 
iStatcg Couponspaid at our Counter, 
References : 

Johnston Bros. *Co., 



D 



E B B t; 



8 



CEL£^lliA'l£I> 

Dor sale by 



Mv20-I» 



NICOLS, DEAN fc CO., 
Agentii for St. Paul. 



lAnd warranted of the Best .Material and Work 



(•T«E.eM OF 



witnessed such a feeling of sorrow, and snchBmnn^lilp, at PRICKs WHICH oKKl CO.Nfl'FH 
'eathiisiam as was exhibited in the quarters of | "('/j.J[^^j, ,,y jj^n ^^ Express will receive promptj 



IpmxoAOo 



IBVUTKRV. 



loollner, Potter A Co., 
1 New York. 
iKIsgam ACo.,N. V. 
iKoche Bros. s. CoHey, 
I New York. 
lOrexel A Co, Phlladel- 
I phla. 

I Exchange Bank.Bost'n 
ISpencer. Vila t Co., 
I Boston. 
ISrown, 9tdp*ey A Co., 
Liverpool. 



Baltimore. 

Ratter. Kndloott fcCo., 
Chicago. 

Bank of (ialeaa.Qalena. 

Alien, CoppA HesMtt, 
St. Louis. 

SUte 8a>-ings Associa- 
tion, St. Lonls. 

Franz Bch. 8chlBt«r * 
Sohn, Hamborg. 

A. Marcaard A Co. 
Paris. 

febl«-ly 



>nr army will be free to move from PO»"t«o Hencock's men, on the reception of theiatentlon . . ^ ■ . - 

tl noint and strike the £neroy in detaslB"'^" , ' . ,i „ t>,,oMo„ ■ Priv.te rooms lor Ladies' aalr Dressing, Snz 

ir^rom his base. Let U3 but will it andlnew. of the assasMnation of the Pres.den B^,,,^ ,^„,„,p^^„^,„i i,3,.,,„^_ 
,;e n av be free. Animated bv that con-|and Seeretary ot .state. F 

ridence in spirit and fortitude ^bich neveil T-very one's heart seeme.l to overllow with 
vet failed me, I announce tu you, fellow-|itrief-y.eterans of twenty baitlcs vyere seen m 

™ oups here and there, with teais in Ihei 



•onntrvmen. that it is my purpose tol . . , u.. s 

maintain your cause with my whole heariBeyes, sadly talking over their loss, while nowl 
:ndsoul; that I will never • consent toBand then words of vengeance were.not lou(i;y,| 
ibdndou to ihfe enemy one loot ol thesoilBimt distinctly uttered. 
>)f any one of the States of the Confeder-B j,. m. Strong, who has served over tbree| 



Till' only it BO W.N D» Kin the world nppliedl 
and for sale. I 

N. B.— (jentlemen's Hair Cut with judgmentj 
ind taste. 

BRIDOK SQUARE. ST. PAUL 

- apO-ly-lHtlT 



SPRING DRESS GOODS 



€?H:ALLIE8,| 



IAJLXj 6c divers V, 

BREVIERS OF| 

LILLYS »'r<JC:Bi 

sao 



c 



OBISRUHB. 



Merchant Xailor. 

ackson Street, between Third Sre«t aad Leree, 

Saint Paul, MlnnesoU. 
N. B.— Dyeing, cleaUng Silk and Velvrt goods 
iod all other goods. Particular attentlOB paid 
Itothe Steamboat trade. WiU b«y and mU s«i 
ond tianrt cl ithlur. wwtBiy 



acy ; that Virginia — noble State whoseH^.p^^ ;„ a^viscon^in Regiment; George W. 
ancient renown has been eclipsed by berB'^yj,gy^ formerly Captain in 39th Indiana Vol-I 

[unteers; S. O. Roberts, a veteran Lieutenant I 



IjrUSV RKCEIVEU UY EX1>RE»SJ 



^till more ancient hi-^tory ; whose bosomi 
las been bared to receive the main shockl 
£ this war; whose sons and daughterbl 
ave exhibited a heroism so sublime as tol 
render her illustrious in all ages to come| 
—that Virginia, withtlie help ol the peo 
ule and bv the blessing ol Provideuce,! 



SatiSfl-cl that GOODS MUST tECLINE I>B3ball be held and deleiiiled, and no peace] 



Iwhose face hears the scars of war,and who had 
m arm shattered at Newhern while servinp] 

lander (ien. Burnside ; S. B. Smith, who serv- 
id with credit in the nohle 1th Minnesota, andl 

|p. M. Taylor, formally First Serjieiint in the] 
)ld Ist Minnesota, were called upon and rc- 



IVKTOOU, If AY AXU l.I.nE. 

C. A. PRE SCOTT, 

[Successor to PENNY A MEAGIIAM.) 
Whole.'ale and Ri'tail D^alor in 

V^^ood, Hoy & Lime.] 

Wood «awf<l, Split andd(»!iv.>red In any (luauti- 
'My. Oi.lei.s solicited an.l jromptly attonded tcBg^j^j ^^ PailiC F*riceS, iltl 

L. C BTJK.T»S, 



Ic r e a m P a 1 o A 1 e,|^i^c"o»-«^"^»»^» mobhwg. 

L..A.Gr£:.El BEER, 



IPORTEB AND BROWN STO0T.| 

FORJALE BT 



ALFRED MOORE, opposite the Post olBce. 
will sell at auction Bedsteads, Wooden Chairs, 
Lounges. Mattresses, Crooks, Carpets, Ac. Also 
wo good Mares and one Horse. 

Sale gt ten o'clock. 



AND WILL BK 



mh2«-iy 



Willliiin Con»tau», 

AoxifT,S«. Paul.. 



pgal ||«ti»«. 



J 



IpRICK, we will continue to SELL IN ANTICI ] 

Ipation of tbe same. 

IV. u. TE.nv-SL.e. 

nt. Paul, tfarchri. ihr». 

mcti:HI-tf 



men of feeling cnu make— exponents of w.arm| 
atriotic hearts. RKCRUIT. 



.ver be made with the infamous invader* i^ponded with ''"P^'^Pt" «P««/'if;J"f^^^^ 
jjf her homes, by the sacrifice ol any olF -- • "" 

her rights of territory. I 

1 *'il by the strt-ss of numbeis we sfaoaldl 
leverbe compelled to a temporary with 
I irawai from her limits, or any other Bor- 
Ider State again and again will we retaril 



Othce and Yard, corner Fourth and St. Peter 
htrepts. 

aprlC-3ni 



C. A. PRESCOTT. 



decll-l? 



IrtA Tbtrd StrAMS, St. Paal, 



A VAWtU JU IMVAJLILOek 

■ A Clergyman, while residing In Sotith ,\jnerl«| 
lis a mlrtsionary, discovered a safe ana simpK I 
|rem.^dy for the cure ol Nei vous Wea*ii.'8S >-arl> 



MORTCiAeE aAA<B.— Whereas delaait 
has been made In tbe condiUon of the mort- 
Irtue executed by George L. Becker and ^amu«l 
S SloaTil"* mortg.go«. to Alexander R«.sey 



E 



.^AfiTER IVOTACB. 



FoRT S.vELLiNO, Minn., April 15. h, 1865. 

Editors St. Paul Prct.< : 
At a meeting of the Detachment of the Isil 



We have a lot of Ihe large.^t Fggs of the sea- 
lion, tip tup fv>r Easter. 

.Some No. 1 chf-ir— good enough for Easter.' 
Pickles, Canned an I Dried Fruits, and Ojstersl 



Jo. Hiii's Bill op Fakk.— Jo. Hal Buntil tbe baffled and exhausted fcnem)B^j„,y Corps, (ien. Hancock, now 8tationed|-good for Easter Ume 
erves up tc-uay. Mallard Ducks, Wild Geese HshtiU aba'idon in despair his endless an^'H 
'ount Oysters (best in the world) phe-ds-Bimpossible task of making slaves of al 

people resolved lo be free. Let us then 



IMACHINE WORKSI 

OF' Ati:N'?a'ESOTiV. 



k. D. 18o:, at tbree o'clock In the_aJ\ernooB, la 



5n by baneful and vicious habits. Great uumt>er. 
lavebeen already cured by this uobl^ remedy 
Promoted by a desire to benefit the alUlcted ancl 
unfortunate, I will «eiid the receipt for preparing I 
and Ufing this mediciib. in a s^'jiled envelope, t( F 
inv ont« who npeds it Frkk Ok Charok. 



liny one 
Address 



RIVER NEWS. 



vnl«, ducks, turkey, {cold or hot) venison nnc 
Korter house steaks, lauttoo chops, bam 
)ig's feet and tripe, iho Dest cellcrj*. macker-| 
|.'l and herring. 

Private apartment tor ladies 

BilUard Roomi attacked, with six Phclai. 
Ijidrbietop tables, two tour pocket (the onlj 
|}acs in the State), and carom itor amateur9).| 

L»jt«)rs.— Spiced rum punches, egg uogp 
lippletoddy, torn and jerry, sweet cider, al( 
I mported, wines aad liquors. 

novl4.lv. 

Union Mali.- •-lieorge Beoz proprni 
|«r. Thia Uall hae lately be«n refitted in 1 1 



net despair my countrjmen, but relying] 
Ion God. It-r u^ mtit the toe with fresh de- 
I'ii^un-. ui.<l ■vic'i "mconquered and uncoa- 
kjucrable benrts ■" 

WHOrrHE'AsVASSIN WAS. 

|lle has Contemplated it Two| 
or Three Years. 



lat this Fort, the following committee was 
Ichosen to draft ii solutions expressive of the 
Isorrow we feel at the loss of our honored mar-l 
Ityrs, Abraham Lincoln, President of the Uni-j 
jted States, and Hon. W. H. .Sewarti, Secretavyj 
)f State : 

COMMIT rEi:. 

0. M. Ktuoko, Chairman, 
V. 11. T.WLOK, .*^ccret!!rv, 
Geo. W. NViJ.RV, 
>!. fJ. RonF.ur-, 

('HAS. B. RMtTIl. 
.I-KE.VMIII i;. 

Wur.KF.AS. In view of the great .ind unprc i 
Icedented calamity that has befallen the Na-j 
Ition in the brutal assassination of the Pre^l- 
Ident of the Unitt-d States, Abraham LincolnJ 



Teai, Sugars, Coffees, Spicei— all good and| 
chesp. 

Fiour. Apples, Onion?, Potatoes, Tnruip8,| 
|Dlied Apples, Bean?, Peas, 4 c. Ac 

These goods will be offered at the lowest pos-l 
Idble pricis, and if not sold b fore Eastor. we willl 
jwiillngly wa t on joii any time afterwards aotf 
lleliv.-r them at your residences free of charge. 
DUOA.N, RUNSETFE & CO. 

fit. Paul, April 15,1855. marl7-l}| 

FOR. 8A.I-.13. 



CHANGES OF BA.SE !■ mchi4-iy 



JOSEPH T. INMAN, 
Station D, Bible House, 
New York City. 



Book M of Mortgages peges W. 97. of «d upon 

the following cef crlVd real estat or ■»<>««•'* 

premises situated in said B»««»»ey Conaty. to wtt . 

Lot number five W In block nnmbw ^«irht W »* 

Rice A Irvine's addition to aalat Paol aooording 

the recoroed pUt thereof, gtven to •*«"• tj« 

l.uyment of the sum of live thousaad »*• »«»»^* 

llollars according to the condition ofcM^a 



, Since the destruction by lire of the Ploneei 
Foundry In St Paul, In .Idlv last, wn hav» erect 
led a shop at Miun^apjli.", la order to avail our-l 

selves of the taciliih-s of w ater p >wer '"» o"' Dut-^jj- . , pholn a finlr? PPTIS and Pflll 

incRS. We expect to get in operation abciit th< JWatCIieS, l/DaillS, UOIU rBU5 ttuu r ru 



JG^eor^o X»eiMerit A Co.j 

THK FOLLOWIIIO SFLKHDID LIST Of 



.i.'ithof April, when we shall l* pi. pared to dc 
lany kind of mil machinery or ottier casilngi 
Ithat miy b^ called lor, H.'iiig priotlcal iron anr 



oils, &c., voTth $500,U00, 

ro be sold at ONE l«OLI/AR each, without re I 



tOliars srcoru.uB •" •"" »-"- — -- — — . - J 
iromlssory note* therein rflted row dM tad 
inpaid ; aid there is claimed to be due and U dM 
,nValdinortsft«eatthedate of thU "ot^.t^ 
'umot six thousand one >'«"»<»^ "I**;'"*' 
inllars f»6 170) and no suit or proceedings have 
aJJin InsrituV^ at law to recove^the debt secured 
•jv said mortgage or any part tltereM. 

And whereHs, the safd Justus C. MMOsey by M 
isrignment'in Writing dated tl»et«tb .Uy of ft^ 
iber A. 1) IcSB, recoided In the ofllce Of IM 
oi Deeds 01 said Ramsey Cou«iy, M tba 



l/em 



I offer for sale the following articles : 
)NE LARGE SAKE, TWO OFFICE DBSKS.I 

TEN NEW WAGON COVER3. FOUR day 



Por* of A*. Pani. 

ARRIVED — SUNDAY. 

Davenport, St. Lonis, 
Northern Light, Dubuque, 
Lansiog, Prairie Du Chien. 
Favorite, La Crosse, 
O. H. Orav. Red Wing, 
Sen. Sheridan, Minnesota River 

MONDAY. 

Moses McLellan, La Crosse. 
Ahel. St. Peter, 
Otter, Henderson. 

DEPAUTKD— SI;nI>1Y. 

Davenport, St. Louis, 
Lansing, Prairie du Chien. 
Favorite, La Cro.sso. 

MONDAY. 

NoTtLem Light, Dubuque, 

Albany, New Ulm. 
Lively. — By our port liat it will bt 
seen that the 'first boat throngh the Lake' wa^ 
speedily followed by several others, giving 



nanner making it the linest place oi resort iiBFrom the Clilca?o Journal of Saturday Evening -Hand of Hon. Wm. H. Seward, Secrctarr o 

hecity. Mr. Benz ... introduced three o| a theatrical gentlemaK of thi. city in-feVheT/t'A'lr^do S?UffolK^^^ 
l^helan's Huo maruie bed Biiliaid Tables it ■lorms us that m the early part of 1863,Bjutions expressive of our profound admira- 

ha Hall, and Las cieeteu a splendid patetB luring au anfia?' ii<-.nt of J. Wilkes Boothliion of the dcccn-^ied and our ^inccre regret Ht! 
I dr founuin for Ales and i^oi ter on drangh'.Bit McVIeVt - Theatre— (theatre goerfBihe loss the Nation has sustained, and severe; 
IcheBaris a.way. supplied with th. iines.|eannot I ..recall bim to mind especiall, Jeon^demnaV^^^^^^^ 
j Jquors and Cigata. tie keeps constantly oi IBbis hi. hard ill.) — lie made the remari«.|jygjyjQ^g men at this critical period ; there-] 

Iraughi Philadelphia Ales and Porter. Gen |Go"«- dav. " What a glorious opportunityBfore, 

line EciniiU w.acr. tauect importation) Iron W'^^^re is for a man to immortahze himseltl Resolved, That in Abraham Lmcoln,Presl 

Hby killing Lincoln !" 



TENIS, TWO OFFICE CU AIRS, 



istate, we, the members of this Detachmcnt,]BTWO OFFICE SIOOIP, ONE STOVE, PIPE 

' - - -I ,-,. . B AND DRUM, WITH BOILKR, 

NE GOOD FAIKBANK'S BCALfcS, ONE 

LETTKR PRESS, 
And o her articles t30 numerous to mention. 
C. W. WOOLLEY, 
Cor. Third and Sibley sts. 
St. Paul, AprU W, Wt&. f ^-St 



lermany — all the vintages — on hand. Extr» j 
ino Brandies, Sherry wine, Port wine, (fci| 
I nodical purposeji. ; hy the bottia or gailoa. 
■28-dly 

D. C. GRKitJ LKAF has the larpcst aiidj 
I (est assortment of Holhday Goo.isin the citj- 
In Grecnieafs Block. ncartbo Post Office. 

declT.tf 

• . — ^- 

Tik AwjckiCAN >:xfP.»3» COMfANy 

I vould r e»peotfni)y .irjjou.ice lo rhe Xorciiants o; 

.hi3 olty and vieinit r thatriiey ar- iiow vrcparot 

o bring forward irom LsCroSBe. VYIs. «»uJde 

liver to points ci dcstlmitioa ail "Meiu-.ict' 

I Mspatch" and ordinary Railroad freight, 

Merchants and others who may wish to avail! 

I Jiemselve,- of tliis means of transpcrtaticn, wllll 

|leasa mark their goods to our oar j at La Crosse,] 



What good would that do?" he wat 
-ked. He then quoted these lines : 
•'the ;inilvitious youth who fired the Ephe- 
1 ^ian dome, 

[Outlives in fame the pious fool who reared It.' 
Well, who was that ambitious youth, 
iwbat was his name ?" was then asked. 
" That I know not," Booth replied. 
" Then where is the fame you speak 
lof?" 

This, our informant tells us, nonplussed 
[him. 

From this it would seem that the assas 
[sill has bad the commission ol this horried 



This J. W^ilkes Booth is a son of the 

__ _,^ —distinguished old actor, Junius Brutus 

oar levee a lively appearance and eaabling usWit the same time giving as notioe so that we aayBBooth and a vounger brother of Janius 

to pronounce navigation fully opened. TheB^" that such gooaa a.a u^hvored t^ us »t^»f Brutus Booth,' Jr., and of Edwin Booth, 

[who also are actors now hvmg« ae is a 



Id cLellau the last boat through the Lake, re 
porti that she found no difficulty with the ice. 
Thb Damibport. — We were pleased| 



I Jro88«, wlthoat aif f unnncMsary del»y , 

For tarlit rates can at their oitlce, «i» rurd-s* | 



ent of the United States, and Wm. H. Sew- 

|ard, Secret:\rv of State, our country possess 

fllccrs endowed with valor, patriotism, wis-l 

om, and statesmanship to such a degree a8| 

et has never been excelled by any of Colnm- 

bia's sons, that they were truly great andl 

good men, and that we entertain the mos^tl 

profound admiraiion for the manner in whichi 

they bave uischaagcd the many duties which! 

have devolved upon them in their high posi-* 

tions. 

Resolved, That wc hereby express nur dcepl 
sorrow at the loss of these high officials wbol 
have done so much to rescue our country! 
from the cruel hand of war, and that as ani 
emblem of our regret ve wear the badge off 
mourning for thirty days. 
Resolved, That the members of this detach- 



rARitfs ron »AiJia, 

llN COTTAGE OBOVK, WA8HINtiT0N CO 



tcrime in his mind for at least two or three ment strictly adhere to the doctrine set forth 
lyears 



0»ie Farm of l«'iO Acres, 

IewiI r-King both timber and fine prairie, and 40 
jijT- unucrgood cuilivat.on, witfi 

|Ceil*r, Cistern, Slabld and Granary— owned by 
|R. C. Robinsou, 

One Fnrm of 138 Acres, 

lEmbracinf fine timber and good prairie land, 
dill a bc^autiiul lake ul clear wotfr— 50 acres un 
r good cultivation, with good builJiDC*, hnuse 




.he op'^ning of navigation » e inti'nd to cast «>vf rj 
Jay, Sundavs i'.xcep(ed, so that we shall be able 
to furnish castinn? without ths u^ual delay. Old 
iron, brass, copper, lead, Sc, wantejl. 

* OILMAN * CO., I'ioneer Fonndrv, 
Adjoining Perkins & Crocket's Grist Mill. 
Minneapolis, April 10, 186.";. aplldikw-iy 



1865. SEEDS. 1865. 
Seeds ! t!§eed^ ! 

GARDEN, GRASS AND FLOWER SEEDS 



liooo Solitaire .let Si. C old orooch's 4 00 to 

Ih)00 Coral, Lava, Ga: net, " ».00 to 

I7000 Oold.Jet OpoL,4c,Eur Drops -1 00 to 

liOOO Gents' Brea^l & Staff Pins. 3.00 to 

j.iaooOval Hand IJra«c< lets 3.00 to 

BiOooChased llr.icew-t* ».00 to 

BlSOOCal. Diamond Pns A Rings. 2 50 to 

12)00 liold Watch Kf, ' 2 50 to 

liOOO Solitaire Sl.Uui. A Studs... . 2.00 to 

S-IOOO Gold ThimiJieti . 4.00 to 

B5000 Miniature l.oct its 2.00 to 

Itooo Miniature Lock : ts, magic. . . 4.00 lo 

LjOO «>old Tsothpick i.Crosses.Ao i.OO to 
aiOOO Ii>ob and Uibbot Slides. " 



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2.00 to 
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6.O1 
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6.O1 
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iOOO Chased Gold Ungs 

MX*) Stone Set Rings 

l60uS(*ts Ladies Jewelry, Jet and 

Gold ••• 6.00 to 

WOO Sf ts Ladles Je^.eJxy, varied 

stjles 3.00 to 

4000 Oold Pens, Silver Case and 

Pencil 4.00 to 

— , , ., —lOOOPens, Gold Casi A Pencil... 6.00 to 

Banrarian, Blue brass, Orchard and Lawn»,,j)gQ ,j^j,j p^^^^ j.,,,^ mounted 

. ... ' K Holder 2.00 to 

' ■ ^..,- T> ..v„ i>„,.«.i Ttr.-.- nr Va-m All the goods in the above list will be solo 
,.V bLEDs-BythePound, Box,orIa»^jai^^ reservatit n, FOR ONE DOLLAI 

n great vailety. KeaCH. Certilioate i of all the various article 



DAY & JENKS, 

DK.TJC3^GI8T8, SAIISTT ¥'A.TILj 

nHAl.KFS IN 

3BA3? .'^EEDS-Timothy, Clover, Red Top] 



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ct ,\v t'lf NEEDS— The largest and best assort-ljire placed in similar enveiojpes and sealed. Thes. 
.."^.TeLo Benvelopes will be sent by mail, or dellverec 

D, Wholena 
apC-dAw3m 



rueai m this State. „ „„„„ „. , „^Kat ouroffice'.wiihou : regard to ci)Oi«. On re 

R.J I A BAGA and TURNIP ShBD, ^^J['°'^"'^»ceivtng a certificate yon will see what article ij 



loppoalte Sta^o Office 
dac;9 



Mi. W. WABH£B, Asent. 



punUhment," and that we hereby express our 
determination to stand by the government in 
the execution of this doctrine 
, , J , ,2 Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions 

young man oi slender form, nervous andBbe sent to the St. Paul i'REss for pubUcation 
Wiry. I P. H. TAYLOR, Secretary 



In'thVfate speech of Vice President AndrewBbarii, stable, granary and sheds-occupied by 
Johnson, viz: -For him that i, wi'""/ to lifY»»^^c'iber.^.^^ ^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^,^ ^^ ^ 

his impious hand against the authority of the«j^jjg,-'j„pj,n,,prof''the above described pTemisesj 
government, I would say death is too eas-^ aBbelorepurcriasIng eUfwhere 



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Enquire at Cottage brove of 
March :n>, IS'5. 



J W. FDRBER. 

mar.W-lm. 



1 1M AWAxa jiJi* 

IJU. Boutin th« tMAt maisaM J^U>«„_ 




and Retail. 



CJ. PAA.aUEJU4 



Attorney and Counselor *8t Law. Office In] 
Beywsrd'd Block, Third street, ^^^^ 



BttAMM. IBOOKII 
Of every deaoriptlon for BMordsgor Ao, 



attbsl 



iiaada to order 1b the beat vaiuwr. at tl 



represents, and it is optional wit h you to senc 

one dollar and recel '6 tbe article named, or »a} 

ther in the Ust of t ae same value. 

In all transactioT.i by mail, we charge fo' »or 

warding the certlttc ates, pa) ing postage and do 

Ina the business. 25 cents each Klve certltto^ei 

will bo sent for $1 ; eleven for $2; thirty for $5 

sUty-live for $10; and one hundred lor 915. 

vvc guarantee ei.Ure satUiaetloninsvery In 

St&QCO* 

AOENTa Special terms to ajfeats. Addres* 

GEO ROE DEimRIT A CO.. 
feMl-2ia4*w «M Broadwiar. W. T. 



I loon, to satUfy-the 'said debt and coiU aa« e» 

henses allowed by law. 

Dated St. Paul, February m^l^?«^^ .„, 

Hkkrt j. HoHJt, Attoraey 01 Mortga«*a, *t. 

The above »»»• h««^np»*'J»?»'SiB"at*?S 
place on the first day of Aprif, A.l>. *», «*« 
ydock In the forenoon, at the place tbo^ 

**^"*'' ALEXANDER BAifSST. 

na>KY J. Horn, Attorney for Mortgagsa, As. 
SolBt Paul. March 18th, 1866. 

The above sale has been Portooned, »© t*^ 
ilace on the Cfieentb day of AprU, 18B6, «» V? 
)'c!ock In Ihe forenoon, at tbe phwe above Jped- 

'lprillst,.8.6. ^„x^DEB BAMSET. 

Hevrt j. Hoax, Attorney for Mortga*^, Ac. 

tii«s-«p4-ta 



The above sale has been postpo»j4 toj^ 
dace on tho third day of May, mes.at tan^oysw 
n the fooenooa, at tM plaea abov* 



Hkhbt 
April 



ALEXANDBB BAIUKT. 

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SAINT TAl'L, APRIL 19, »86«.r 



TO A-DVJSRTIBBBS. 

a^ This papr h't.- a IhiHy, Tri-Wffklif ana 
Weekly circKl-tHoH nf n /;/ Tr«bl«> that of am, 
Ti'htr in Hinnetota, and ihert-fore prenentiin 
Uut'ement* to advtrtistrii ir'nch they will not Jinn 



TH*r~ SAINT PAUL PRES8. n^^^ 



ATOLTJME ^^. 



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mo l*AI>En 10 MOUHOM'. 

'Ihat we, too, may go wilL the grand 

procesyioD wbicL, with bowed heads and 

reverent tread, follows Abraham Lincolr 

to the grave to-day, we join our iellow 

litip-rus ill aiispending business to-day. 

and no paper wdl. therel'oie, be issued 

from this olFioe to morrow. If important 

dispat>-hJ.-i shall h« rtveived an extra wi' n.oiinty, IVnnsylvaiiiu, ta KockiiuMiam i;'<un-| 

ly, Virginia, :iiul (roni tliere his i;raiutratberj 
Abraham, rcuiovoil with his tsui^iy to Ken-I 
tucky, about 17S-, and was killed by Indians 
ill ITSt. Thomas Ltui'olii, tiie laihcr ot'Abra- 
liani, was Ixirn iu Virginia, and in ISOC mar-j 
rieil Nancy Hanks, aiso of Virginia, t>oth bc- 
ton^ing to tiie class ot " poor whites." Inf 



Bloc}R.ii>aiai Ai. Hur.ti it OFi 

.MK. l.I!CCOi:.!V. 

Tlie i"l>11i)« ing condensed sketch of the life] 
of Al)raJiani Lincoln, previously to his as- 
sumpti<>n of the Presidency, «bich we cor 
pile from the American Cyclopedia, will be] 
read with interest : 

Abraham Lincoln was l>orn in Hardin coun- 
ty, Kentucky, on the IJth »l February, 1S09,I 
and was, therefore, a little over fiftv six years! 
old when he died. Mis ancestors, who were! 
liuiiki-rs, iif abuinlile class, went iVoni Berks] 



FUNERAL OF PRESIDENT LINQOLN. 



S^llST I >AXJL . -VVEDISrESDAY. ^I>:RTL 19. 1865. 
FREEDMEN'S CONVENTION. 



[Order from the Vl^ar Depurl« 
lueut. 



|T« tk« rriwnds of the Fr«««lnit«B 
Tteroufhoat thvt Kt«t« of MiaB«tB*(» 
— Call for u Mtikt« CoNvvBCiop. 



be issued. 



CO^VKXTIU.K or THK rRIK.'«»» 

or TIIE rHEEii.'nE.ii. 

W« wish to call the attention of thi 
publit' ty the notice ptiblished in anothe; 
coluoia ot a con\entiuu about to bt 
held in tli.< city to take inti 
eonstdoratioa the vlamts and interest 
ot the Frefduitii. TUi: object is a mos 
couimcudable oite and the name.s append 
ed to the call are a sntlicient guarantei 
that the matter uill be takeu up iu earn 
Pat and the iuerliu|^ niaile one ot specia 
iuterest. As is stated in the call, "(iot 
ID Lis P>\>TideCi!e has imposed upon thi 
people of this Lbd a i^eat and important 
work. The pra^»-rs which ha\\: been .si 
long uttered that the bonds of the cap- 
tive might be loosed and that libj-ilA 
lui^bt be proclaimed t'roiiyhoiit the la,!i. 
to all the inhabitants Ihi;reor' have ai 
length been wonderfully answered 
"Those -which weie bound iu ehaiu.- 
have been brcujjLt out." Now it woult 
b« the most impious mockery of Hi£;l 
Heaven and the most ciuel "inbumanit\ 
to man" for us to turn round and say : 
We wdl have nothing to do with these pool 
colored people. It was but natural si 
long as the war was raging that men ani 
women should give their chief tboughti 
to the soldiers. But now as the rebellioi 
wanes, and, as we trust, will soon bt 
among the things that were, relieving thi 
people of the repeated Sanitary ani 
Christian commis&iou calls, the care o 
the Freedmen must take a leading pLc. 
auioug the great benevolent enterprise; 
oi the day. Until their position i; 
fully and tinally .H**ttled tii our social anc 
Civil ecuuumy good men muat stant 
ready to help them. Their pover 
ty, their ignorance, their needs, wil. 
coQtiaue, in all probability, long aftei 
the din of arms, under whose claabing^ 
they have secured their freedom, has diei 
away. 

But there is another reason, just nov^ 
for turning to their condition. The sud 
den death of President Lincoln, so ap 
palling to us all, and such a grave mis 
fortune to the nation at large, will be fell 
by every colored man to be a most deej 
and bitter personal calamity. lie stoot 
with his hand upon the law and the; 
Knew he woald wiold it onlv for their j'ood. 
He was pledgetd by promises, by his 
own conscience :ind iu the "morals of the 
world," tor their redemption ; and thei 
knew that the.se pledges would be fulfill- 
ed to the letter. We trust That they wi!; 
find a friend not li^ss tirm and devoted ii 
Mr. Johnson. >Ve are sure they will 
but he whom tbev liusted, whom the} 
reverenced and worshiped as th»'ir great 
deliverer, has passed away. It is there 
fore a tit time tor tho^e who love libert} 
and cherish human rights to ri'^e up and 
reassure this race tlut they are still to re 
ceive the fostering care anil tender gnid 
ance of a great and strong people. 

We sincerely bope the meeting will bt 
a iucoess. We understand that I'rofessoi 
Brooks of Red Wing, Rev. JVfr. Burt o 
Wiuona, Rev. Mr. Secomb of St. An- 
thony, Rev. Mr. Salter of Minneapo 

lid. Rev. Mr. Williams of N'orthtield, ant 
otber:^. either Lave beeu or will bt; invitei 
to deliver addresses on the occasion. It: 
only remams for the people o( this com- 
lountty to take a proper interest in th< 
cuaveolion in order tu make it luth plea.^ 
atit aad profitable to all. 



The following telegramY contain tbel 
[announcement of the time fixed for the] 
Ituneral of the late President : 

Wasiunoton, April 17, 18C") 

Ok.SKKAL OKDSR NO. 69. 
Iriff. fien. H. H. Slbloy. 
By direction of the President of the 
[rnlted States, the War Department will 
be closed on Wedne.-day next, the day of 
the funeral of the late President of the Uni- 
Ited Stat s. Laboi on that day will be sus- 
ISlti ho removed with his tamily to S^penccrBp^nj^j ^t military posts and on all pub- 
lic works under the direction of the Wai 
Uepartmeiil ; the Hags at all militar} 
posts, stations, forts, buildings and ves- 
sels, will bu kept at half-mast during the 
day, andat.lli oY'lock meridian twenty- 
one minute-guns will be tired from forts 
and aH military posts, and at the military 
academies. 

jSigiied] K.M.STANTON, 

Secretary of War. 



vB«E«(iic.<» or 4BHariAraEa.f 

COL.'V. 

To-day at 12 oVioik the earth .lose; 
over all that v»as mortal ol^Abraham I..in 
coin. From the Atlantic to the Paciti< 
the nation drai>es itself in the sable 
wet^s which but poorly emblematiza tht- 
darkne>SB of that shadow which rests upon 
every loyal heart, The grave, sacred to 
the silent agony of a nation's grief, is no 
place for the voice of eulogy. Speak 
low — oh ! thirty million orphaned oue» 
to-day in the desolate house of tht- 
dead. Tiead softly — feet of a delivered 
people as >ou follow your martyred lead- 
er to the tomb; and over that hallowed 
grave to-day let South and North 
and Eist and AVest kneel with 
clasped fraternal hands, and swear 
eternal union of heart and hand against 
all the enemies of the Itepatjlic 

We need hardly express the hope tha: 
to-day all business may be suspended in 
this ci'y, or wherever the news may go 
that our wi.se and good President is being 
borne to his last resting place ; for evet 
if the nniverfal impuUe of grief did no' 
suggest this manifestation of respect for 
the lAemory of the honored dead, a sense 
of decorum should. Let the solemn husb 
of the national sorrow rest today on all 
tiie marls and thoroughfares of trade ; 
and let no indecent sound of revelry or 
business jar upon the sacred stillness of 
the L-hamber of death, where the widowed 
Xiation mourns for ber deliverer. 



Thk following incident illustrative ol 
the President's paternal kindness of heart, 
baM a touching interest now that he is laid 
low by the savage hand of treason. A 
City Point correspondent says : 

The President, accompanied by Mrs. Lin- 
cola, .Senators Harlan, Sumner and others, 
ycsterdav paid a visit to the general hospitals 
bere, the President shaking hands with everv° 
man ami to every one saying a word or two 
of commeudatiuD. He looks very feeble, and 
was remonstrated with by the Surgeon in 
ctiarge for attempiiug the band-shaking of 
several thousand men, but in answer, he said 
•' Gentlemen, the war seems about over, and 
I must shake the hands of, and say a good 
word to every brave fellow who has aided in 
the glorious work '" He intended to return 
(o Washington last night. 



county, Indiana, when .\braham, being largi 
for his a!;c, was put to work with an ax t 

Icar away tlie forest, and lor the next ten 
years was mostly occupied iu haril labor on 
his f.iihcr's firm, lie went to s.'biol at inter 
val.>-, amounting in the 3;;;;ret;a!e to al>out : 
year, which wxs all the scliool education b<> 
ever received. At iho age of nineteen he madt 
a trip to New Orleans us a hired hand iip>in a 
ftat-lH>:.t. In Miircli, ls:;u, lie removed, with 
bis father, from Indiana, and settled in Ma 
con county, Illinois, where he helped to build 
a lo ' eullin for ilie family lionie, uiul to make 

uo'.igh rails lo fence a ten acre lot 

III tlie following ye:ir lie hired himself at 
twelve tli'llars a month lo .t.s.sist in building 
a ilat l.ii.il and afterward in takinsrtlie lx>at to 
New <.>rKaiis. On her return IVoin tli voy 
n ;o, his employer put him in charge as clerk 
vi' a store and mill at New Saiein, then in 
."■ :;nj^anicn, now in Menard Co. Illinois. On 
ihe breaking out of the Black Hawk war in 
IS'^i, lie joined a volunteer company, and tu 
::> supri«e was elected captain of it, a promo 
ijii which he was wont tosay.gavchimmor 
pleasure than nny subsequent success of hii 
life. He served for three months in the cam. 
paign and on his return was on the same yeai 
nominated a Whig candidate for the Legisla- 
ture; but the county lieing democratic, h( 
was beaten ; though bis own election precinct 
i;ave hiin -'77 votes and only 7 against him 
lie next opened a country store, which wa.<- 
not prosperous, was apiioiatod postir aster ol 
New Salem and now lieiTaii to study law b> 
lAirrowing from a noiiihlxiring lawyer lxx)ks,| 
which he took h'>me in the evening and re 
turned in the morning. The surveyor ol 
isangamon county, otlcring lo depute to liiiu 
that portion of his work which was in his pari 
of the county, Mr. Lincoln procured a conipa.- 
and <:hain and treaties on suvve_\ jur and did 
the work. In 1831 he was elected to the Leg- 
islature by a larger vote than was cast for 
any candidate, and was re-elected in 1836, 
183S and ISIO. In ISSii, he removed to 
pritigtiekl and liegan the practice 
of law. He rose rapidly to dis- 
tinction in his profession, .ind was es 
peciallv eminent as an advocate in jury trials. 
He did not, however, withdraw from politics 
but continued lor many \ ears a prominent 
leader of the Whig parly of Illinois. He wa.'- 
several times a candidate for Presidential elec 
tor, and as such, in ISH, he canvassed the en 
tire .'^tate, together with part of Indiana, in 
behalf of Henr.v Clay, making almost daily 
speeches to large audiences. In lo4C he was 
elected a Representative in Congress Iroin tht 
Central District of Illinois. In Congre.ss he 
voted steadfastly for the anti-slavery meas 
ares of the d.\v. He voted forty -twe tirae^ 
for ihe Wilniot Proviso. In 184!' he otlered tt 
the House a scheme for abolishing Slavery in 
the District of ColumMa, by compensating tht 
slaveholders from the Treasury of the United 
States, providing a majority of the citi/.en; 
i)f the District should raiiiy the propos^ition 
He opposed the annexation of Texas, bui 
voted to defray the expenses of the Mexiciin 
war. He Voted also in favor of river and bar 
t)or improvement.-, in favor of a protective 
taritl, aud of selling the public lauds at thi 
lowest cost price. 

He wa-; a member of the Whiir Nationa' 
Convcniiou of 1848, and advocated the nomi- 
nation of (Jen. Taylor. In 1849 he was a ciin 
didate for theTnited States Senate, againsi 
Oeniral Shields, who was elected. Af. 
ter the expiration of his Congress, 
ional term, Mr. Lincoln applied 
himself to his profession till the repeal of the 
Missouri Compromise called him again into 
the politica! arena. It was mainly due to his 
exertion-! that the Reput>licaiis triumphed, 
and that Judge Trumbull was elected 11. S 
Senator in-place of Oen. Shields. 

.At the Republii-an National t'onvention In 
18.^, the Illinois delegation inetfectually urg- 
ed Mr. Lini'oln's nomination tor Vice Presi- 
dent 

On.Iune2d, 1838, Mr. Lin«;(iln received the 
unanimous nomination of the Republiean 
State Convention at Springtield as 1'. S. Sena 
tor in oppo^l:iou to Mr. Douglas. The two 
eandidatcs canvassed Ihe State together, 
speaking on the same day at the same place 
The debate was conducted with eminent abil- 
ity on both sides and e.xcited unusual interest 
The result of the election was a Repubb'can 
majority of 4,000 on the popu'ar vote — Ijut the 
latter was electe<l Senator by the l^egislature, 
ill which his paity had a majority of eight 
votes. 

The national reputation won by Mr. Lincoln 
in his triumphant tilt with the Democratic 
champion secured him the nomination for the 
Presidency by the Republican National Con 
vention which a<!scmbled in Chicago on May 
10, l.WO. 

In consequence of the disruption 
of the Democratic party, the South- 
ern wing of which noniiuated John C. Krerk- 
enridge and the Northern Stephen A. f)oiiglas 
as his eompelitor-i, he was duly elected Presi 
dant of the United States — and this event 
whicli was contemplated and contrived by the 
Southern Democratic leaders as a pretext for 
secession, was at once hailed as a signal lor 
consummating tlio great conspiracy of Dis- 
union which had beeu on foot for many year.« 
And when four months afterward Mr. Lincoln 
was inaugurated — a new and vast organized 



ToOoT. Mill<>r: 

Washington, April 17. 
You are invited to attend the funeral 
of ex-Picsident Lincoln on Wednesday, 
April iVttli, at 12 .m. 

T. W. HUNTER, 
Acting Secretary of .State. 



LATEST BY TELEGRAPH! 



SECRETARY SEWARD'S ASSASSIN. 



|Fnll Desrrlptioii of lite Scoun- 
drel. 



The following was crowded out yester- 
day by tl^e press of other matter: 

Washington', April l'», 1SG.3. 
To Capt. (iea. H. Keith, St. Paul, Ulnoesota : 

The following is the description ot the 

assassin ol the lion. W. A. Seward, Seo- 

Jretary of State and Hon. Fred. Seward, 

Assistant Secretary. Vou will use every 

exertion in your power, and call to your 

aid the entire force under your contro 

ro secure the arrest of the assassin : 

Height, six feet and one inch; Hair, 

black, thick, and full and straight; no 

beard ; no appearance of beard : cheeks 

red on the jaws ; face tuoderately full ; 

twenty-two or twenty-three years of age ; 

eyes, color not known; large eyes, but 

not prominent; brows not heavy but 

dark ; face not large but rather round ; 

complexion healthy ; nose straight andHjohn McKusick 

well formed, medium sized ; mouth small ;13^''''"^ ^.^V"'" ""• 
... ,. , , , BCharles Schetfer. 

lips thin, upper lip protruded when beBcbas Mcllrath, 

talked; chin pointed and prominent |BP«°"^}^jJ*"^®y' 

liead of medium size ; neck short, and oflj p Dudley, 

nedium length ; hands soft and small ;Ku'''° ^ggleston, 
^ ,. • I , • ,, jBThonias Mmpson, 

tingcrs tapering, showed no signs of hardHD Andrews, 



God, in his Providence, has imposed' upoa 
the people of this land a great and inipera 
live work. The prayers which have Ijeen so 
long uttered, that the "Iwnds of the captive 
might t>e loosed," and that "liberty might l>e 
proclaimed throughout the land to all the in- 
habitants thereof," have at length Ijceii won 
derfully answered. Those which were "bouml 
in chains have l)een brought out." Bnt, as 
might have l>een expected, deliverance has 
come to the captive in snch a way as to de 
volve upon the people at large those obliga- 
tions of fostering care and loving kindness 
which the strong are ever un>'.er to the weal, . 
They are in gn-at physical destitution, andj 
their needs must be supplied. They are igno- 
rant and they must l>c taught. They are 
without the experieiict? of lil)erty, and ihey 
must I>e instructed in the use of ttieir new- 
found Ireedom. They are unaccustomed to 
self-dependence; they must therefore lie 
trained to in^ nstrioiis habits. They are 
without any special plans for themselves in 
the future; a future must lie opened to them. 
I'hey are under the ban of an uppressKe pre- 
udice, which mu.st l>e encountered and oyer 
come. All this is to ))e done ; aud it is easy 
to see it is not the work of a day nor of u 
year. Tt will doubtless take a long period to 
secure the right adjustment of this nice under 
our social and political systems. The friend 
of the l-'reedmeu must therefore ]>repare fo 
the work. This momentous responsibility 
must be promptly and earnestly met. Effort 
must be organi/.ed. Public opinion must be 
educated and brought to I)ear on this ques 
tion. It is with this view that we, the under 
signed, unite in calling a State Convention ot 
the friends ot the Frecdmen, to be held at 
the 

JTacksoa MrfHt; ?n«thodiat Cliarcb 
in Kwini I'uul, ob 

THCltSDAV, .M.VV 4tiI, AT lO-J A. M. 

for the purpose of considering their claims ; 
comparing views, awakening interest, and 
deciding on the best methods of accomplish- 
ing the eiuN of the work in this State. N*w, 
let all who .sympathize with this cause take 
special pains to be iu altcudauce at the incel 
ing. It is designed to make this a Slatf Con 
vention, and it is earnestly desired that all 
parts of the Stale may l>e fully represented 
To this end let every town in the State send 
at least one delegate, and more if |>ossible 
May it be ours to l>e fouiul not as uppos<>rf 
nor inditlerent spectators, but a.« earnest co- 
workers with fiod in this great Providence 
by which the oppressed are l)eing led out of 
the house of liondage and made meet for tfr 
enjoyments aud glorious possibilities of 
Liberty. 

John Nicols, 
DOShiUock, 
J V Daniels, 
S J R McMillan, 
Luke Miller, 
John S Pillsbury, 



The Waffon Roads. 

LT|I^>omthe Tankton Dakotian. 

One hundred and fifty-five thousand 

QirPPT?TAT?V QITTir ADn^^"*'*".''*^® ''''®" appropriated by the 
0£iU£briliiIvI OJIi W ArtJJ|general government, to be expended in 

locating, grading, and otherwise com 



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. ■ .t:^l , . 
(•trice at Sink's Grocery ttore, Jackson St. 
> PasHoiigen, lisf gage and Ught Freight carttad 
^to and from Hotels, Depot, Steamboat Landing, 
k-and anywhi'tf iu the city,^ 

A. Bf, ViTMBISa; "* 

aplo Preprietor, 

BuiCiS-ios For feso-le. 

r"i Second-hand Boggles for tale 



STILL IMPROVING. 



REPORTED ARREST OFI 
BOOTH CONTRADICTED. 



C. OOTZIA>3 

_ „ „ Haajudt r.cfi ei a large .stock of Buot« am 

pleting suitable wagon roads — all of ||ShoeB, soaio of tli<» "atent stylo?, which he ofprvl 
which roads, in i greater or less degree,B»t wholesale or -etail at re-)uoed prices. Givoj 
are identified v., h the be^t interests ofHWm u call before ytu buy elsewliere. He will] 
Dakota. §give satisfaction, apriO-d.'itwl; 

V ». I'-" ( j„ local importance to thei" 
!'t. ,.ie,vi this section, is the one startingaA. !F*El^iriVy l*i» A. VET^I 
trom near the mouth of the Big Sioux 
river, where a substantial bridge is to be 3 Id .A. 



Several Nf 
[at barf 

^>r>-di:w 



|built. and runnmg thence aloug the val- J 



ley of the Missouri, passing through the 
various towns, to the mouth of the Shy- \ 
irrr niiiir it kaannai niiB**""®' Twenty-five thousaud dollars i 

Jtrr. DAllo AT mACUN nilBhave been set apart for the construction J __ 

UHIIO HI IIIHUUn ""^of this road, and CoL Moody, of Yank- ? H- KNOX TAYLOB 

|ton, has been appointed Commissioner^ 

superintend the work, and disburses "No. 21 3 Third Street 

he money. ^ » 



TRE lOTH. 



THE ASSAS.SINATI01V. 



Another road is to start from the, Min 
?nesota State line and cross through cen 
etral Dakota, striking the Missouri river] 
|at the mouth of the Big Shevenne, and 
scontinuing up the Sheyenue, intersect the] 
^road to be laid out by Commissioner 
iSawyre. This road will be under theJ 
Jchargtj of lion. W. \\. Brookings of this 
|place, who has thirty thousand dollars to| 
sxpend on the work. 



. -^ .lege Shop. 

U. X.. WUARTOtf. 
JaakcoMSt., t>et. 6th aad rth, ,. 

^ Five huutlred men wanli^J liy the un<J,^rslgned, 
lUving at Stillwaipr. to wtn-k hi saw MIU»,on Hh) 
j!5t. <;rolx Hooiii and i.altinK loga, for whicti tll« 
Ihigiiest wages will be oaid. 
1 SCHU r.EN HOUEG, BOKCKELKE k CO. 
imar.;i0^lin. HRRSRY. hTAPi^BH * SALLu 



t»EISrNV I'AKNEU. IviORcwir.ti sEKn 



J. A. Sawyer, Esq., of Sioux i:ity, hasH'** '" offTiuu-laig- Largainj. ife iias-a luil lin 



KvcrwlMiy !*«•«* ttrd ■mpraviag:— Kxt«a(, 
•f tUv> C'o»aplrat-> lloulli not ar 
r«sttMl. 

Navi- YoKK, April IS. 

The latest dispatches reprenent Sec- 
retary Seward as improving. Booth bas{ 
not yet been arrested. _ , /• •• . • ■ - h , 

The Washington InttUigencer fbinksBf™''^,'^ »', ^'^*' branch road btartmg from^"f 
the murder of the President is the resnltiw"'''"'' .*''*?"^'' HI' ^^'^ ^^"'^ ,^'»»'^ "' l' 
of a conspiracy, which included not only|°^'.'"'°"''' \''"^l\ '' I'lMcli cable, to some 
-Mr. Lincoln and Mr. Seward, but theBP"'"'^ «» ^^*^ Niobrara river, and thence 
Vice President and all the members oiW? *■.. "ir^^Y .l'.'^;?"'« 'l^*^ soulbeni ba.sr 
the Cabinet. It gives interesting in<ri „ . ., 

dents which lead to this conclusion. The&:''y' {Montana, Mr. Sawyer is allowed 
arrest of suspected parties in New YorkS"''7f ,/*" dollars 
is announced. B °"- Brookings' road will pass by the] 

Quietness seems to be restored, andH^'""^^^'"" ^^^^ °^ ^^'^ li\&<:.k Hills, wt 
matters throughout the country are re-BP'^®*"™^'*?^'°^*^"'^ct with Sawyer's road 
snming their wonted firmness and tran- "**'" ^^? ^'8 Horn, 
quillity. 



Is (upplUd with an asaortaientaf 

DRY goods! 

IHTRCHi.'iiU aiNpK THE 

SlfnUKl^lJUfi OF LKK, 

When t'HKKS Uit-J/l'KOto thelowett point. 



We have the State Agency for SRINNER'd 
jADJUSTABLK SCGAB CANE MILL, and 
mart.' oa hand a lot of choice Sorghum Seed, •«• 
jleoti'd in tho Beld by Mr. Skinner. - 
in25-if . BIG taA>\\ , MLKDOCK* CO. 

Forwarding & CommissioD ,- 

AdKNT FOE 1HL 
I^lPRlll WESTERN PACKRT COMPANY, 

iLuist>i,s cKsmtAi.,ii4iu*rAy, , /j- 

AND PKAlklE DU CHlkN EAIlVaY. 
FRKIGHr eONTKACTKD 
TO ALL POINTS EASr ANi>,80LTH KV 
TH1-: LOWEST KATKS. 

4«- (>\ erchar^i-g and Damages promptJir ad- 

|jB8tp.i. --u-Jhuj./. A ° i 1 i.t / - 

Otl'ic- 
! Pail I. 






f.nA Warehonae on the Lower Levee, St, 

apS-tf 



J. 



tu • LE., 

Agent for the sain of 



Colored Mohair, 

Plain and Plaid Alpaca, 

Striped md Plain PoplinsJ^"^^^' ^^^^'^ ami MichigUii 

Black & white Plaids. 



(f 



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(t 



THE WAR. 



Henry A Switt, 
Levi Nutting, 
M C .Smith, 
WL Wil.>ion, 
Chas D SherwooO, 



labor ; broad shoulders, taper waist,] 
straight figure, strong looking man; man- 
oers not gentlemanly but vulgar ; over- 
coat double breasted : color mixed of] 
oink and grey, spots small. Wears a tbickl 
overcoat ; pockets on the inside, and oni- 
on the breast, with lappels or flaps ; pants.l 
black cotton stud'; new. heavy boots; 
(voice), very small, thin, and inclined to| 
tenor. 

N. L. JRPFRIE.S, 
B. B. O., & A. P. M. O.J 



iSylvester J Smith, 



.) A Thacher, 
•Stephen Miller, 
Oscar Malmros. 
Geo W Prescott, 
Cyrus Broolts, 
Henry Stevens, 
Charles Shidd. 
K S Foncher, 
James Winters, 
.las Van Gorden, 



I William Tiegentwium, J J Cas.sedy. 



D Ford, 
'John J Randall, 
|D L Milkr 
L B Taft 
D Burt. 
J H Andrews, 
Robert Clapperton, 
T B Welch, 
Wm Bone, 
'ames Lindsay, 
Abner Lewis, 
[J D Elier. 
W G Warton, 

M Parringlon, 
D C Lvon 

H Blancbaid, 

A Marvin, 
Lemon Bates, 
Lew II Garrard, 
1 L Seager, 
H F Williams, 
Seth Washburn, 
E Norelius, 
I'homas J Smith, 
F A Williamson, 

M Gassard, 
\. J Nelson, 
A B Hawley, 
Robert Deakin, 
|C C Webster, 

Joss. 

H Parker, 



Dr. James LkDow, of St. Peter, bis 
been appointed Assistant Surgeon of 
Brackett's Battalion. 

John B. LeBlond, of Houston County, 
kas Jbeen appointed Assistant Surgeon of 
tb« First Regimeot. 



execute the laws, of the United 
States over nearly one-half the national do- 
main. 

How this plain and simple man met thif pro- 
digious peril to the life of tho Republic, how 
he foiled this mightypuhlicenemy,stepljy step, 

indhowhe finally put it under his feet — these 
constitute the history of his eventful admin 
istration.a brief notice of which we int ended t« 
make here, hut which, as we approach it, un 
folds in so many grand aud inipressiug as 
Itfct-s, as to compel us to pos.tpone a review of 
it to an occasion when we have more space 
and time. Into these last four years of his 

ite are crowded centuries of history. What 
has been accomplished, how w isely and how 
well the mighty work entrusted to Mr. Lncoln 
has l>een done,no one needs a verbal reminder, 

In accordance with instructions from 
the War Departmfent Col. Averill "re 
trenched" yesterday in the Provost Mar- 
shall and recruiting bureaus iii this State 
by iU& dismissal of twenty-three deputy 
provost marshals, twelve clerks and two 
assistant surgeons, reducing the monthy 
expenses nearly four thousand dollars 



-A gentleman from the South says there 
are 2,000,000 bales of cotton in Georgia 
and Alabama. 



Frontier News. 

(leneral Sibley received yesterday dis 
patches from Fort Wadsworth of tbej 
4th, ."itb, 7th and 8th instants. Majo: 
8ose reports a terrific storm at that post 
on the Gtb, the same day that we experi- 
enced such a heavy storm. The sno 
drifted so that it nearly buried somi 
buildings, and came in under the roofs s 

that ill the olBce of the coinmandinglfi ^ .^'"*f,*i'' „ 

_ . , . . . r n ^■Martin .s Chandler, 

officer It reached a depth of two feet.|(ieo Wilkinson, 

In the (Tovernmtfut stables it accumu 

tated to such ao extent that one hors 

and thirteen mules were froxKii to Cjeath. 

The snow packed in the drifts as hard asj 

sand. 

Gen. Sibley sent ordM-s to that post, 
stating that if any raiding parties of 
Indians were discovered making their 
way towards the settlements, no pris- 
oners should be taken. Major Rose 
writes that he will execute the orders 
to the letter, and that there will be no 
occasion for commissions. 

A large party of llnk*pa-pa Tetons 
bave crossed the James river flats to 
Hawk's Nest. They are on their way to 
Fort Wadswoith. 

Dispatches from Fort Abercrombie to 
the 11th, report all quiet and no news 
» ■ ♦ ■ ♦ ■ 



i nioiiHinent to Abraham Lin- 
coln. 

I or the St. Paul Press, 

Abler pens than mine must attempt topor 
tray the terrible caUmity that has befallen 
our country, by the assassiaation of Abraham 
Lincoln, our good President. , The Amer 
ican' people will ever mourn their loss because 
they were q/'the people, and the noblest stand 
ard bearer in this war. Every lover of our 
institutions, every friend of humanity, every 



advocate of human rights, every hater of sla- 
power dLsputcd his constitutional .-inthority to very and aristocracy,is a mourner to-day and 

will lie for weeks, months and years. Monu- 
ments as enduring as the pyramids of Egypt, 
should be enacted to perpetuate the goodness 
and greatness of thjs man. As be was 
of the people, the people are both mourners 



and relatives, and should have the philander Symmer, 



privilege of erecting suitable monuments to 

perpetuate his deeds to coming generations. oha^Vei^omlT 

As a mourner, I feel that I have the right to " ' ' 

contribute. for this purpose; and so will the 
hundreds of thousands of Americans who 
mourn with us to day. Who will initiate a 
movement to erect, by dollar subscriptions, 
a suitable monument over the grave of Abra- 
ham Lincoln ? How qnickly would the masses 
respond to a call like this! With what joy 
would the soldiers of our glorious army !— 
with what delight would every freed slave 
give one dollar to perpetuate the namC and 
fame of this great and good inan I K 



• - <♦'» . 

A Washixgto-V despatch of the 14tb 

thifs speaks of the President's last cabinet 

meeting alluded to in Secretary Stanton's 

mournful bulletin of that night : 

A cabinet meeting lasting several hours and 
At which Gen. Grant was present, was held to- 
day. The important questions connpcted with 
reconstruction were discussed, bnt no definite 
results were arrived at. Gen. Grant expressed 
cenfidence in the result of Gen. Lee's mission 
to North Carolina— that it would be the un- 
conditional surrender of Johnston's army. 



George Post, 

Imotby Jewett, 
jS J Willard, 

J F Smith, 
WL Brill, 
A H Jone."!, 
R S Park. 
Jabez. Brooks, 
FA Chittenden, 

has J LeDuc 
p G Reneck, 

A Van Duzee, 
Fred B Curtiss, 
R B Allen, 

S Taylor, 

li Robinson, 
A W (Jardner, 

W Truax. 
P T Cham»)erlain, 
F B Etberidge, 
J B Tozer, 
H B Claflin, 
W H Humphry, 
A G Spalding, 
Abbie J Spalding, 
J Powell, 
Geo Smilev, 
H F Blodgelt, 
ET Allin, 
C Woodberry, 
H J Croswell, 
Geo Kelsey, 
Jno II Martin, 
Jareii Benson, 
Mary J Colburn, 
D L Harper, 
Eveline Harper, 
Marv E OonlU, 
A Eaker, 
J St. Clair. 
Manley Blunt, 
Akber Blunt, 
D Keller, 
D F Ingrbam, 
ii B Cooley, 
Geo W Slocum, 
E G Kies, 
Lymau Palmer, 
WE Greene, 
F D Birker, 
C W Houston, 
A Prescott, 
Noah Lathrop, 
Samuel Griggs, 
Asber Hyatt, 



Charlotte Symmer, 
Llzjcie J Cooper 



Henry Hook, 
Hi rani Hoy I, 
J K Buklin, 
Enos .\ Bunker, 
J E Porter. 
J K Fancher 
J N Porter, 
T D Fancner, 
('has A Wbeaton, 
Lewis Biownell, 
H M Nichols, 
II Scrivner, 
M P Skinner, 
F Keller, 
Howard S Hatch, 
N W Sargeut, 
Harvv Bradley, 
F, V W Bradley 
Chas A Heinze 
E P Freeman, 
O O Pitcher, 
Thomas Marshall, 
S T stcrrctts, 
M W Skinner, 
Edwin ."^ Williams. 
a M Goodsell, 
James Shanocks, 
John McCann, 
J H Cooper, 
David Wilcox, 
H Paddock, 
Mr Prail, 
John N Hall, 
J J rhornton, 
L G M Fletcher, 
A T Lindholm. 
H L Gude, 
C H Slocum, 
Wm Frisbie, 
H Meadham, 
Wm F Boardman, 
W K Morris, 
NIR Wckersham, 
ThosFGotr, 
AG Kilburn, 
E D Holt, 
E W Hopkins, 
O C Abbott, 
Stephen Jones, 
G W Fuller, 
Malcolm McLartv, 
O H Haven, 
A B Coe, 
LT Boutwell, 
J K Reiner, 
L H Comman, 
A B Stickuey, 
A B Easton, 
\V M McCluer, 
H R Murdock, 
Wm E Thome, 
AVan Vorrhes, 
R Lehmicke, 
AC Lull, 
J L Howell, 
Jas M S:rong, 
R AMott, 
John Griggs, 
A P Field, 
J L Linallidge, 
Hudson Wilson, 
Orville Brown, 
J B Wheeler, 
(J FBachelder, 
T B Clement, 
J D Denison, 
T H Stevens, 
N C Hagen, " 
L WiDenison, 
Stephen Hewson, 
SamI Ridge, 
Josiah Hart, 
H C Mitchell, 
Jas Cooper, 
Wm F Lewis, 
Alfred Cressey, 
Ruth T Lewis, 
Nancy L Cooper, 
T C liyatt, 
A V Talbert, 
T L Rankin, 
J T Butterfleld, 
Wm N Wales, 



1Vh«r«abaats of JTrflf. Davla— Huiuur 
«d SnrrcBilrr of JokB^foa— Indie- 
nailou of fh(« Holdivr*. 

Nkw York, April IS. 

On Monday, the 10th detl'. Davis was 
in Macon, (>a. It is said that Lee is en 
Jeavoring to prevail on Davis to give up 
the contest. 

The surrender of Johnston to Sherman 

is again reported. It ii probably correct 

hough not official. 

Lee surrendered about 1C,»>00, includ- 
ng oHicers and privates, 170 pieces ol 
irtillery and 7lH) wagons. The soldiers 
of our army are greatly incensed at the 
issa.ssmation, but they are counselled to 
calmness. 



Another road is to be built from Vir-I 
ginia City, Montana, to Lewistou itf 
Idaho, which will doubtless exhiustthelj 
remaining fifty thousaud dollars. 

^^'e undersiand that the Commission- 
ers will proceed to the execution of theii| 
respective duties without delay. 

♦ « ♦ « ♦ — 

APortlatd. (Me.) di>patch of the| 
11th says : 

Superintendent Latham, of the (<randj 
Trunk Railroad, who tore a flag from a| 



S«Mik«or Doolutlw'a Sp«*ch— Funeral 
8«>rvlc«a lo b« Held in SlilwMukeo 
lo-day. 

MiLW.\iKEE, April) 18 
Senator Doolittlc addressed the people 
A Kacinc, Saturday evening, on the gre it 
rime of the age. (The assassination of 
President Lincoln). His address is 
published in the Sentinel of this morning. 
It is of course eloquent and impressive. 
The Senator speaks a^ain tomorrow at 
Racine on the occasion of the funeral ccr 
emonies. 

The programme for the ceremonies 
here to-morrow is an imposing one. Ad 
dresses are to be delivered by Mat. H. 
CJarpeuter, George W. Allen, James S. 
Browne, Judge Ilubble, J. W. Carey 
and others. 



Balmorals, 
Skirting, 

IPAKIS TAFfETA, 

[PRINTED JaCONET, 

SHAWLS of various styles, 

H )SIEKV. &c.., &c., &c. 
mohfS-dl/ 



MONETAR Y 



|ByT«le(trap&,| 
■ *" Y«rk Money Mttrkot, 

Nkw Yokk. April l£— 1 p..m. 
Gold closes at ua. 



IVeobiy Revt**r of (li« Kwlnt Paal 
Iftiarket. 

Wkdnksdat, April 19. 

"Downward, stiH downward," it tha condition 
of the nrarkPt ou nearly all articles. Navigation 
lia!< fully opened slnc« our last report and tb 
''prlog stocks are comlni; rapidly forward, out at 
they are not fully op<'ned and only partially re 
oeived, thp full reduction which must en^ue has 
not been reached. 

The foUowiug are oar ()uotaUoni for the weak 

QRAIN- 

There has l>eon conslderablp Wheat In mar 
ket, and some large lots from tlie Minnetiota 
riv< r have Iwen xold on Ihu Ieve<- for inilllDg 
parpodi-a at .s5c. 

Uut«, little uU'ered; sells ou street at C0<i6.'i«, 
wholeaale, and roo retail. 

Cum— wholesalu at si>o for corn iu the 
and tiOc shelU-d; retail, $1.00 iu th4 ear; $1.2U 
r< helled. 

Barley- The quotation ia $1.05. 
PORK 

Th.T 
iiial. Meaa is quoted at i'td, 



AOEXTS WAaiTK»-lo sell the great 
work, "LIFK AND I>EA I H IN KEBIiL 
PRISOKti." Soldiers, Ladiet;, any on<> can sell it. 

A. KIDDEK, 

aprl'Jlt* 'Mi Washington St., Chicago, 111 



IN A. STORE 
Apply at the Dakota House, to 
aprtO-4t* 



G. W. MOONRY 



po 



R »AI.E. 



A SLXTYINCH CIKCULAR SAW. 
Apply to 
*Pl dSw G. W. NICOLS k Co. 



A. Light Top Bnggy? 

Nearly new. Alio 

A Single llaiaies.s. 

Apply to W. U. TKMPLK, 

aprl9tf :jd Street, near Uinnf^sota. 



Ou<- liuni Naiiouil Hunkn 

L)u« from otiipr bnuko 

IJ. ;j. ISoiiilrt ilepueiiod with Trpaaurcr 
Of L'uiteil «taiei toiiecureeiroulatiii|( 



$WHl Oliu! 
•-'O.duuo.. 
03,000 iNi 



QVARVKRK,!' RKPOHT OF THE 
Condition oiihe 

JSecoiid Nalioiial Hank of 8i Paul 

train yesterday, was waited upon by 3B'*"^'"''"'"'"'"K<ii'tlie first Monday of Aril, isoi. 

quiet mob to-day, and conducted tbrougLH.^ , , e.F.si.iiKiis. 

^ . ■' ] _ " HAmountof expeU'ieH. 

the city, dressed in soldier's uniform, aud 

carrying a Hag. which he was obliged tol 

make patriotic speeches. Finall}'. the 

flag was nailed to his house 

— At the recent municipal election m 

Rochester, in this State, the Democ^at^ 

of that place went to the polls and de 

posited^ their ballots for oac George 

Blackson, a colored man, for the office ol 

Mayor, coming within seven votes ol 
electing him. 



LOWER LEVKE, ST. PAUL. 



VR. Kb 

SLKCilCAI. 



aiirisct 



iLECa.-JUCAX, 



9EN rrST, wonid rc8pe<jttnlty inform rtie em 
tmaa ot h>i. i'aul, that he has opened au oflios ij 
OM^rs' Block, over thp Expri-Hi Office. Kp-.r- 
UK> tepiovM artltlaialX(-«tb UiaMledcn VoloaM- 
i*p Plate, .vhicti II.- br-nuty, comfort, durabiUty 
iAd-ah<«piKM» far motl avythliip now Is nam, 
nfeth also iaeerlPd on Gold anil bilvor and war- 
raatcd to pivc" -••iri-<uctlc)ii. 

ICjctractiupr, flliing aud aU optfiauoiii on ttas 
reetli J.-ac ir a siiporlor manner, with Uttl<! 
paiu and on mudarate t«mn. 

The Profe.^^ion i-upplled wUb Teeth from t<ie 
bMt Hjai»ni.io»«r«w» •'• apt Ty 



\ 



noit.'!i 
Jther V. « 



secuiities.... 



Ca?li ou haud it cir.'iilating untesot 
this bank , 

Cash on hand in lawful money of tlie 
United States 



viXJ.ooo w 
la.ooo oe 

<iS,UOU uu 

1K,037 81 



. »378,ft»7 41 

LI.\BILITIES. 

Capital stock paid in $200,000 00 

Circulating notes received from Comp- 

-.trollcr 170.0(X)OC 

piBcjunt 7,M37S 

InVrest ISOia 



*378.M7 1 

I, D. A. Moutfort , Cashier of the above naJnud 
bank, do .solemnly swear that the foreeolnjt state- 
ment is true, to the best of my knowledge and 
•Jflicf. D. A. MONl'Oiir, 

Cashier. 

STATE OF MINNESOTA, ) 

COINTV <JV b .VMSEY. Ij "''• 

Sworn to and su b^cilhed before me thi.< 17th dav 
of AprU, lljtii. I.U.CARUOZO, ' 

a. Notary Public, 

:rivo cent: jm 

:rtv.8tamp: 



ina«*«otii 




lat M \* 






€0»ll« TO HAM>^« -« 

.i! d?.w,<iW»i<^-iti.i> «* 04 



3D A. I L ^X" 



iiti*-- 

.X b» 



'i 






r la.q Lltitl L«I«.i,^y~' 



"fftrnti 



There id no d.-mandand prices are merely nom 
»l. Mesa is quote " " 
wholesale ; 20c retail 



Fr(»<?h porl 



y nom 
•k 121,1 



ra, 60c; retail, 
tail, ro. 



(iuc; JitvH aud Uoclu, 60c; re- 



'El ARM EOki HALE. 

"""''•" 160 Acres, 

160 acres improved, situated near Pine Bend, 
Dakota County ; al»» the Stock, Trams, Wagons, 
Tools, Ac, appertaining thereto 
T. I> " 

aprttf 



AILSWORTH, 
PiUA BiHid. 



M 



AI,T VIlVKnAR. 



We now can fumlAti pure Malt Vinegar as 
low as common and adulterated vinegar landed 
from below. 

DRBWl'.Y & OREia 

Ordera can be left with L. B. A C. (Jrelg Third 
gtfe«t,St. Paul. aprtu i?. 



A.XJOTXOIVr AXJCTXOIVll 

A Wagon, a Cart, Bob-.'>led% Plows, II arrow.- 
Straw Cuters, a Sail Boat, Graiu Prill, .t:-.'o 
Drill, J-aoniug Hill, Counter, Itoad Sc.-ap 
Turning Lathe, Two Sewiug Machlo^'i, Plan. 
Stool, Carpeia, Bookd, Crosscut Saw, farmers 
ind Carp<»nters' '/ools, Thi«a Jii,xe« of uia.t» 
Sofhs, Chairs, Bedsteads, Ceuira TaWtp, (.»ii 
Cloth, ic. Ac. '■' '''''^' '' 

8al« Wvilnvatlay.naiflf lO, 

At 10 o'clock, at oar rooms. 

FAIRCHlLD&CO., 
aprl{>-%t AuctioneeEB. 



r 



•? m v<»yu viw«;i L>-/vio Rtasio'j ifiLi 



atllf filOMOID I 



iljuooxr e^n . i; ' 
- ,\ Ik .iiof'ciii ni saw 



i 



FIRE ANT) MA IU N El 



Uam.s, retail, 25c; shoulders, retail, 'iO<:. 
LARD-JOc wholesale: retail, S.'h:. 

FLOUR - 

W holesalA. Retail 

Snpertine $4 75 r, 2S 

KKtra— (choice brands).... $euo (160 

Double X tfl-^5 ♦():: 

BUITKR- 

Wholeaaie. RetaU 

B«8t fresh roll -jOi-^i^ 80c 

Beat firkin ICgaOo ?5c 

EtiUS -Wholesale at Itsc, and retail at ^0S2&c. 
POTATOES -Wt>olesale,'S&3M>c. and retail at 

800. 

SUQARS- 

Wholesale, Retail 

Commoii Brown ino 2oc 

Falrtofrime «. ISc ao^f 

Refined A. &B aic 27^0 

Powdered and Ont.Lnaf . ^ 2M mk 

Crushed '. Vjc SOc 

TEAS— 

Wboleaala. ReUil 

Voung H>aon tl.COal.So l.roa2.5C 

>oIong, $I.S0 1.6C 

juuiH>wder aad Imperial, tl.ou^i.^.') l.!>04^,40 

TOHACni— Nat'llent, ♦l.'4.'>;a*l.W; Uoid leat, 
|1<|1.1U: Dark brands, (iweet) t«6c.(ji$i ; Fine cut, 
ubewiU|;)Ml!i$l JS; Fine cut, (6iouking)25A40r, 

COFFEE -Wholeaalp Kio, fair, ■',•<:■, retail,B»"6»"o»« •<> s^*"'* brauoh oi rtip tiieawjie buti 
50c: prime to choice, -tuc ; retail, .SO; (.aguay 



CURTIS & etberidge! 

191 Thiri^t.. St. Paul. 



The aggregate capital of Fire Insurance lepre 
sentAd by u« amounts to 

$13,600,243.58. 

All lc«c<«9 in tiie State are eettUd l>y«g as eaoi 
8 proofs are prepared. 

QoodB a-id Merchandise 

INJURED WalLK IN TRAKatT, 
Both en river aad lak«a. We licpe, Ly piomp 



And otiiers 
Jas A McKec 

N. B.— 1. Arrangements have )>een made 
with Capt. David.son whereby all who come 
by bis boati can secure passage at tieo third* 
the regular fare, on the presentation to the 
Clerk of the lioat, of proper credentials of 
memli^rship of the Conveution. All luem- 
*)er6 of the Convention, therefore vt'ill receive 
certilicates to that etTect trom the officers of 
the Conveution, tto that the stipulated reduc 
tion can be made on the return form. 

2. Ministers throughout the Sttvte, will be 
furnished with free entertainment during their 
attendance in the Convention, provided they 
previously send their names to tlie Rev. F- 
A. Noble, St. Paul, Minneso.a. 

3. Tlie Ijest speakers in the State, are ex- 
pected to be in attendance and an etfort i« be- 
ing made to secure able men from abroad 
\Ve are already assured that those in whom 
the people will be interested will be here from 
Chicago 

4. Papers throughout the State, flrimdly to 
the cause, are reque:ited to publish this call 
along with these special notices. 

JOHN NICOLS, 
Chairman Com. of Arrangements 
J, A. NOBLE, Secretarj', 



MOLAS.SE.S-Phiutatlon and I'oriland, If gal 
(1.40, wholesale; retail, il.iKi; Sugar 
House, $1 .'lOal'U, whuldr-iile; retail, Sl.iVi; l-t'ol 
de«8)rup, #1 rrial !':'■, whuledale, Mtail, $3.00^ 

Syrupi ar<! scarce at the ab>ve quolathina. 
WUlJiKY— Wo quote, Kectilied, V gaUlou 
11.73; Miooueahela, $'i.uUji6.UU; OU iiuurbuu 

M.-^sate.oo. 

OMO.N's;— Wholesale, ^S.JO per bushel; retail 
fl.co. 

BEAN.S — Wlitlesale, ;(2.00 per pushel: 
retail, t'2. 50. Navy Beans, (ii 2>, wholesale; re- 
tail, lirt.'Ul. 

LEAU AND-SHOr. Shot ts quoted kt (4 S^J 
per, sk. Buck-khot H :r>. Bar u d, IN:. 
GREEN U'FLEJ— Winter, ritail. ^9.00410 tt 

WOOUEN W.Xiii ~ 

Pauj:— I Churms-- 

: hoop $.<t M)|No. 1 $1* 

< houp 4 IS No. 't 1' &> 

Tub."-.— No. 3 i4 M 

iO ir" 16 60l 

18 Inch ...IS OOjUalf bushel meaa- 

I Inch i:t 5C| uros.perdoz A 5< 



aeaa, to merit tlie conudeaoe and patronage oi 
the public. 



Oct •iAdly 



Cvirti« Sc lilthPi'idgf*. 

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TO COUNTY OPPK.^ERS. 



TWtjAV R:KaT:>V 



Prepared by Official Anlliorily. 



MKWkMTK CHKMKII— A new juvenile MuJ 
glc Book— bv L. O. Emprson, author of 
'lioldeu Wreath, " "Harp ol Jiidah." &c. Con 
taining Elementary Instructions, attractive exer 
oises and several hundred pipular locga, superi-l 
or to all similar work» iu many essential points,! 
and dosiined to Ke the most popular and salabloT 
book fur lichools Femiutiriee, and thi; young folka| 
at home, ever published. 1 he songs are uot old 
and time-worn, but new, fresh and spirkl.ug— ; 
-ulted to all occasions and alive with the spirit ot{ 
the time. A large t^uiubKr now lirst appear in; 
print. ^peelI^en|>age^:, cuntainiug several choice 
-ieces, will tM sent te i^ny one on application. 
'rice uf "Merry Ciiiines'* SO ceuts. $S a dozen. 
OLIVER DITSON fc CO., 
apie tf Pul>llsher», 217 Wasington st.,- Boston 



\\ imt CLABA IIAm.AXl>, 

fJL ant Meuium. 



Clarvoy 
By the u-ie of an instrament 
:onatructed under siiiiluil direction, in connee* 
ion with her clairvoyant powers, is enabled to 
present to you a perfect likenf ss of yoor future 
Ife partner, bhe can also tell within a lew daya 
(be datout marriage, whether the union will oe 
happy or otherwise, and nrmber of children 
PUaae frive color of tiair and eyes, oompiexfon. 
, hi^t, and ixume in full, enoloae 36 cents and 
lampeid envelope. Look Box 30, Detroit, Itleb 
Tha name and P. 0. addrais (wkiob will enable 
vou to open a correspondence) will tw sent for 
M flantl additional, wfftli-im* 



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For January ifale, ibiis. 

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St. Paul Musical Society, 

Sth COlSrCEliT, 

Sl'KfKa 2; Xb. ^ 

Vocal and InUrumental, 

AT 1\ .l:;i4i;<lLl,i HAiJ,, 

rHUitoDAY, APRIL 20.<' 1865, 

Ulractoi,;— Messrs. HuelMrhod'and Ztiizlus. 
T»r?.C'GfR,A.lVIM r;. 

fAI.'T I. , 

1. Allegrn,^.,IJ phony in D,)-HaydB. "^ '" 

ORHKHTHA. '- ■' '' 

2. Outjte— two violins — Vlotti — Ma.iter<3 O, 

Kiefer uno Uernhard I»assp|. 
V. .Ml-:. .! horu: -CiipayV Warniii>^-W«lace. 
4. Ka^sbolo— "\'lKaviso"- Soiunainbula— B>'J 

linl— Mr. lr*iwer.' - 

t>. Fest -I'oloutiiae—Satter- Mr. Frank- Wood, 

PAKT i. 
t. Overture "harber of .Seville"- fioaini. 

• (ItOHKSTKA. 

7. Mixed Chorut —'Glory b« to Uodon Uigb." 

Mozart. 

8. Violin aolo^-"Cai)rlce SanialiiIb"-iVi*ux 

temps (iv St. Uancio. 

9. Duett*— Sopr ino and '; enor -O Cbme t« 

M»"-Kue;lcen. , . 

10. Ovfrture— "Ifeimlcehr'Wns aer Prem 

MendelMobn. . .,,^ i ' 

jUL'Hlt^itH.\. 

11. SUr Spangle i B inner— jjoprsno Solo an I 
• Cliomi.i ' 

Doors open at 7 ; Katertainment U» copMaetic* I 
itSo'oloct Ticlc.tsforsaleaflheMusIcStor. 
ind Day and Jnuks. 

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On Tburatljj' D«a't, April -.StttU, 

It lOoVIO'k, we liil coll at Am-tiou, withouil 
lluit or re^err*. r 'I 

20 Pieces Heavy Brown ShoeUDK.I 
17 " Light Bi'owu SbaolinFrl 

Bloiehed Miseting, 

Ble icbed Shirting, 

Hriiits, 

Wtiite Flaunel, 

Blue Opera Flftnnel, 

atitiaetf 

Dcuskiu, 

Boaver Cloth, 

Deriimfl, 
6 doz. Undershirts and Dnwers. 

And a large lot uf liae (iuuiiH«r Mk«kwlc. 

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V^'m. Braids, Baiidtt, (Inris, ku-^ 



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Deed8, C«<:Uflcite'<,aR4ttlR«l(«rc(|alf84J>/Qoun-' 
t) Otncera. Also, r/. 1,',, . ' 

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carding to pre«crlt>ed form. 



PA TEN 'I MEDICINIiS. 

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!t«»n. 
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Private r9onu{«r:|4Klies' Qair DrflMing. XMz- 
zia^. Shampoo n^ an! Dyeing. 
\ Til' only .« HOW'M 1) 1 Ji in the World- apfMMI <;ti 
'aad for .sule. 

H. «.— OentleBieii's Hair Cnf with Jodgxaenr 
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|The riebels begun tbt fi«bt br binTabingJ-:>-.- 
for Jell". Davis and the Soutbern Confed-i 
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A private dUpatcb n-om Richmond 
Istatea that the oo'.oici troops detailtnl l 
Vuard Mrs. Geu. Lee^8 residence bav' 



A FEW BEASOS3 WUY THE 

AMERICAN WATCH 






In ordering 0.9 V.'-ws by mail, by obecrvJn 
tbe following .ag«.>tlon.. much .unoyanca It 
yourielvcs and the i.ublUl.ors may be avoided : 

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oountv a«d State in lull to wliich you wish tin 
I»per sent, and also name tlie edition wanted. 
vrhMher dally, weekly or triweekly. 

If the •ubscrlptlon is a renewal, give the d*tt 
at which the former *ub«5rlptlon expires, a- 
Bhown on the printed direction label on the pa 
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tew day» prevtou* to the expiration of the forme 
subscription. 

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per, give the address to whldi it has been sent. 
a« weU kJi that to which you wish it changed, anc 
name the edition, 

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of paper. 

LETTER FROM MORILE. 



CH.TT.VX00O.. T.vsK.,.K., J B.v,;. .moUk, April 13.-Tbe Ricboion Jf- witbdr^^^^^^^^^^ and white 

April 6. im. ^^Whiy of yesterday ^^^J'^'f J««^'-^ '' tS2 gtrrilL who re. ently patmlled 

Kditoi* of the i^t. Paul Press: ^ Bin.porfant docuiucnt to ine pwpie. (n ,,,g youtbern bank of the Upper Toto- 



lod luembcid of the 



This rcgiu ent now garrisotn all tbeHV'irginia 

orU of Chaitanooga, so we a,ay •^*'«')t J .'[.^^'^.^''^tlTstatc of V.rgtma. ia 
hay that this city is indeed a M.nnesota|[;;g-^f^^^^^^ ,,^^i,„ „f ^«,ea» oi 

Lettleincnt. In fact, one cannot go fromHtbe Slate, whose names are atUohed to 
Lne fort to another without being hailedgthis paper, in view ol tbe evacuation of 



illovements of the 16tli Corps 



The Minnesota Regiments 



Col . Mars»hall Wounded 



OABUAI.TIES AND INCIDENTS 



Cantinpko.vtofSpaxish Fdrt, J 
Mobile Bay, Ala., March 29, 1866. ^ 
Editors St. Paul Pre^s: 

When I wrote last from Daupbii 
Island. I had a hope of next writing iron 
IVIobile. As the prospect ol reacbinj 
that city very soon is not pariicularl 
datt«ring, and as your readers might gro* 
impatient if my correspondence wa:^ post 
poned tintil we occupied it, and stilt 
further, aa matters of interest have bap 
pened recently, I seize a lew moments ol 
loll in a storm of shot and shell, tc 
write. We embarked on Sunday evening 
the 19lh inst., at Fort Gaines, and cross 
ing Ben Secour Bay, made our way uy 
Fish river, a narrow crooked stream, to n 
landing called Danley's Mills. Uert 
bad been before the war a town, as ai 
unoccupied ball alley and saloon still re- 
main. I say had been, because a "West, 
em court" once decided that a town wa^ 
"any plaace where whisky was sold.' 
Here we disembarked, and camped somt 
two miles out in a grove, with tall pint 
trees and free from uuderbmsb. On tb» 
28d the rebels attacked our picket lint 
and a skirmish ensued, our forces driving 
the enemy a mile or two, with a small lo$s 

On the -.'>th our army was put in mo 
tion, the 16th corps advancing on tfat 
road leading to Blakely, a town on th 
Tensus river, eight mil«s from its mouth, 
and the terminus of a railroad running to 
Pensacola. 

The l.Sth corps moved on a road lead 
ing directly to Spanish Fort, which is sit- 
uated nearly opposite tbe city. It is a 
very strong tortiticatioD, manned will 
heavy siege guns, while several outei 
works have been erected and field pieces 
pla^-ed in posiitiou to repel the "mongre; 
hordes." onder Canby. 

Our column moved slowly over a ver} 
level country covered with pines, the ad- 
vance, 2d Brig, skirmishing constantly 
Late in the afternoon Gilbert ilcClara, 
*'E" company, ^tb Minn., was wounded 
While the column was in motion, a par 
ty of rebel cavalry appeared upon thi 
left iiank and apparently observing Col 
Marshall of the 7tb, riding at the bead ol 
his Brigade with his staff officers, tiied a 
lew ahots, one ball entering the C'oloner.- 
shoulder just below the base of tbe neck 
on the left side, passed some two inche.' 
lengthwise under the skin and come ou 
within an eighth of an inch of the spina 
column. A slight dedection would hav< 
shattered the spine and and caused in 
stant death. The wound is proving quit* 
painful, but the gallant Colonel contin 
ues on duty, as Brigade commander. 

I have known officers to] 
obtain thirty dija' "leave'" uponj 
slighter grounds, but Col. Marshal 
proposes to remain on duty, and we an 
all glad that he is able so to do. Tha 
day we marched about eight miles, anc 
early the next morning, the 26th, tbe ad 
vance was resumed with the usual skir 
mishing in front. 

That night we formed a junction witl 
the 13th corps within three miles of Span 
ish Fort, they being on our left, and theii 
left resting on Mobile Hay at A'Ulagt 
Wharf. On the 27 ih linci of battle wert 
formed, strong parties of skirmishers pu 
lorward, and the troops gradually ap 
proached the Fort, the advance bein|: 
over rough pine-covered ridges. 

A halt is ordered and through tht 
branches we can see some portions of tbi 
rebel works with their embrasures anc 
guni,noi very pleaaant to look at and feel 
conscious of the prospect of being firct 
upon at any moment. Meanwhile out 
•kirmisbers are indulging in a contesi 
with tbe rebel skirmishers, and nt laai 
the rebels sudlenly withdraw to their 
earth-woiks. Our lines then take posi- 
tion, and with a few changes the invest 
ment is complete. 

Several of our batteries ob 
tained good positions and opened fire be 
fore noon, the rebels replying at long in- 
tervals. Many men were wounded ii 
the skirmish line daring the day, and ] 
append a list of casualties to the time oi 
writing. Yesterday was spent in build 
ing works to protect ourselves in camp 
and nuuy compliments were excbangedl 
between batteries, tbe shell flying ovei 
the camps knocking, trees and limbs inj 
an unpleasant manner 



)y some astonished Minnesotian that we 
liast met in tbe Northwest, and pro" 
tbiy the last man we thought would be 
ome a soldier. 

The cold, muddy weather, from whic 
jur regiment was sufl'ering so much, ba&l 
->i>eu succeeded by warm (I may say bot) 
Iry, dusty weather. The fruit trees art 
[,a lull blossom, llowcrs of all kinds ait 
ibundant, and vegetables beginning to 
ome into market in plenty. 

We have, indeed, jumped from tbe 
niddleof a dull, dreary winter, into tbf 
/cry midst of a delightful spring. Vege- 
^tion in ibis climate seems to start into 
/iew as if by magic. The writer, one 
iay last week walked across tbe hillsidt 
jfone of our batteries without seeing 
i single flower ; having to take the same 
*alk the following morning, he was per 
eclly astonished to find the hillside cov 
.'red wi»h violets and various kinds ol 
.pring flowers. The prospect ol abnn-j 
lance of fruit and vegetables pleases oui 
)oys much, as we have been greatly it 
*ant of tbe latter article. In other re 
.pects we have.hud no reasnn to com- 
plain of our provisions. Somi? in.hvidu- 
tls, of there are course, among us who art 
never happy except when grumbling. 

It will be gratify-ingfo the families and 
friends of tbe proud regiment that ha* 
he honor to call Minnesota its home, ti 
lear that the general health of the rcgi 
nent is decidedly gooil. There are, »t i.- 
crue, in some of the batteries, a few case.- 
jf measles and other complaints, princi 
pally caused by the change of food anr 
limate : but very lew, if any, case.- 
of serious illness at present. 

Tbe following list of batteries, will 
heir respective commanders, may not bt 
ininleresting to >ou^reader.^, as it abow^ 
bow the re.^tpective companies are 1 
ated : 

Fort Michaiotao and Redoubt CoolreJ}?e, 
Battery A, Capt, C N. Uterry. 

£edoubt Carpenter, Ba'tery B, Lieutenant 
Allred. 

Cameron HilJ, Battery C, Capt. Porter. 

Fort Cri/fh ton, Battery D, Capt. Reeves. 

Battery Irwin and Redoubt Jones, Batters 
E, Lieut. Hes.s. 

Fort Phelps, Battery F, Capt. Owens. 

Fort Lylle. Battery G, Cnpt. Clark. 

Fort Crutchtield. Battery H, Capt. Atkin 
son. 

In rharge of church prisou. Battery T. Capt. 
Carney. 

Batteries Busbnelland McAlnno, Battery K 
Capt. Hammond. 

Near Coolridire [campedj Battery I., Capt, 
.\llen. 

Fort Sherman, Battery M, ('apt. Jobnscn 

The fort, redoubts and batteries are 
Jl being sodded, and as soon as com 
plefe, will hiive a very pi<'turf.^(jue ap 
pearance. At prest-nt the prettiest .^re 
Micbalolzie and Irwin. The quarters foi 
•.he men, now whitewashed outside, an 
dean, comfortable and commodious. ^V( 
bave just received extra orders abuU' 
arget practice and drill, which excite.^ 
■,he men considerably ; as they feel sun 
that such orders would not be issuec 
unless the "powers that be" expected i 
vi»it from Lee "or some other man." 

Yon will be gl:J I to bear that thert 
appears to be a general good feeling 
rjetween officets and men throughoui 
the regiment ; and there liis been caust 
"or very few punishmenii, which, for » 
new organization, is saying a great deal 
Before concluding I must ask you tt 

ectify an error wli.h appeared in youi 
,>aper of the 9th of .March, I think 
^ou state that Capt Burger and Mr 

Lahr are in Chattanooga, suttling fo' 






Richmond by the Confederate Govern- 
ment, and its occupation by the military 
authorities of tbe United SUtes, the sur- 
r.uder ol the army ot Northern Virginia 
and the auspen-sion ot the jurisdiction of 
of the civil power of tbe Slate, are ol tbe 
opinion that an immediate meeting of the 
( General Assembly of the SUte is calleo 
lor by tbe e.xigencies of the situation. 

The consent of tbe military authorities 
of tbe United States to a se8s.ion of the 
legihlature in Uicbmond, in connection 
with the (tovemor and Lieutenant (iov 
ernor, to their tree deliberation upon pub 
lie alfairs. and to tbe ingress and depart 
lire ol all its members under safe con- 
.tuct bes been obtained. The United 
States nulboritits wdl atlord transporta- 
(ion from any point under their control 
anv ol the" persons before mentioned. 
The matters to he submitted ti tbe Leg 
islatnre are tbe restoration of peace to 
ihe htate of Virginia, and the adjustmeci 
d the questions involving life, liberty 
ind property that bave arisen in the State 
IS a consequence of war. 

We therefore request the (Jovernor 
[..ieute.iant Governor and members of the 
l^egislaturc lo repair to this city by the 
.'.5th of April inst. We understand that 
ull protection to persons and property 
m\l I.e afToided in ihe State, and we re- 
•ommend to peaceful citizens to remain 
vt their homp.s aud pursue their usual av 
ocations with conlidenoe that they will 
lOt he interrupted. 

We t arnestly solicit the attendance in 
Richmond en or before the 2.'ith of April 
inst.. ol the following persons, citir^ns 
of Vir<;inia. We bave procured safe 
•onduct from military authorities of the 
United States l\>r them to enter t'.e city 
ind depart without molestation: lion. 
II. M. Hunter, A. T. Carpenter, W. C 
Rives. John L Icher. A. 11 Holcombe, 
Vlc.xamier l^ive.-', A. .Tohnson Barbour, 
lames Barbour, Wm. L. Goggin. J. B 
Baldwin, Th mas S. Johnson. Walter 
Staples. S. D.Miller. Thomas Randolph 
VVni. T. Early. R. A. Claybrooke. 
John Critcher. William T. A. Eppes and 
Thomas Persons, for whom passport.s 
have been procured, and others whom 
>»e consider unnecessary lo mention. 

Signed: A. J. Marshall, Senator from 
fanquicr; Jno. Wesaen, Senator from 
Vlarion; Jas. Venable, Senator ele. 
ironi Petersburg; David J. Burr, of 'the 
Home ol Delegate?, Irom Richmond; 
David J. Saurders, of the House of Del 
egates from Richmond; L S. Half, ol 
Che House of Delegates ; J. J. English 
jf the House of Delegates, from Henrico 
'onuty ; Wm Ambers, of the House of 
Delegates, Irom Chesterfield county ; A. 
VL Kertz, from the House of Delegates, 
roiff Petersburg ; H W. Thomas. Sec 
>nd Auditor ot Virginia; Lieut. L. L 
Moncure, Chief Clerk Second Auditor's 
Jflice; Joseph Meyo, Mayor of the City 
A Richmond ; Robert S. Howmond.Clerk 
)f the Hustings Court of Richmond ; 
Tbos. W. Dudley, sergeant. Richmond ;j 
iattleton Tazewell. Commonwealth Ar 
Tiorv. Uichnund; M. M. T. James 
fudge of tbe Circuit Court of Petersburg ; 
John .\. Meredith, Judge ol the Circuit 
v'ourt ol Richmond ; Wdliam A. Lyous, 
fudge o! the Hustings Court, Richmond; 
\Villiam D. Wiirkham, Member of Con- 
gress Irom Richmond ; Natt. Tyler, edi 
Tor of the Richmond Enquirer; R. F. 
vValker. Publi.sber of the /.'xami/ier; J. 
II. Anderson, Richmond; R R Ilowzin, 
lo. ; W. Godddl, do. ; P. G. Bogley. do. ; 
t\ .). Smith, do. ; Franklin htems, Hen 
.ico; John I. Hows, Petersburg, Thos. 
li. FisLer, F.anquier; Wm. M. Harrison, 
Jbarlcs City county ; Thos. W. (Jarnet. 
Ivin^s and Queens county ; Jas. A. Scott, 
Richmond. 

I concur in tin' precediog recommen 

Jation. 

(Signed,) J. A- CAMPBELL. 

Approveil for publication in the Whitj 
and in handbill form. 
(Signed, I O. W. WEITZEL, M^or Qcn. 

THK .\DDKKSS TO THK PEOPLE Of VIR- 
GINIA — DCTIB6 OF THE PEOPLl. GE.N- 
BR.IL ORDKU Ve»R RELIGIOUS SKRVICKS 



Upp 

mac, have !• k lor a more healthy^ climc 
A day oc two ago, liomf. of our' noldicrs 
who' got within bailing d:stani-c. of tbe 
rebels, iufonaed them that Cien. Lac had 
urrendered. They replied, "We kno 
it; tbe Confederacy is played out, but 
our independent companies arc not." 

E. Delafield Smidi, United States Dis 
tri t Attorney for the Southern District 
.if New i'orli, has been removed, and 
Daniel Dickenson appointed in his stead. 

Gen. Lee was e.Kpccted to arrive at 
Richmond hist evening. His wife is dau- 
oerouslv ill. 

Tbe HonC.-: .special .says the President's 
speech is disapproved I'V several Cou 
grc'-smen now in Washington. No ex- 
tra session ol (^ongre.-'s will be called uu 
less new ev«int« demand it. 

It i^ stated that information has been 
received at the I'rcncb Knibassy of thej 
langeroua illiiesa ot the Emperor Napo- 
leon. 

Washington deapatches of the LJtb 

say : 

Lieutenant (Tcneral (Jr.int arrived her 
to-dav Irom City Point, accompanied by 
Mrs. fJrant, Gen. Ilawlins and wife, and 
(ieiierals Singbaui, Williams and Dent 
and other oflii-ers of bis Htalt', Assistant 
Secretary of War Dana and others. They 
ame in the steamer MoUie Martin, and 
most ot the jiarty took rooms at Wil 
laru's, Tbe headquarters of the army of 
the United States, heretofore in the llcbl, 
have been removed to Waahingion, where 
thev will remain for tbe pivsient. 

Interesting revelation™ in ^p^a^d to the 
to depart for Enrope, w.th the rest of bis 
taniily, at an early day. II-' ii much af- 
lectnd by his defeat, tfeff. Davis has de- 
sertcfi him, artxl iii jetreating on his own 
account " 

Tbe //*r«/d".* lliibmond tqieclal says: 
• The First N.itional Bank of Richmond 



Iii THE BESr. 
It is made on the best principle, while the tot- 
^Jpn watch is fsaerally made upon no prlnoiple 
it all. Thd foreign watcli U mostly made by wo 
men and boys, iiv ha.ni>. Whlli tlioir labor is 
clieup. thPir work is de.ir -at uny price, hnch 
waf oh««» are mad^ w Ittiout plan, and Hold witlioat 
ffuarauleo. Thn? arc IrrrRular iu conntruction 

nd nuite as irregular iii iiiovcnieut. They 

designed only to xell, and the buyer is tho part)flA.t Kort Kisher ws 
thoroughly told. Those who have kept 'ancros,' than ts dally raadeTJy 

leplnes,' aud '3wUs levers' iu protessed repair 
for a few years will appreciate tho truth of our 
H!at<-ment. 

rUK I'LAN OF TQK AM KUICAN WATCH, 

Instead of twlug made of several hundred llttli 

piHCi-'s, screwed together, the body of the Amer-j 

ran watch is formed of .SOLID Pf^ATK-S 



'• J'fs^'f'' ,'.■. liS tkrii '■■- .'.'• ■■ ■■ '■■: '"'■•«;,• nn MU'. 

oniagr,bl'' '"'■• '!•■> lime lltrn Itrt i:t</ri 

Ja all tail- liMttud .sj-lcal AiTi'Olicn.-i.t 

ruin.'' In Ihe. i .)i:k au I l/iii«l>s, l':ili;.'ue on fllghtS 

|exortlou, I'aipititlonof llii! Ue;irl, llysterics and! 

[Whites, tUeae Pills will ofluct a cure wiien alii 

[other menng have failed ; and although a power-] 

^ful rMmedy, do not coutiiiu iron, calomel, Hnllmo-I 

ny, or auytniug hurliul to tht' coiiHlitutiou, I 

full directiouH iu thu paiiipUlcl aiduud eacha 

pao>ug«9, whicii i-liould be carefully prttserveU. | 

Sold by al! PrugglslB. Sole Agent for the| 

United iUtes aud Li.Uiida, Jul". JIUSl'.S, 

27 Cortlaadt street N. x. 



30 LOAN 



irt. 



aiv. 



Pi — 



FIRST t)lVlSION 



By authority ofthe Secretary of the Treai^ury.ajJ'r PAIf] Sj^ PAi^lFICK R 

e undersigned has a.^suii ed tho <i<*neral Sub-P^ 



N. B.— $1 and <"< Htamp;* enclo.ed lo any author I 
ized agent, will iiixurK a bottle, coiitainin;^ tiltj| 
Pills, by rBtur4 mail. 

" • oct-dlocl.'e6-WtB«vI0,'«.'i.!»wf 



No 



BUTLER'S :PIASC0 

ras Kc-arc 'ly a groat(-r failur^j 
most ol tlie advertised hall 
dyes; nor W8i Terrv and Porter's Victory luort 
complete, perfect and glorious, thau the couqueatj 
aohii'ved by 

CUISTAlMlltO'S HAIR DYE 

Over gray, red and Bandy heads of hair. The ob-| 

nexious hut^ is wipt^d out in li^e miiiuluii, aud bI 

magnlUcent brown or blnck, glo.-^sy and natural,) 

■ ■■ ■ "" " ■ a by .1. Crist«doro,f 



jsro. 0. Aator Mouse, Ni'W York. Hold by l>rag| 
|gl8t9. Applied by ail llalr l>r>-dBt!rH., 

ap.'i diw u im. 



*r Inlarfrrf-H with the Itarniony of it;) work1ng,H)Ake<! ita placo. Manufactured 
nd uu Fuddua i<liock can throw i In machinery | 
.ut of goar. la riding, or any busiui-Bii pursult.j 
it in all held togctlji-r an lirinly a.s a single pie^ 
iofm-Mal. It U juU wliat all machinery ahooldj 
bo— 

l«t. ACCURATK. i!d. SIMPLE. Sd. STBONG.] 
Ith. P.CONOMICAtj. 

M « not only secure CIIF.APNE33 by our sya 
[tern, but yOALITV. We do noi pretend that; 
our watch rau bo bouglit lor Inas money than th 
loroigu«Kii<'-''Wi-c.«, but that lor lis real valm 
it U sold for one-half the price. 

OUU SOI.DIKUM WATCU (named Wm. EU] 
ilory), ti wliat itu nnmo indicatos-fo.id, sub^lan 
tial, and always rollable - -waraantrtl to stand any 
amouut of mwchlng, riding oi fighting. 

OUR NKiT HfGHER (QUALITY of WATCH 
nanind P. 8. Hartlott^, Issimilar Iu size and gfU 



ith 

BCrlpiion Agency for tlteaalcof Uaited Statee 
[TreajiuryKolt'e, bearing seven and thice-lonth! 
IperceQt. Interest per annum, known as the 

|s!»e%'Cii-Tliiri:y X^oan.i 

ifhesa Rioted aro iKuuvd under date of Jub< 
|l5th, 18C£, and aru payaUo three ycturitfrom thai 
jumc, iu curic-ucy, or arecouvcrtlMe at tho optioBJ 
|of he holder Into 

V. S. 5-20 Sis: per cent. 
aOIiD-BBAZLZIffa SON^iDS. 

Tli«<W3 bouja are nov/ woiDi a jin-iiuum \vliic)i 
incteMCK the actual prollt ou thit 7-:io loau, and] 
iila cTemt>iion /(om State and Municipal 
iion luldn fr'am one. (o fhru- ]>er o'hI, twrf, 
■jardiiig lo th>> rat« i*ivi<dou other properly 
ll'hc interoat in payable eeci-annually bycouponi' 
litta'h.-d to fac^ uole, \vh oh may be rut oil' audj 
|<old to any bank or banker, 

llie iiiteri!*iatuouut« in 



On and.,afler UONDAT, NUVF:UBi::K 7th 
PaiiCager 1 raiuo wil run as foUowa : 
UOJISro M'EST. 

UOUNING. 

tiMtvesiitJ^Aal.... .........I.. 

Hi, AtsUionj 



.•**••• I 




..8:00 A.M. 
..8:MA.M. 
..•:10A.k. 
..»:iSA.>:. 
.IOHWa.m. 

.lOUUA.K. 

...S:MP. M 
...4:201'. M 
...t:i5P. K 
...S:Stp. M 
...S:46p. M 
...A-OSF. M 



A ?< 1 > 

IMACHINE WOKKSl 



Sinn tlin denlructlon by lire of the rionoer| 
foundry In St. Paul, In .luly last, we liavo orect- 
, , K ., I..;. ...n..a i.>u>ui,i onil 11 mrtr«BI'id a hhop at Mioui>up.tli:^ lu order to avail our-l 

ral appearance, but has more jaweU, and a 'ao'-«B.,^j,,.^ ofllie facillii. .Vof water p jwer in our bu8- 

laliorati! fiui:<h. HinefcH. AVeoxpr^t to t;ei iu o|»Ta<. ion about thel 

OUR l.ADIfcS' WATOlI, locently broughtHl5th of April, when «i< shall be prep-jrea to do| 

, , i,un,.r.,j mnnvMany Wind ol mill machlueryor other c.iaiinj' 

out. Is put up Iu a groat variety ot pat ems, nwn>B,hiimay be tailed i„r. lielug ,.ra,:llc.l Iron audi 

)t them of rare beauty and workiuanshlp, Is qulteg^f^^g founders and mr.cliini.-!tn of S.S yr ar«t exjieTl 

imall but warrante.t to KKKPIIMK. Kence 0~ yosr.-* Iu this .>late), ue lliink we cai.i 

.^.,'.. ■\.-ntTK'ii cirMTi ii\f\v>'i< WATfH ijBk'V'' cur pitroHM f'.oo.i fatirfaciion, b:ith in iiual 

aeat , not larg-^, and ]\i'M the thing for the pocketgni,!^ ,„ jumi.su ordinary t;i•.^tia|;3, r, i-. nit rer lb | 

BrHfis <'flr<lin,*i«,Tfi centH per lb. K:ibl.it Sletaf 



IS to {"o into opcrrdidn in ten days, John 
Van Buren wis the guest of (len. Weit- 
zel, in the late halls of ,hiT. yesten^ay 
Gen. Tatrii;? la to establish his head 
luarters in Riciimoiid. Tht- army beail-, 
quarters will soon be moved there. In 
consequence of the demolition of many 
stores, there is a scarcity of wherehousesj 
and a preat demand for places. Olliuesl 
d«mand e-xorbitant prices in some in 
stances. Inferior stores have rented for 
!B3.C(X) per annnni. 

The Cotnmcrciars Wardiington special 
sayj that it in currently reported that 
Secretary Stanton will reiiwn a<i soon at 
pea<'e is declared. 

A special despatib fo the Philadelphia 
P>-eM. from Wash ngt.on, this r m., finys- 
"(len. (Jrant is h.'re in consultation with 
the Pre.-ili-nt. Hii headquarters are 
heri'atter to be in Wa^hinj^ton. He goes 
to Philade'uhia to-morrow. Lee visits 
.Johnston's army to stay bloodshed. He 
is truly penitent. Kwell is on his parole 
at tbe .^ie!l•o|lollIttn. 

The t'veiiini/ Star says the side of Mr 
Seward's face injured by his fall has been: 



of Young America. 

THK. PaOOK ol the merits of our watch may] 

i)« found in tho fact that we now employ overl 

even hundred workuiru in our lactories, aad] 

ih«t we ar.ibtili una!)le to bupply the constantly] 

iocreusiog demand. 

QlJK TUKKK-QUAUPKR PLATE WA rCU] 
is thinner and lip:ht.-r than the others we have] 
descrlced. Its tine chronometer balance lit df-li 
cately adjusted to correct tho variation caused bj 
gljaiigea of temperature. These watches are ttiej 
uultH oi'the latent exp.Timun iu chronometry,! 
and are m:ulo by cur beit workmen. In a separate! 
lepartment of our faclorv. Kor the lineal time-j 
Keeping qualltl.-s they challenge comparison with] 
tho b'st works of the most (amous aud En}.^Ush| 
land .Swls!< makers, 

ROBBINS A: APFLETON, 
.VGENTS FOR TUF. AMERICAN WATCH CO.,I 

l.<2 Broadway, New York. 

at>5-d&wlin 



LYON'S KA't'UAlRON. 

Katitairou is from the (ireek word "tvathro,'| 
or "hathalro," signifying lo cleanse, r.jucenate, 
indrestoie. This article U what its name sigui I 
ties. —t'or preserving, rosioriug aud beautiiyluiil 
Iheliuwau hair it li the moc't remarkable preparl 
itlon in tbe world. It Is again owned and pnti 
rip by the original proprietor, aud is now madtl 
ivitli the >iame care, skill and attt-ntion which! 
,(ave it a sale of over one milliou bottles per aii-j 
nuDi. 

It iMa most l>elixhtrul Hair Orenslug, 

II i-radicatos scurf aud daiidrui!'. 



n 



It keeps tho head cool and clean. 

It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy. 

It prevents the hairtromfalhug ofl' and turnlnel 

pl»ce 1 in wires instead of bandag<'s, sinceHgray. 

which time the swelling ha., reduced, atidf i\r;1X^^teX"n^n t'rvaiues a beautlfuJ 
now lie does not sutler much. He is ableflhead of hair should use Lyon's Kuthairon. It i^| 
to leuve his bed, ami is more easy in .theBU^*^;" ""^ "*"'* throughout the civilized world r 
lay than dunng the night. 



lO to ;a ceutitKT lb, Lutlio work and llni.slCngl 
Ifroiu *."> tJ *ip ptr day. Patten Mai. ing, $4 peil 
day. ilaviug uu e.xpprieuc.'d Pallern JVIaVer, wrl 
can intike any pattern tt-nt ma> be wauti-d. t'p.)il 
llhe cprniiig oti)a\iii;atiou winutendtocasteMr)) 
(day, 8uii<la)S ext-ep'.ed, no that we .shall t'« abU| 
|co iuriiish ca.stln^ri vv.thout th^ u.-nal di-ljy. 01<J 
|iton, brai^M, copper, l.'ad, ftr., wanted. 

till. Man .■» CO, I'ion- er KoanJry, 
- Atboinin^ Perkins <;. i roikei's Urit't Uill. 
Minueupolia, Apill lo, IMu. a|illd!li.w-ly 
* •. _ 

To La ('rosse Via Koiliester 

.T. C «iii-l>»i.«tJi: Ac C.'*». 

[Have stocked tho Road from Et. Faiil iu Kuchei 
iter (running vw Inver Crovp, !'.mplrei?ity. Can 
laon Falls, llader, Zumbrota, Pine Islaud aad Oro 
laoco), with Good Horses and ilr^t-cliiss Conoorf 
jMohes, and ruu as follov.-s, viz : 

Leave St. Paul at 4 oMock ^. m. 

Arrive at Itoohe»|er same eveuingnt 7 o'dlool 

L«ave Rochester at 4 o'clock, a.m. 

Arrive at St. Paul i^auie eveulug at 7 o'clock. 

Passengers goiug Ka»t by II. is lino,, leave .Sain' 
[Paul at 4 o'clock .\. v..; arrive ut Kochehter at '. 
[o'clock P. M.; leav.^ Rochester nt r o'clock A. v, 
|(next dB]r) and arrive at Winona in season fo). 
|Boat to l.a I'ro.HSe saiu.^ dav. 

Ootot^eraS. IRSt. ociil tf 

BOKUS? Ac O^UISH, 

iBaukers and KxcJiaiiue Dealers.! 

tK>Ul)RH.ll IJl.UCK, TIIIUD :il., 

ISAIN'L^ PAUL, MINIVI 



Oitt^ t!<'ac (><^t' duj o»i <k )|&0 natv, 
Tho«oiii«-' '• " flOO " 
Toil ' • .>;««(o •• 

•t» " " •• 4k|,Ou>» '• 

fl " '• " i^:».(»oo *• 

Notes ot ail the deuominaiiona naaie.i: will bej 
|,)romptly furnished upon ri.-.eipt of Hubsorip'.lon?,' 
Itnd the notes forwarded a. once. Tho interest 
|ta iJth .laue ne.xt will be: \ aid in advance Thisls! 

THE ONLY LOAI'ilH MARKET 

IS'ow bilert-d by the tifivcuiuenl, uiid it is conli- 
jJenlly oxpccled t!u«t its r(!p.^rlor atlvauteges wdlj! 
■aaake it tha 

[Greal Popular Loan of tlie People.! 

JjCfslhan ^.lOO,tK)0.i;Oo ft 1h.-> Loan authcrired; 
jfty the laat Conj;r«:.-H ari. now on tha iiiarV<'t. 
|Tbh amount, at the rate (d whicii it ia b.^i'ug al; 
iorbcu, wi:l be DuLtcril^cd for within ihd !■■..,; 
|tour mouths, wheu the uotcs will unUiubt 
)<Uy comu'und'u pri'miuu. , as Uan untloriniy i>eei){ 
the case on cUaiu.'r the subncriptlon^ to'oihci 
|r«aiis. 

in eider thrt cltiTeaaof every town and feu"] 
hion 01 ihe couut:y may be. afTorded luciliiics lot! 
jtaklu^ the loan, theNaii<>ual Uanks, htaleBaukt! 
lafid private linuki rs tliruughnut the r.-iuntr} 
jaavc gouuially agreeu to r>^ccive £abi!criptiou8 ai! 
jpar. ^>ubecrib<.'ra v.ill ue ect their own sgeuttf, ic 
[whom they have conlideiice, aud w ho only ate to! 
jberespoii!.iblo for thedelnery ol Ihe uuleH fot| 
(tvliicli they reeeJve ordeis. 

H(ibrcriptijn Ageui, Phiiaiielphia, 

SlfUnCRlI'llONTl Wll.T 111- l;l'.'f.lVFli bytli^| 

IPii-st Nationail^ankuiHl. Paul.l 

ANV> KV TU'.^ 

iSecoitii Naltoiin b'k of t^i.^aiii.i 

March -25, liTiS. ap7 :tmd&w 



LiWvr 

ue«ve9 filanombi. 
(..eave.s A uok.i, ...... 

t.ean*8 iiasca 

ArrUo .at l.li(i.ivex 

KVEKINQ 

C/saves St. Paul 

L.eaves&t.An^oaf 

Leaves Manonuo 

ivoavee Aaoka ^ 

%[<caved itiiHca 

y4.rrivoat KIk River 

t^KH1t*i KAHV, 
MOaNlNO. 

Leaves iJik Itiver 7:4i A. M 

l.esvaa It^iica 8:(ttA.M. 

Leaves A-JOka.... ,....8S8 a.m. 

I.ie4vo!]rdauomlB.. >....... \t:\OA.y., 

lveave.il>;.Authon7 V:4& A, ki, 

ATlvoatHt, Pbui 10 -'.:6 a.m. 

KVKmma, 

r«avej< r.'k Kiver S:8ip. a 

tieavcM Itasca — ; S:45 r. » 

i leaves Auoka t;!^-. >. 

iieavee Mauomtb 4:4S p. .m 

Loaves bt. Anthony 6:16 I*, u 

AnfiveatSl. Paul 6Mf.,> 

ffl TI K F.TJi must be purchased at the Station », 
[r^ ir an extra rate uiil be collected by tho Coii- 
iaotiir. 

UA1B.V rSiiKICiU'r YHAIXA. 



J <Olcg K.'.st . 
SUoUig WoA. 



A.M. 

. r. M. 



apisff 



r. U. IkELA^'O, Sup't. 



W-tsiiiNGTON, April 13.— The Rich- 
mond ir.^i£f, commenting on the addrc-s 
to the people of Virginia, says: " It is 
anderstood that this invitation has bitii 
fitit forth In pursuance of the plan of pro 
eeding assented to by President Lincoln 



l^reat body of the people of Virginia as 

be first steps t^warJs tbe reinstatement 

bf tbe Old Dominion in the Union. It is 



our regime lit. As far as the Captain'sB\t all events, it will be haijed by lh< 
)€ing here, y&u are correct; Lahrhas| 
inot been seen here. The only regimen 
.al Sutler is our old and much csteemecl 
jfriend, Capt. Mark Hendricks, vboi!-! 
dere doing his duty like " .i mat 
ind a brother." He has already be 
ome an universal favorite with ofHcer: 



^"!ie Worhru Washington special of to 

ightsay.'!: "It is said that as soon aji 

Jen. l.t'e dct'idcd to surrrender ho set tn" 

work to dcvi.se a pl.in by which sue'/ 

ictir!!i wonld result in peace. He pr/> 

(MMed to (icn. ftrant that if g(*ne»/tii 



agl 
I jold by all rcspootable deali'rs. 

DKMAS S. BAHNfc^S i CO., New N«rk. 



temi-i wirearantcd him. be would himsellMthoroughlv estopped by the t.'ourts. To gu 

^ . I J . ,1 „!.:.„ t„ ^„„_„_ Bagalnhi further iini>ositiou, I have procured fi 

t^ f» .lohnsfou and urge bim to surren-B,*;^ ^^, j. , ,.,.aaur> » private steel plate reve 
tier. (ten. (ir.int is understood to haveH euirp, which is placed over ilio top of each 1 

met these propos.al.. in the spirit which it|,'^>.-^,,*'^.?;C";Vlch t^/c Stt "^o«! 
was made, granted Lee even more "ber-Bj^jJT- 



(»cn. (ir.mt is understood to haveg en irp, which is placed over i lie top of each hot 
il terms than he suggested. It was finally 



ifexlcan Mustang Liniment. 

Tliv partios in St, I ouls aud I'incinnati. who] 
Ihave been oouuterfeitlug thu UustdJig lulnlment 
uiMlir pretense of proprietorship, h 

C'ughlv estopped by the t.'ourt 

unl further impusitiou, I have p 

U. S. Treasury a private steel p 

rp, which is placed over llio top 
Vach stamp b^ara the /iic Wwi 

- » snd witliout which the art'i 

"Jr , y ungerous aud wortliless Imitation. £x-l 
inUt^o '*>'^, bottle. This l.iniinont Ims been in 



Collections payable lu tlie City nsade tree oj 
JOSt. aud throughout the State free of charge be 
lyOBd actual oxpeuses incurred. Keuiittaooef 
Imade the d.»y alter collection at the lowest rat'- 
lofExchaaxe. 

Orders tor Land Warrants, Stale Warrants.l 
United .States Ucnd!<, ('ounty aud City Uondil 
promptly executed :vi tliu lowest rales. Cily,| 
County and .State Taxr lald. Statu und Uiil'.eol 
Status Coupoudjjaid ni vur Cuuuter. 
rii-eH : 



Id paid 'ii VI 
l<.»-tt'i 1- 



lave beeni 

gaaral 

froml 

auvl 



deci.kd that Gen. GFanf would proceedJ-^-«i^ :-»f,l-^^:- l'{Z 

I nree upon Mr. Lin-Hthat d 



o "Washington, and urge upon 
colli to stop all recruiting, and issue 

proclamation ol amnesty, oriu lieu there _^ 

of, make it known that he would deal inHsnes are he; 
ia a liberal mannor with the soldiers and| 
i^ople of the South. Jleantime, Gener 
at LcC would visit Johnston in person. 



iA.i' 



FROM RICHMOND. 



that doei. > It ci utaln evidence of its wonderful 
>tbcts. It ' •">• best emolienl in tee world. 
With 118 pre^? < • in^rced Ingredients, Its eifeci 
lason man and '■ .ii-are perfectly remarkaMo. 
30t*s are heaflid, j*i«*it roUeved, lives saved, val- 
oaUo aniifials made useful, aud untold ills as- 
siMWed. ]• or cuts, bruiswH, sprains, rheumatism. 
^vrollings, bites, cuts, caked breasts, strained 
'lorses, Ac, it is a sovereign reiuedv that should 
awer be dispensed with. It should be iu everj 
|£iiBlty. Sold by all Druggists. 

V. H. BAHNF..S A CO., New York. 



PrviiarlDg- lo C'om«> Rat-k-Clcariugrj 
Vp (he Ci*r-€'»l. niililffrea'a nc 
■tuina— T.rr ia llichniuiKl and VTante} 
•• ifo (o Eutopt The I'cai-« 44a i«~ 
tlanin Carop«<. 



Nj A York, April f.— Tbe Ucrald's 
Ricbmoiwl correspondent says the peo 
i)fe of Virginia, and the city of Rich 
iupnd in particular, appear at last to be 
fully satisfied with their experiment of a 
Southern Confedcrat^y, and are making 
irq^.irations for arciiirnof their State 



[probable that some ol the members of iheHtofts future loyal position in the Union 

li.cgislattire may decline to come. InBfnflijcntial citizens thcie are still engaged 

jrtvery such case the people of the county ,H,.ndeavoring to secure the best teriiis they 

jjr Senatorial distric: should select somcHcfn. The feeling of the Richmondistf 

[influential and intelligent citizen who ii-B^gainst .leiT. Davis and other leaders of 

Jwilliiig to take part ia this business andH he rebel government is represented as 

lind men. He came down with a part olB<.Qn,u,|'8gi-,n ],[fn as far as they can to rep ■baving become vers' bitter At least five 

esenttbein at the conference. ThevlewsHthousand of the white people of Rich- 
ind [lurposos of the members of the Leg 9niond are now entirely dependent on the 
i^atnre should be ascertained at once Igoverninent and Northern parties for 
Kvery one can foresee dilHculties in theHi,beir daily supply of food, and, but lor 
way of formal action iu the beginning Hfijete, would starve. Government odi- 
Several (complex qnestions are lo be mctBcers are iiow issuing rj,(i00 rations a day 
it the thresliold, but where there is aHco these destiinti" dnpes of secession, 
way, and, whatever the difficulties pre ■ 1 he work of i fearing up tbe city and 
sented, the important business must bcltaking po3se^^sion of mills, manufactures 
undertaken. , laf |hc rebel government and abandoned 

♦'The report concerning the health ofHproperty of all kinds, and putting them 
Mrs. Gen. Robert E. Lee is, we learn, gj^n proper order, is being vigorously pros- 



I he regiment direct; was the first in thtl 
[ield, and was elected, certainly by al 
large majority ; and if I am njt mistaken. 
uBanimously. I ask this correction in 
fairness to our old friend Mark 

The great camplaint is No Paymaster 
in officer who is sadly wanted with us 
us. Here we cannot arcertain where he 
is. Can you in the North inform us '^ 

Since our much esteemed Lieut. Col 
mel, L. L. Baxter, arrived the following 
regimental appointments have been made : 

Post Afljutant, Lieut. E. I> R. Ran- 
lall ; Regimental Quartermaster, Lieut 
Wm. Ccl'er; Regimental Adjutant 
Lieut. J. J. £gan ; Regimental Q. M 
:>ergeant. Sergeant Robert Whitaker; 
Regimental Sergeant Major, tJergeant 

K. Ii. Trowbridge. 

In conclusion I may say tbe St. Pan! 
Press is always welcomed by the boys. 
Yours ever, 
'•The Hadjie of many a L.^nh." 

The New York Commercial says 
"Rooms have been engaged atone of our 
lotels for General Robert E. Lee, and he 

s expected to an-ivs here either the 12lh, 

r 13th inataot 

— E. C. Spink, of Illinois, has been 
ippointed Secretary of Dakota Territory 
— Speaker Colfax, who arrived in 



entirely without foundation." 

CE.VEKAL OKPER NO. 29. 

HEAnu'RS Det'chm't of James, I 
Richmond, Va., April 11. J 

Protection is hereby extended to all 
churches and places ot public worchip. 

Religious services may be continued as 
in tinr^g of i.r it.iimd peace. This protec- 
'ion iir:.-c i>L>f, however, be perverted for 
he lilteriuicu iu any form ot worship of| 
irea«->n.''.ble sentiments or expressions. 
When thus perverted it will be withdrawn 
In all churches where prayers have been 
beretofore oflered for the so-called Presi-] 
dent of the Confederate authorities, a 
timilar mark of respect is hereby order- 
ed to be paid to the President of tbe 
United States. 
By command of Maj. Ocn. Wcitiiel. 

L. U. WHEELER, A. A. O. 

We learned yesterday upon what we| 
consider to be gn" 1 authority, that Gen 
Wm. H. F. T'< has mt been killed a^ 
reported 
is un'.i'.; i- 



VTashington recently, was informed hi 
The skirmish lines are very close tcB'''® President that it was probable no ex 
the enemy's works, in some places withir 



IS 



kepi 



fifty yarda, and an incessant tire 
up night and day. 

Gunboats are sbwly making their wa) 
up tbe bay, removing obstructions in tht 
channel «• they advance. The firing jusi 
opened in that direction, indicates thi 



ra session would be called this summer.! 
He will accordingly start for Californiaj 
y overland loute on tha tenth of next 
lOnth. 



Cuted under the direclion of Gen. Shep 
ley, and for the necessary labor which 
this involves, a large number of negroe- 
lafe employed. The amount of property 
thus secured to the fiovernment is enor- 
mous. Much secreted property has been 
found in the dwellings of citizens, includ 
ing. it IS said, vast tjuantities of articles 
[sent from friends in the North to adinin- 
iister to the wants of imprisoned Union 
soldiers 

1 he remains of Col. Dahlgrcn have 
been discovered near Richmond, cxhum- 
lid and sent to Wa.shington. 

It IS rumored in Richmond th;it Gene 
ral Lee arrived there on Monday, an 1 

roceedcd quietly to bis residence 

Sheridan's prisoners captured previons 
ro Lee's surrender are on their way to 
pity Point. 

The New York Time.i' City Point spe 

iai says : '* Lee has expressed a desire 

rebel b-'ecretary of the TieaBniy, and h- 

11..S family here learn that heBcr loading rebel officials are being brougb- 

ito light since the collapse ol tbe rebel- 
lion. It is said that 'I'rcnboltn, with a 
quartermaster, owned th'! controlling in 
tereStln a large numWr of bloeka<l<?-rnn- 

oers, by which they had ama.'tsed immense 
(ortanes, which have been deposited in 



la&QAirs MAQNOLIA BAI.M. 

Tlii.i Is the most delightful aud extraordinary 

LrUcie evt«r diecovered. It changes the sun-burnt 

Ifaee and hands to a penrly satin texture of nv 

|;!vhi:ig b?auty, iniparting tl-.e marble purity ol 

IVOtlth, and the Uistnt</ue appearance so inviting 

'n the city tiello of fashion. It removes tan 

freoVl.'s, t>impie<< and rougliness from the skin 

leaving the complexiun trenh, traiit'riarent and 

^mooih. It containa no material iulurlous totht 

.ikin. I'atrooized bv Actresses and Upera tiing. 

An, It IS what every lady should liavo. Bole' 

livery where. Prepared by 

W. K. nA.liAN,Troy, N. Y. 
Addreg.^ all orders to 

Di<'.MAS S. BARNES k CO., New T 
ttv'i'i d&weow-lywes'y _ ork. 

A Single Box of Braudrctli's Pilla 

contains more vegetable extractive matter than 
twenty boxrs of any Pills in the world tx^aide.s; 
ttlty-fivc hundred physicians use thom In theii 
practice to the exclusion of oiher purgatives 
The liist letter of tlieir value ia yet s.-aroely ap 
ureciatPd. When they ar? better known auddcn 
death aud continued sicknc.«s will be of the past 
L«t thost! who know thorn speak right out In 
iheir favor. It is a dutv wliich will .save life. 

Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated 
bile at this sea.son, and it is a^ dangerous ait it U 
prevaleut ; but Brandreth's Pills afford an luval- 
aable and etOcient prutectiou. By their occasion 
al u.^e we prevent the collection of those impuri 
ties, which, Mhen lu !iut1icient quantities, cause 
so much dinger to the body's health. They soon 
care liver complaint, dy3pep.<4ia, lo.is of appetite, 
pain in the head, heart-burn, pain in the breaat- 
bone, sudden faintuess and costlveness. Sold bv 
all respectable dealers in medicines, 

apl5-diwlm. 



Oollner, Potter & Co., 

New York. 
Klisam lt.Co.,H. V. 
Uoche Bros. &. Coituy, 

New York. 
Orexel * Co, Philadel- 

ijhia. 
Rxciiange Bank. Howt'u 
'Spencer, Vila it Co., 

Boston. 
Brown, i^iiip'ey &. Co., 

Liverpool. 



.lohu^tou Bros. acCo. 

l:alttmoro. 
Kutter, J ndicotttCo. 

Chicago. 
Hank of (ialeiia,i::tlen:i 
A-iien. CuppJt Nesbitt 

St. Louis. 
Statw Ha\'1ng3 Assoeia | 

tiou.bt. I/Ouls. 
Vranz lltli. Kchlutcr i| 

Sohii, Hamburg. 
A. Marcuard & Co 

Paris. 

feblrt-ly 



A vcnoiv— sATunujav MortNiNU.g 

"^ ALFRED MO'JllK, opposite the Post oilioe.| 
will sell at aaction Bedsteads, ^Voodeu Chalr^ 
Lounges, Mattre>Sr'.<, Crocks, t'arpei:', io. Alto] 
two good Maies and one Uorae. 

Bale at ten o'clock. 



NBW PERFUME 

FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. 

m m ^W» m » i 

.^QOWjITo 



Washington llenis. 

A A\ asbington despatch of the 1'2t] 
inst. says 

Much .Mpeculation has been excited byBRarope. It ifi also umlerstooil that Jefl 

the ..peech of the President last uigbt. ItaDavis' wa.s Hinkilarlyinterected. These 

is g» i.erally approved, but there is aiiBfacts are arousing a storm of indignation 

lactive and intluential minority of the rad-B:igainst these men pu ihe part of their de- 

The passes gi-anted by Gen. Lee toHical Republicans who are disposed to re Rluded and snll'ering followers, who have 

\lessrs Hunter Letcher and other reb ■*»** the settlement of existinf; difBcultiesHbeen victimized by the iminen.se prices 

Is of Virginia, \o attend the meeting of|"Prr^'^*"'>;?^"'^''''''^^,^-^.*''''rr'^^^^^ •^""■'' '" *"P 

_ K I T • 1 K T 1 r< ■and General Grant. They insist that the 

Monitora are engaging the water batteriehB°®**'"°*l l-^g'^'^t^r* o.v •'"•Ige Camp.Bpoiitj^.ai ^n.! military • leaders of the re-Bof which a large portion went into the 
below tbe Fort. ■bell, have been revoked by tbe Peebi.leut.Bbellion shall be severely punished, audKpsckets of these leaders. 

Ihave just learned that Chaplin Her ■Gen. Weitael, who installed it, acted inyl><^ '"'^''"^'''""•^ ^''*'** ^"^J^^***^ *o ** P""^*! —7-7-— "♦-;-•-•-► 

rick of the oth has forwarded a list of cas-lti^niatter by and with tbe consent of Mr B'''"!"'*'-^ ^'*'"'^^^^ *° 

ualtiea which renders the publication ol|rjj.coln 
those I aend unneceaaary. ■L<m h - - -n - 

Tours, &c B I — On the ISth inst., Mr. John L. Sa-Vapeedy and linal. upon the eaoiest poaai-lDuke de Moruy, ho wrote as follows to' 

' " ipps, one of tbe proprietors of the Chi-l^l« terms, will, it is beHeved, sustain thelthe eldest son of the Duke • " M^ .ii.,» 




A lTlo«l Rsqiiiaite, Vrlirnle niiil Frn> 
Craiil I'ei't'uiMC, Distillrd IVoiu Ibc 
Rare iiiitl Benuliful Flower fraiu 
witii'ti it InkrN ilK iinnip. 
M lu.iractured only by PH.\ LOW Sr HON. 

Ph^' Beware of Counterfeits. 

hold by dru/L'lals gcaerally. 

aDSdAw.)iB.«ii. 



FLAK TULVLLS. 

Tiie i>niou Kia.x Mills Coiiipany. 

OF> CUiCAtip, ILL., 

ftieiaanafacturiDg and desire to exrend the usool 

rnipi'oved I'lax-c 'leanin 

AND 

I 
FUX-SEEO THRESmNG MACHINES. 

Several of these Klax-tJleanlug Machines have 
utly b.'en put iu operation in. Flax Mills in 
tliit region, and uni' of them may be seeu run 
olng in this city, which, driven by twtuty-horst 
motive power, aiid atended by Hve nien, pro 
JttGcs at one ojK-rjtluii, irom goixl dew-rotlt d 
dajc straw, a superior <|uality of clean, long and 
open Fiax Tow at thi- avi-rage rate of 1 ', tons oi 
row per day. 

For this Tow Uierr Is a large demand at thi 
i£ut lor iplniiiug purposes— the present r<>iiuire 
OOAQt being from M to ?.'> tous daily, aud the de 
(Daad rapidly Increasing. 

For the purpose of develoi>iiig the butiueae eg 
labhshed by our machinery, aud the demand loi 
its product we projKisi' to co-operate with locn! 
:a^tali8ts at det,irabh> points for growing FIbn 
uHie Northwest, on the busiueiis t>a.-<is ol an 

qual division of uet protlts. 

Tfie plan cf the proposed cooperaiion, In gen 
Braji terms. If as follows, vli- AVe furuiili lot 
aM «i)d let np doe of our Fiax-I laining Ma' 
chines in the !■ lax Mill provided by theco operat 
ing party, and also furnish a i.kllllul hund to in 
struct in running thu .Mill aud keeping the ma-! 
ohiaery in order, giving f.Mo the benefit r>f our 
loof experiencA In tlie tlaK ibminesfl, and offer- 
ioK ipedal advantaged iu aiarkcting the prodaot 
of the mill, We uNo propose to furnifh, for the 
use oi each Fax AUll, a. A, ( lemeni-' Kiax-&ced 
rhreehing Uachiues, both for rrmoviag aeedand 
spad ends from llix straw touod and kepi 
straight, and for removing seed from taugled 
straw, each niacWtif* rcmoviiVr and crli=hing 
the seed. bolls, ready for wiuliowing the Se.!(i. 

Th«« local cooperjtltig' |>flrty *lll provider 
I'irnt,^ Klax Mill, building and twenty>)tor«i 
TiotiTe power, with shaftiug, f.c, lor conveying^ 
the power to the t'tan c|eauiii« .Mitchiiie. Seconct^ 
two Flax Uarnr., each of capacity lo store ;^Utoustj 
of Flax Klraw. I'lii^il, ample grounds in th^ vi- 
Clatty of the Flax Mill lor Has. Icarus aud for 
stacking Flax straw. Fourth, hay scale, platform 
icale, power balinp pri**!.^ shd iinpIemeiHts forth' 
Flax Mill, yifth, abont l,r.(X) tins, orthe product 
of about 2,000 acres, of f,ohA dew rotted Flax 
straw Minualty. Si.nh, labor and teams for opei^ 
atiDg the FloA MilU 
The CO operating parly can lualce, a.- hi,'! .-hnre, 
al ■ 



?lie Ninth I^ ational Bank! 

<JF Ml H CI I vol KLW \ OliK. 

k;Ai*i'rAi., i{ii.<ioi>,ooo i>A9» i.'V 

Ikiscal agent of 1 ue ujirrED statks 

I^WD SrECI.il. AOKST J-OE J.\Y COOKE, SlB-] 
SCUIVTIO.H AGI'AT, 

|Wlll«l*llv«T*-.-lO H «•««•« fi-«««i ofrburtr*- 

jby express, iu oil part.- 01 the country, and re- 
|c«lvo in payment checl:son N'o.w Yoik. J'hila 
Idelphia and Uceton, current bill;', and all live \^^\\ 
■cent, interest notes, with Interest to date of sub-f 
Esorlptiou. Crders siut 'jv innil will be proiiiptljF 
ItlUed. Thi.-! liau'k receives the accounts ot llank.'r 
l4,ad l!auk>>rs on itiveiabic leiiiis; also of individ ! 
■uals Uei ping Ni w York ici^ouiit-'. 

J.T. Hll.l. Cardiier. .1. U. OliVIS, rres'l. 



MERCHAHTii' DISPATCH. 

IPAST FJiiilUlIT USE 



We wonld afrulu cjII the attenti.in of Mer-I 
Ichauts to tlie iuduciMueiils oll'ered by this Well.| 
jknowa t^oinpauy i^r th i 

?ransportatit»n of PreiRliij 



Hew Roiiie East and Souih 

VIA 

PRoclie.stor and Wiuoua and St. Peter 

A rasseupiT train leaves Uochester daily al 7 ; 
!:io A, M , arriving st H Inoua at 5 o'clock, e. k , 
[ooaiiectiD^; with Ihi^ 

ATiunesota StageCo.'s Line 

[for lat-rojr.j. " 

Betaruiiitr, Uaves Wiconaet 6iO p. m,, arrlr- 
jiagal Uu.'.'hc.<tt'i at lu e, m 

Pa(.'eU(;crs by thin route atop over muXA at 
Itochester and laake llie same time to and froia 
■■>t..l'u!;l as by llie Kiver Kout.:, 

I For Ticket.^ apply to the Minnesola Utaca 
[CaBpatiy'sOUice. 

:declMf »u|MrlBt«Ba«nt. 

PKKfeiOt Ua » kMaUH S'T. PACE. AX U 
. , IWClllC ItAII.UOAU, 

Ij.tsf. UKe'T, M.U.K A>n bnAKi it 1 is. as, > 

ar. I'.viTL, Sept.16, IsCI. \ 

All p"rro&8 claimiuglaiul at Uovernmont price 
who reside iu the 'lowu^hips named below, are 
U*-ri'by uotitiod that the L'ompany has acquired 
Lbe iee to Ihe Kailrcad lands located iu taid 
VownshipK, and they are hereby required to make 
proof of their right tu the lauds occupied by 
|ihem, aud ir.sKe ika)me.ut tb.-rtior according ij 
jthe ltiv.> r.'gu.aliiig ilie saue. 

Haajie. 

r0Wtt« 81 , S'.!, 1!80 21 

iy>«iis 31, :w, xi,i-Jo i(> 

Tuv.nstJi, ;«, :::\, ;u, iii>, vn) '4.4 

Vo«>us :ii . U2, 3:1, 34, >&, lis, iitf, m, and Seo 

tl..us I, t, aud ;, of Town 11'. i4 

86C1IOU8 I,. 1,6, ■.',». U, IS. 17, of Town 117 a» 

And Vkbole towns 1 18, IIV, V-'U, 121, 32, 33, 34. 

S.-. .2S 

Sections I, 3, f., 7, », 11, 13, 15, 17, Ot ToWD 

Ur 20 

jAOIlons 1, 11, 13, -a. -itt, 36, Of Down Us H 

Jeotions 1, ii, I.i,-.!;i, -ib, 33,of Towu lltt ii 

vVllote iowus l-'j, iat,33, .14, 35 •» 

sections 1,3, i, 7, S>, 11, 13, 14, 17, IU, ai, 'H, 01 

Town 117 ?7 

>Thu!e low us l:.;0, 1i!l 1(7 

UtX). I.. BECKKK, 

seplA-tf Land Commissionar. 



KE - OPENING 

OF THK 

C^ K E A. T 

iCENTRAL ROUTE 

|No Passports Required ! 

ON Al-iU AFTER SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 

)!S«f5, f assenger Trains via the 

liHirilKiAN CENTRAL R.R. 

Mill leave Chicago at 

O UO M. m. (''iundays excepted. 1 New Tork 
Slid 1Sli.»1ou FxpteMi. 

3 (IU |>. ui. (^aturda>s exceptPd,^ New York 

uud Huston Kxpresp. 
lO.OW p. IU. (^aturda) sand Sundays except- 
fd,. I New York aud boston Ex. 

illKlKO I'lkk.' T COSNSCriO.NS i.OR 



fEW YORK & BDSTONlAll Points in New York, 

New England, 



TO TMIU ■W^JK^T. 

Sunning Thoir Own Oars 

over the em Ira totite, and 



A.M) 'IIIK 



IC A. TSi A. J> ^ « 



C^ Passengers caii rest assured thai 
thae will he no further trouble in getting 
ai\mG TJIICIIS {\yf^^ k^VM'nW^^' '^ thr.uyh Canada. 



.'Vt at^poiuis 01 trHn?-sliiptB.^»v, tKcy are euabtevj 

To ^Knlce 1 SeK.or 'Jt ime 

t!idu any conipeiing route, 



lAU Restrictions have been Removed 

Duriug the temporary tu.-pension of through 

raiic, the Aticliigau Ontral have plsced their 

Irtutivepow.'r, cars, track, ac , iu the most p'r- 

kect repair, and ar.' now prepared to give prompt 

,ime and ..uprii.ir ticconiiiioaatious. Thanklug 

he tmvoliug public lor liberal patronage In for- 

liner times, we would respecifully ask then lo 



Whiie their Rates are Always as Lov^|'«**'''^> "^, aud we promise p,.rfect^a.isfactio. 

Fare as Low as that of Other Lines. 



A l/li-R A.I \u l.f NK 



CAX OKI UK. 



It it a miitak^n itlfa that this f.'ompany !• ai 

Es'press" t'l.iiipaijv, charging " Kxpress'A 
rates. l:y a compurisi.n of their printed tariils I 
twill bif Seen that their lates are i/ic- aawt as lhi| 
'Oguhr I{ail Boad.". 

O 1*0 O IT. 1* « 



For t ,'irou^h TicUwts and inlormaiion apply at 
he Company's oflice in Tremont Mouse Block, 
ludal me l>epo. foot of Lake street, Chicago. 
■ lacKUV <'. ««E.%T WORTH, 

Ueaeritl Western Pasienger Agent. 

melt is 



AMU 

I Blank Book Manufactory. 



ta»einbOcee«stuloperatlon1helargertBlid man 
A>l^ltte llludcry in Minaesota, eiubracta^ th* 
at^taudmieliiiiprovedmacl.iu.ry. Kmpioyiug 
ml> ct'uipeteut and careful vvoikmeu.acduting 
'jel>eett«aterittl, thtyhope to caatinoeto gtva 
atleiactionio all. 



|VV^IU tiud It the best roile by which to skip tbeii 

FlKsiT &. SK.COND ( LAF.S «<)OL>a, saving 

both tlDie and wi^t-g" ari.-'ing from 

improj.er haudli.ig, an auDoyance 

which i^' no tp:nll item to 

busim.5.-* men, 

AU (■rer-chargcs ami claims df tftni kin I ar. 

Settled on prcxeniMiow al e.ur ofTice, thus wvin.tfffj 

lllerohants tho trouble aud delay of a '■•''^t''"''n«' ■?|j^jj;j)yj,;n3_ u^V BOOKS, JuL'RNALS, COM 
[■.o'Eaiitern Agents, who are proverbiady diiati.jj ' • ' 

-y, Ii' they eveu rei-pond at jll I 



PAPF.R Ktn.En iT<) ORDKR, 

AND 10 ANT PAIXKBH, 



MKKtllAl. AND COUNTY BOOKS, AN U 



'J'uK Grkat Eniii.t.W RitMKtY. — Snil 

iJAMKsCi.AKKK'sCKT.K.nr.ATKn Female PiLr-sl 

Prtpared from a }>re-<cripHon of .Sir .f. Clarkel 

if, /'.. /'hpsiciiiH Hxtra'^riiiDnrn tothe (^uefil. I 

This Inraluablo medicine is unfailing in tliff 

„ _.ur« of all those paiulul ami dangerous disease/ 

their status and riglus in the Uoion. Tb^Sthe Prilloe Imperial (.-iavs the UrandJovrmta which the leinaie oousiitution is aubjHct. It 

|<Jesire of the people- (or a settleraent.fnai of PtViis) heard ot the JeatL of thej™*^«"^^^'j='^»^' '^^'"'''^ ""'* removes all obstruc 



uet, annual proitts of from two lo three hinmre. 

rjr ceut. on his pernuiuent iuvestmeut ol about 
10,000 required lora Mux .Mill.' 
Parties proposing tr> start Klax Mills shoiiM 
make immediate ari-aiigemcuts for putting in 
i>arlv this epring, the iiecessiiry crop, by :udiiM 
the farmers In the vMeiiiitvof tin- proro'cd Plax 
4UIJ.0 get aeed,»na by c«utra«iuK with them flu 
2,00) acre:, of KlaXiVdWii at the rate ol 1 '., bubli- 
bI»To an acn>. "' " ^_ 

Wfc hww in^e arrangei»M»i»t» with l.iB^eedOd m^ 
an. r, i.ii.-rs, bv whiebco-oi^eratintPirtlesCinr f i 
.1 V ^,l■a loaned by thenr.'* • [^ 

■ I r.'pured to give further and full infor- 
rilativeto ttw rra* luiinet^.'^ and « 111 



11. t 



rculars to those requesting lliem; and i 
« il fl 1. exhibit one oWlunnachiires ranning iii| 



A RwvAi. Bov'rtLKirKK. -As noon as! 



' My dearS 



— It coita near » peck of money to go 
o f a big dronk in Richmond. Wluakeii 
M $400 a gallon there. 



__ _ speedy cure may be relied on. 

To Harrleu I..adles it is peculiarly suited. I^ 
~U, In a short time, bring on tho monthly perio 
th regnlaHty. 



[iS.e . Il ) , and refer lo the parlies u«lng them ul«e 

.IAS. d. \\ AJ-WOttfH, fre-H't. 
8. A. ('LKMEMS, tien'lSup'l. 

49-0ffice,225 Lake street, Chlcaiofclll, 

' • apl dim 



MKltCHA^lVTS 

iWIUd'i well to cill at >iihAroi our fc astern alii j 
.)va liefore uiaklux contracts elsewhere. . 

Bnlfhlo, N. V. 

a. M. i.aviixoNTOif, Jfr'fnf,' 

1\. Murriy St., N. V. 
«. U.K. ■■>»!:>«, ytfcnf 

7i U'a!)hington Street, 
Bcston, Uass. 



laiiANK HOOKS OP EVERY KIND. 

■ MAi.K IN THR BEST MAMNKR. 

k >ld l^oote« Ke-13oiina 

UAUAZIi^ttS^ l'BHlOl»WAi.H, 

M ITSIC, Ace, &o.,J 

Bound iu Any Style Dosired, 



J. C. &H. C. BIIRBANK&CO. 

AGnvrs, .SAtWT Paiti., Mian. ' ] 
mchtO-.Tm . . , 



OH AAI.K. 



st*2am: 

ISOOX AND JOB PRINTING. 

it order to ke.»p pape with their rapidly Incsctas 
lugbu«tne«s arB oonfitantly exteiding thelrta' 
J?llltiesfor Book and Job Prln'.ing. They hare 
Jrecently introduced" titeam liito their estallltli 
jfoftlt , and pin up another of 



•70 'Prdmne and Post Master of Chieai^"^'*^*"* '° '^® P^^'^^ foreshadowed inlCliarlot— I am greatly afflicted at the lo8i«"Bioh°bottie', price One Dollar, bears the Got- 
,go lYUmtu antt rose master ol ^^luca^j^^ speech. febicb yo" have just sustained. When liymment stamp o^f Qreatiirltmn.toprev«mtoo».-| 

go, disposed of his entire interest in thatB a row occurred to-day at one of thelara grown tip I wUl be to job wbat ^yW^'^l^TlOV.-Thest PiUsih^utdnot betakeni 
ibUtthmeat. ^Government corrals, betcveeasookeUnionltather has been to >'0«rt.'' ' ^femaUtiittriugtfteFiHiitTauxxMOiiTB^ 



Of «rery 4«8<ir^tian for Haoordt^ or Ad 




AT TH« f.-UMIBKR YAUU OV 

^. B. BASSKTTfcCO« 



Oct. 16. 1W^4. 



k'lUDeapoii'.i, Min. 

t may \T\ ' 



LEOW«Ri> dk Miiirikta:. nuiid«r«.- 
iihopiiioldBuptisi Chnroh Building on Fifth! 
street, near Jackson. All kluds of Carpenter^ 
work done to order. 

MDIIEIUK, Ji^bUrrt.— f)mre Inth 
• same building i is I>oonard & gheire's Car 
(enter .Shop, on l^ih street, near JarJisuu. Oe-I 
ign*i. Plans and specifl »tions for buildings of**-| 
~<iosoription, prepared on short notipe, dL'CSyll 



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2,5(M) (;Ei)AR Fh:N<:fc: P()smi{{oKs urge cylinder presses. 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 

BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, BRIEF3, 

JBliOKS, PUOQKAIIMES, BILLHEADS 



4 



m.ANKii, BILLS OF LADING. 

* CIECULABS, 
' And erory otiMr deaorHitloa of 
\£LAi.\ ASDORMAtatNTAL \PMUlTIir9 ^ 
At moderate rates and at skort [aollea, — 



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Actia; A»«Isiant P. 31. Cien.'a Offit.«, ^ | 
St. Paul, April n, l*». !> 1 



SEALED PROPOSALS 



In dupUcmte, wtll It reo«lv^ at this offlee nntl 



12 OVlock M., 



Wpdnpsday, April m\i ISGoJ 



For th» dcUvpry of ih^ following article!! of 



f abitl ^ " law. &e. 

COE'S DISPEPSIA C:URE I 

COK'S DY&l'Wr.SIA CURKI 
CURKS DVSl'KrsiA WIl IIOUT FAIL! 

CLkKti NAUt^^hA AT hlOUACllI 

CUafcS CUAMPS AND COLIC FAINS I 

JCUKES CUUKKKA MORMUS KVKKVTIMK 

AS YOL 



TBJC BAiss-r PAXfL PAILY PBBBB. WEPKE8DAY. APBIL 19. 1868. 



TAKK 



AS SVRK 
IT I 



ICUKKl HKAlClBfK.N AND UKADACHEI 

iRKcitLAItjJ AXU T0NE4) IHK STOMACH ij 

lit a tovert-igh reroedv for all di.'OMMs of the 
SlUMACU iind BO .VKLS. 

Jores Fever anJ Ague— !<>t tho^e alUictea witil 
th* malady tiy It I 



Ihi $^kt fata f im.| ^^^^^'^ pmonm. 



IS04. 



■UBLUUkUDAILT, TBI-WXKKLT AHD WCKKLT 

Offioe^-- .A.djoixiins the Sridflce. 



»•*•»•:— l)AfLY t>fttS8— By mall, fllj 
por aunum,ortl.OOp«r month, i»varuMyin 

Vance, 

TKI-WKEKLY PRMS-$r per annum; 93 
for MX inoDthi* ; $1.75 for three months ; 60g. foi 
one month. 

WKKKLY PRESS— One oopy, on* year 

jix moiitli<i, $1.25; club« of four copies, one 
i9.W; ilubnol ten copii's, otiH y«ar, $20,00; club^ 
of tweuty copies, one year, $40.00. 



|Oart>g lui'tantaufoa^ly— aud youdo not have tc| 
wait a week to *et' ita ulTwct 1 

la the (tn'atMtttprwtizerevcrknown— It not'onI)| 

created thf apiutitf, but < uables ^ou lo. 
easily Jigedt your looJ. 

COK'S DlSi'EFSIA CL'KEI 

|b recommL-ndeJ t.>y ail tao leaUiug I'liyiiiciane I 

COK'S DYSi'r.PSIA CUKE I 



if* an luraluabtti 
b.litateil, aud 



friend to all who are weak, de | 
na low ctate »( uonual actiuu. 



COE':J DYSPEPSIA CURE I 



HTATIOJVEK^' 



JV'V THIS C^KiTlcm, 



|T3 warrautt-d to do ail we have claiuied for it I 
|aud uewUl turni.-'h you c.rlilicutt^ii of our t>e«i| 
Icltizeuii and clerf;}men to back up our statemenil 



FACETI.C, 

Si:.Nsiui.E TO THE Last.— A l»dy whol 
Ibad something of a Baccbaiuilian spouse, | 
|rcsolved to frighten him into teinper-| 
ince. She therefore engaged a watch- 
lan, for a stipulated reward, to carryl 
jThiUnder to the watch bouke, while yetf 
|in a state of insensibility, and to fright-f 
in him a little when he recovered." Ii 
Joiisequencc of this arrangement he woke 
lup at 1 1 o'clock, and found himself on| 
Ihi.s elHow. Ue looked around until his 
iye rested on a man silting by a stove 
lind smoking a cigar. 

•Where am I? " asked Philander. 
•In a medical college," answered the 
;igar smoker. 
"What a doing there ? " 
"Going to be cut up." 
"Cut up ! How comes that ? " 



CX)OLEY, CARVER & CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 

IMPORTERS AND DEAIjEES ITNI 

«^,teS™k^j::rMS^PS|«"o and domestic liquors, wines I w^ 

: clubStand. Mosbv. f)iil<] Raaaoi. Cn^^it ^^aM OXG}- \.KS JirC^ Xrf^ B '* 

Jackson Street, bet^vreen IJevee and Tliird, 



JLee Aiurreuden )I4,000. 

♦ — ■ — 

it'8 Whole Captures 80,000.| 

Jom the Chicago Tritnine, 
Lee, Longstreet, Ewell, Heth, Pickett.l 



jnyteuliVg^ts, M§tiv0lmmMl§mp$,&c. 



FThij 



If 



CUE'S DYSPEPSIA CUKE! 



raonihJy, a.'< may he re^^uiredS 
Kit.' 
Oil 



Insochquaniitiej 
lor u-"P. 

lUank form.4 for Proposals atia Coutroctd 
bo tarnijihed by tlii.t oiiise. 

S.'Oariiv will !,■ r..|uirfd for performance 
louiraot. 

Bid^ Itoia didlo)al person!) w il nol b** cansid- 
crtd. 

.Sarii|.|eH cfarti.-l.'i to ai'JO)nv>Hiiv Proj.o>3N. 

Thrt undersigneti resfervea the rieht to reject 
an> or^uU l>id.-t not dt-fined «ati«ftclury. 

All Ooutract' arf subjtct lo Ui.j approval o> tlu 
Provc^t Marshal u^u^ral. 

Paynieui will in- made monthly lor articles fur 

Ot^hi-d. 

I't Reams Cap Paper. 

-> KeaiO~ L.'t'.'r P:l,)el|, 
'. Kianir. 1 olio Po-t. 
irooo Envelopes, I 'iticial 
4i("0 Envelopo.-i, 1 .-tier. 
" Keamr) rtn elope Paper. 
■•'"• Ouari- Hi;u-k Inw. 
• I BottU-a Ked IdL. 
r (Quarts Muciiage, 
■-' Letter Uook>. 
VJ Gro:i« St.el ren-i, 
3-.i Piece < Ked Tape, i 
li". Do.-en Lead IVnJiU, 
."w. Quires Blank Bock:<. 
■io ^heet<4 Uloti.ntr Paper. 
-t Pounds St-alniK W *x. 
1 Do^i'n Blue PenciU. 
1 Lozou Carmine Pencils, 
•i Do^.^n Penholdtrj. 
b Oo/.'n EU tic Bandi. 

JNO, T. AVERILL, 
Col.f.th Minn. Vols., 
A. A. P. M. tJ., aud 
Pup*! Vol. Reciuiilug Servic 
apWdllt 



lis lndi«peneiable to the porfmaiitean of ever^l 
|traveler, as it at once preventu dizzinegg or sea'-l 
B^ijt'ss. «-ithtT in fteauuTs orcarst, aud is a nev- 
-lailing prevective of dan^r from chauge otl 
|water aud climato. Do not do without it. 



Ci)E'S DYM'EPalA CUKE I 



|Do«-s not exhillmte and oxclin the patient aof) 
fert-r, like aloolioiic Bitters aud tMverages, all ad [ 
fert-A<-d to curedypi<rp«iia, but it is a medicintl 

|(DoHt wuu(J<-rfull) aUiipied lo all dUeaito* ol th<| 

itiMti.tlh Ikjitl bour'is. 



li... 



toirs DVSl'El'MA CUKEI 

I relieve distreHit from food, or purily a houi 
:ia< ti, lu U-4d liuie thau it takea to niNle thi» 



"WTiy, you died yesterday while dru: 
and we have bought your carcass, any 
how, from your wife, who had a right 
ell it, for ltd all the good she couW ever] 
^ake out of you. If you are not dead, 
it'n no fault of the doctors, and they will 
cut you up, dead or alive." 

"You will do it, eh? " asked tha old 
Isot. 

'To be stare we will— now— immedi- 
ately," was the resolute answer. 

"Well— look «' here, can't yoa le ^^ ,^^^^^^^, 
us have something to drink before youimost constantly 



COF/S D\SPKPSIA CUKE I 



PROPOSALS FOR WOOD. 



Ilf ' no e-^ual in th« world ax a remedial agent 
1 1 > . i-e ID nut a preparation now kuown that in a»| 
iiiiiu, *p?i-dv aud iutiillible iu it:! aetion-re 
.iii.> mt; and curiui^afcouce. We fay tliiti, post- 
Irh.'iy- 

COE'S D\SPEPSIA CUKE I 

|f« prepared by the origiual of thejustlv cwlebrat 

Sed Coe'i I ous^li Hal-Hih. Mr. » of haa ueit-r pre 
Ipart'd a mtdiciuul srii. ie for public and geuerai 
Base, but Hbat had stood the ttroutsest leatri. anal 
jtjaa alna>d br.rne the palm oi vietorv over .-vrtr)! 
I'liseurte ii Ux-t b.i-u ivi tilled I., luie. 



. Sold bv druggists everywhere! 
iSoti:.', 



jSolit tty DruggiHis 10vei'y"whei"e.| 

C, U. CLAKK a CO., Proprietor*, 
Acw llaveu.Conn, 

l.OKD A SMITH, Ceneral Western Agents, 

•.:{ Late street , Chicago, [llinoin. 
w ft th myl»-ly 



OrFICKCHIHF OrQUARTKBMASTKR, 
Dl«i'KI 1 OK .Ml.SSE.soTA, 

Saint Paul, Minnesota, April 7, 18£5. 



Sealed f-'T'opjosjals 



Is dBpllcate will be received at chid office until] 



12 o'clock. M., 



SWAIN'S 
SWAIN'S 
SWAIN'S 



BOURBON 
BOURBON 
BOURBON 



BITTERS. 
BITTERS. 
BiTTERS. 



JA healthy tonic, goutle stimulant and unegnalled| 
I moraiug appetizer. Pre}.ared iu ripe old Bour 
^Dou. Being now used to the exclusion of all| 
•other Bitters lu more than ttfty United State- 
lArmy tlcspitaU, and millions of private fuini 
|lles,and ij t!ieonly pop»i:ir medicine which lia, I 
|t»eeneHpec:al!y i:.\kmi'ti--.i> ynoM stamp t.\x bjl 
Ithe Unft4>d State;* goveruinent, on the ground oi! 
■its having l-een adopted aj: a standard itKiiKiiif 
Iby the meJical profession. 



I i Thursday April 20th, 1865,1 swain's bourbon bitters. 



For the delivery of 



1,000 CORDS OF wood! 



Ihey are t,ia.d" ol in,<redionis well knowrl 
jand approved by the niedioal profession, as hav-f 
ing powerful tonic properties, are both palatabU 
And pleasant, with sulhcient strengthening prol 
pertfes to correct the bilious derangement of tbfl 
4y8tem, and act like a charm when taken accord-l 
ing to direction, as a roraedvfor the followinsl 
[diseases: — Indigestiou, D>spep3ia, Jaundice { 
tilver Affections, Lo-»s of Appctita, Lowuee^' olfc 
Spirit, Sallow Conipl'-xioii, 



A-T 



FORT SNELLINa, MINN.J 



art the JPo«t WooU-Yard,) 



In snch qaantitiea, monlhlj', as may be require 
tor use. 

All wood must be ol tho bast .juallty ol mer 
chantabie dr> wood, free from swill or crooked| 
limbs, and to b<' f ubject to inspection. 

Bids mu''t h3\ e a prluted copy ol this ad.j 
vertiffemwat, and a written guarantee cf the foriii| 
given Lelow, attached to eaoh; the guarantee tc 
be signed by two responsible persons, whosel 
reiponsibdity must b^ ifouched lor by thel 
certlflcate of th.- Clerk oi" the nearest Di»r 
trict Court, ur the Ui^Ited Skates District Attor-j 
ney, 

>ORM OF GUARANTEE. 



We 



and ' 



, oi the County of- 



SWAIN'S bourbon BITTERS. 

FOK 

jBeadache, Coativeuea.'^, aud kindred diseases. 
;.ansiug tr jju a. disordered conditiou of the Stom- 
jich, l.iver, or Bowels. I.ef every onetrvthesf 
^Agreeable I'.itters ; once tried and used, they wlU 
-'recommend them with coutidcnce tj all others 
jwho are in need of a wholeaoine, agreeable and 
effectual tonic. Th ' rapidly increasdng demand 
T thead Uitterri lias induced me to give thea 
lublieity, so that ti.ou::ands who have not >.sed 
'em, may try them aud bo couviuced of theit 
cacy, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

m#- i.uaieM, WHO imve tUfA and found most otb 
;r "Stomach Bitter;" too bitter, uupalatabltvaod 
[too highly medicated for their d.^lieate taste 
plea-'e niva thuse^ trial, aud you will not be 
Iwitliout Iheui. 'rii.-y will givn tone to the stom 
iMh, .'.!id str<-ugth IcT the whol;: s}.stem. A^ Il 
lyour druggist or Irndesman has not got tlies-. 
■Bitters, have him send for them. Ji*' Uomem- 
|ber tlie nam,' , aud take uo other, 

SWAIN'S BOURBON BITTERS. 

l>r 



|begin 

How TO Dki.nk Bmf.v Tea.- a venera 
Jble Scotch divine, who, io his day an^ 
generation was remarkable for his priiai 
Icive and abstinent mode of life, at length 
Ifell sick, and was visited by a kind-heart 
led lady from a neighboring parish. O 
Iher proposing to make some beef tea, h 
liniiaired what it was; and being in 
Iformed, he promised to drink it at hisi 
lusual dinner hour. The broth was ac- 
>rdingly made in the most improved 
Imaniier and the lady went home, direct- 
ling him to drink a certain quantity every 
Idav until her return. This occurred th 
jday afterwards, when the lady was 

iTice $i.oop8id^'?'T?'""*^ ^° see the beef tea almost un 
Hdiiuinished, and to hear it pronounced b 
Ithe worthy clergyman the worst thing hi 
had ever tasted. She determined to try 
lit herself, aud, having heated a smallj 
Muantity, pronounced it e.xcellent. "Ay 
|ay," quoth the divine,, "the tea may drin 

rell enough that way ; but try it wi' thel 
l^ugar and cream, as I did." 

•A writer, in describing the last scene 
lof •' Othello," had this exquisite pass 
lage : "Upon which the Moor, seizing i 
{bolster full of rage and jealously, smoth- 
jers her." 

- -A correspondent of the Philadelphia 
Bulletin, who has been to hear Henryl 
Yard Beecher preach, says; "Mr 
Beecher is in that peculiar state of excel 
lent preservation that you hardly know 
whether you are looking at a swelled boy 
[or a middle aged opera buffo T 

A lad applied to the captain of a ves- 
sel for a berth. The captiin, wishing to 
ntimidate him, handed him a piece ol 
rope and said, "if you want to make 
[good sailor, you most make three ends oi 
the rope." "1 can do it," he replied 
"here is one end, here is another — that| 
makes two. Now, here's the third," and 
he threw it overboard. 

— A heartless old fellow, writing for al 
magazine, says : "I have seen women 
<o delicate that they were afraid to ride 
(or fear of the horses running away, afraid 
to sail for tear the boat would upset, and 
afraid to walk for fear the dew might fall 
upon them ; but I never saw one that was 
afraid to get married." 

— " Can you tell," asked a blooming 
lass of a suitor once, " what ship carries 
more passengers than the Great Eastern ?" 
" Well, Miss, really I don't think lean.' 
" Why, it is courtship," replied the maid 
en, with a conscious blush. 

A young lady was recently cured of 
palpitationof the heart, by a young doctor, 
in the most natural way imaginable. He 
held one of her hands io his, put his arm 
round her waist, and whispered something 
in her ear. 

—A man is badly off if, in a hard win 
ter, he has chinks in his roof and no chink 
io his pocket 

— If you think that your opportunities 



Hand, Mosby, Quid, Rosser, Sorrell and 
enry A. Wise, are among Gen. Grant's] 
pturcs, which include the General-im 
hief of the late Southern Confederacy, 
iree Lieutenant Generals, nineteen Ma-I 
or Generals, and sixty-one Brigadiers, 
is is the third great haul of prisoners] 
de by Gen. Grant during the war, tb 
It being Fort Donelson, and the secom 
icksbuig. Fifteen thousand were cap-j 
ored at the first, twenty-nine thousan' 
t the second, and twenty-two thousa. 
the third, making sixty- six thousan 
risoners in the three operations, 
we add to this number (Lose taken] 
Petersburg, a few days ago, and! 
lose captured near Burksville still later 
e aggregate will exceed eighty thousand 
he last, though numerically less than the 
Vicksburg haul, is immeasurably greater 
'n its moral and practicW effects, for the 
bellion dissolves with the disarming 
d (lispertiion of Lee's forces. The larg- 
t capture of prisoners made by the reb- 
)els during the war was at Harper's Ferry 
in August, \mt, when they took ten 
thousand of our men. Several thousand 
rebels were captured at (rettyaburg and 
Port Hudson, each. The balance ol 
prisoners is largely i;i our favor, without 
[counting those captured during the past 
o weeks. The number of Union pris- 
ers put to dea'.h by starvation will per- 
haps never be known. 

There were five Generals in the rebell 

anny of Northern Virginia, who wereal-[ 

associated, and who, at 



18 6 5. 

WOULll BESPECTFDLL^ ] 

[Mil the attention of < ar old oastomers, and tbtl 



Lantern ] 



lani-tt 



BAXvrr i»A.TTr.. 



re 



|lVo. ISO TH[IIt,I3 8TJREET» ST. I>ATJL,| 

AGhKNT FOR 

IDupont's Celebrated Griiiipovrder. 

ALL ORDERS, LARGE OR SMALL, FOR 

Blasting, Rifle, Diamond Grain, and Ducik Sporting, 

Promptly Filled. J^lso .A.Bent for 
ttRI8««'01.U'9 OBI.BBRATB0 

PURE GHt^OUIVr> COF'ir'EE IIV 13U1^K.| 

By purchasing this COFFEE in BULK, instead of Cans, a great 8a^•ing is effected. 
HOTEL KEEPERS AND FAMILIES ARE INVITED TO GIVE THIS COFFEE A TRIAL.! 



Itimes gave us infinite trouble. Lee.I 
Mackson, Longstreet. Hill and Ewell.T 

lackson received his death wound at| 
IChancellorsville. Hill was hurried the 

>tber day at Petersburg. The others are| 
lour prisoners, and ol these Kwell has lost 
la leg, and Longstreet carries one or twc 
lUnion bullets wLich failed to terminate 
pis unprofitable existence. 

Of the others mentioned in the abov< 
lliat Pemberton has been twice captured 
iHe has become .ho u.ied to surrendering tc 
iGrant that he will hardly know how tol 
jhehave under the regime ol Peace. Pin-f 
Inetjaii is the otticer who defeated us atl 
lOuliistee a year ago or more. Picket,! 
|Heth, Kershaw and Mahone have beenl 

conspicuous in Lee's army lor some twrf 
|years as corps or division commanders. 

lulii is the rebel E.xchange Comiuis.sion-^ 
ler. Mosby is Mosby —and he ought not! 
Ito be Moaby twenty four hours longer.[ 
iHenry A. Wise i.s a rattle- brained indi-l 
Ividual, who once held the otfioe of Gov-f 
jroor of Virf»inia, and was subscquentlyl 
unsuccessful rebel Brigadier. He is| 
loot generally ht^ld a«wountable, either 
|North or South, lor what he mav sav or 
do. 



t» Barrels New Dried Apples, "York State" 
and Ohio growth. 

»» Boxes W. K. Cheese. 

«« Half Boxes SI. K. Uaislnit, New, 

*0 Boxes Layers, New. 

A large lot of New Garden Seeds. 
•O© Boxes Fancy Candy. 
•OO Boxes New CaniMd Frnlts. 

14 Kegs Kew Prune# 



avy < 
IS Barrels New liominy. 
«akKeg8 New Pearl Barley. 
» Barrels New Split Peas. 
*0 Bushels small White Army Beans. 
30 Ualf-barrels White Fish, new. 
ao Barrels and half-barrels Mackerel, 
SO do do do Hen ing. 



A.nd every article usually kept by a Gfrocer. 

. I»«ESLEV, leo niiird Kt., Ht. l^aiil. 

■ICbl-<IB 



N 



K D W A R 1) H. K 1 (i W 8, 

o. lai, i-»re«lev's Block, 'T'hird Street' 



♦ » ♦ » ♦ 



State of Minue:.ota, do h»r»-l>y guarantee that 
is Able to fulfill a contract in accordance with hir 
p.'.,;^ ositiou : aud that should his tiroposUiou U 
av. . pted, he will at once enter iuto a contract 
111 accordance ti>-rewith. ^hould a contract Ih 
aw.iided him, we are prepared to l>ecoiiu) hi» 
securities. 

Bidders are invited to be present at tbt-l 
opening <'f the bids. 

Houds with got.d security Will be required from! 
successful biUdeis. 

Bidders will j^ive their names and address Io{ 
full. In caj^e 01 tirin>, the precise uame aud ad 
dress of e.ch mtiaber, with the uame of the litm 
will be suted. 

Th« undersigned reserve«i the right to rejecti 
uoy ur all bidd not deemed satisfactory. 

All contracts are subject to the arprovtl of the{ 
(Quartermaster lienera. of llid United States Ar 
my. I 

Payment will be made montlUy lor tbe wood{ 
deliverevl, e\c-rpf that one-third shall remain uii 
paid lor uutil the delivery of the whole. 

Bids from disloyl pei son.s ; from tho.'ie who have 
heretofore failed to complj with their propo^i 
lions or conlrac!^; or Irom those \vho do not 
comph with th'' above rei|uirements, will not be 
cousidered. i 

Proposals to tie endersed " Proposals lor fur- 
Di^hiug wood at Kort nuelliug, Miuneiota," aud 
addressed to the undersigned. 

H, L. CARVE -t, 
Cipt.and A. <.l. M., 
Chief yuarierma'^ter. District of .Minnesota 

NoTK.-'All pipers requiring must be stamped 
•t the ex^rn^ie of the coutractor. 

ajicdllt 



Medical Journals, and hiivini; Im-au aoopted as a 
staiuluri* remedy by the Medical i rolession, ar» 
by the d>,-cision >>f the t.'omtniiisioner ol iuterna 
Ktrvenue, E.VKMP'l EUOJM MAMP DUTY. 

»M. V. M. M W Jk I .K, l-ruitrlftor. 

Broadway, New Vork. 



OrftiKS 



l^-t^uuth Water St., Chicago, 



C.A. 



COOK, lieneral Agent for the West, Otfioe. 
»i .Market iiireei, Chicago. 



SOLD IN at. PAUL BY 



|fl2Slrw 



K. 
Jc sun 



ta. BK/JUfi, DuuGoiaT. 



PROBATE BLANKS. 



THE PRKij^ PR UN TING COMPANY, 

io supply a deiiciency long existing, have prime ^ 

and ready for saie the following Blanks 

for use in Probate Court : 

LJtlTKBSOK UUARDIANSBIP, 
C0113116dlONEK.S' WAKKANTiJ, i with oathi> 

KEPOKT W COMMISSIONKKS, 
▲PPSAiiiEK£i' APPOINTMEN V, (with eaths,) 

inva:ntory and appraisement, 
separate inv£nt0i«y bv widow, 

AUMINISTRAfOR'sl BONU^, 

COMMISSION rO SETTLB CLAIMS, 

LETTERS O? ADMINISTRATION, 

WARRANT IO APPKAl3EK-<, 

GUARDIANS BONDM, 

SALE BONiDS, 

KXECUIOR'S 90NDS, 
L&TTER3 TESTAMENTART. 
Vor«mlebythe qaire or single sheet. Address 
l>ItE.<«.*t PltlMTIXO CO 

^ \ 

rTM* CVKHTY AVUITOHV. 

OflctssI Wmrwm of Tax Cwrtiflras**.! 

The Prkss Printing Co. are now prepared tcl 
ftrnlah Certlfloat«s of Sale of |Forfeit«d I<ftnils,| 
tor the Auditors' salo io Jaaaary &ozt. 

daoMf- 



BIJY YOUR TRUIVIIS 



KKOMTHK 5IANUI-ACTURKR, AMD 



Save 



Fn'i^lit k Sioic Profits ! 



m» '•" >.i.iijjju3iiio.i Ol I'i, owuiu s liiiiers, „««.,„» _i L 1 •/ 1 

Iwving bepn made j,a <iic through the columns ol *™ "°^ gOOU enough, you had better im 

prove them. 

— An exchange says the first newspaper 
subijcribers were Cain and Joshua ; for 
Cain took ABeWa Life and Joshua or 
dered the Sxm. 

—When Sherman was in Savannah, j 
proiuinent civilian, with a view of getting 
Sherman's opinion of Grant, ventured 
upon a mil I denunciation of the military 
abilities of the Lieutenant General. 

"It won't do. Sir," said Sherman, "it 
won't do. Sir ! Grant is a great General ! 
He stood by me when I was crazy, and I 
stood by bim when he was drunk, and 

now, by G , sir, we stand by each 

other." 

— An Irish gentleman being reduced 
to the necessity of obtaining a livelihood 
by selling pies in the street, while pass 
ing through a portion of the city in which 
he once rode in his carriage, after calling 
out "hot mutton pies" in a loud voice, 
suddenly recollecting his former position, 
exclaimed to himself: "I hope to heaven 
no one heat s me." 

KEASiO.N KOK THICK ANKLES. 

"Hary, X cannot think," says Dick, 
"What makes my ankles grow so thick 
"You do not recollect," says Harry, 
"How great a calf they have to carry," 

Phktty.— Hope is the dream of those 
who are awake. 

Old Friknd.s.— Coleman, the dramat- 
ist, was asked if he knew Theodore 
Hook. "Yes." replied the wit— "JJooi 
nd eye are old associates." 

ON SIR WA1.TBR Scott's pokm of w.*ter. 

LOO. 

On Waterloo's ensanguined plain. 
Full many a gallant man lies slain ; 
But none, by bullet or hv shot, 
Fell half so Hat as Walter Suott. 

-" How dat. Sambo ? You says you 
was at de battle of Boll Run ! when I 



—A sailor, the other day, while explain 
ing the third figure of a tpiadnlle to his] 
essmate, thus described it : Said he— 
You first heave ahead, and pass vou 
dversary's yard arm, regain your berth 
Ion the other tack in the same order, take] 
yonr station with your partner in line, 
back and fill, ami then fall on your hee 
and bring up with your partner ; she the 
maneuvers ahead, off alongside of you: 
then make sail in company with her until 
nearly astern of the other line, make 
tern board, cast her off to shift for her- 
elf, regain your place the best way youj 
an, and let go your anchor." 
— A comical burlesque is amusing th 
Ipeople of Florence. It is a ballet calledL 
'The Piercing of the Isthmus of Suez,' 
[and one of the dancers represents to the 
life M. De Lesseps, the promoter of the 
enterprise. The spectacle closes with i 
glittering display of blue lighu and fire 
works, and tne Isthmus is seen pierced, 
while De Lesseps ascends skywards in a 
blaze of Roman candles. Ii is related 
that the great engineer himself was pres 
ent on the first night, and was greatly 
amnsed by the absurdities of the piece 
A Co.MPARi.-;o.v. — It is with narrow 
sooled people as with narrow-necked bot- 
tlet — the less they have in them, the wiorc 
noise they make in pouring it out. 

— Why ought the stars to be goood as 
tronomei'9? Because they have studded 
the heavens for thousands of vears. 



^ni^P4tt^^. &(* 



C. l^K O^L 



VA« OrsiNBU A 



mVHk MAiNHKACTORVl 



.« N I < IS A 1 so M t K l:!;C TO OKT'CR 

Buggy; Carriage di Team Harness. 

A Large variety always on hand. Atso 

fVali!^«'s fetid IVuKtiiuiif Uags \ 

>V II M (> 

IMIJTAHY SADDLERY! 

AC**):l^'l' won 

Henry aud Ballard Rifles 
and Cartridges. 



BROOKLYN 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Montague Street (near Court), 

BROOKIiVJSr, NKW YORK, 

M.m* 141 Broadwaay, ]M«w T«rk. 

CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 
OM THc »vxi;ax px^am. 

Eighty per cent, of the profits go to the assured, 
The directors of this sound and reliable insti- 
tutiou are composed of tlie most substantial dtl- 
xens of Brooklyn and New York. Extra induce 
ments are oBcred by this Company for those 
seeking Life Insurance. 

CHRISTIAN BOUCK, President. 

RiCHARn H. HARDI50, SecreUry. 

R. COROOIV, Oen. Agent for MinnesoU. 

L. «. KRXSUIIK, Medical Examiner. 

St. Paul, March 9, ls65. mchloSm 



iSaiut Paul, Minnesota, ^^^lui 

•MA .eiAva<*A fe^irikf 

KVfikS THii ATTKWTION or HORCHASESS TO t'HK LAKQEST AUD BEST BKLXOTSt 

iirocd wTcai o* cmcAao, towns u.nu o* 

I^RIKJ^N A.r^J> ]MEl>rc?IJVE8, 

PAmiii, OILS, lURPKNliMi.;, 

WINDOW Gi<uA3S, PUT J't, 

COLORS, DRlf AND IN OU„ 

PATENT MEDICINES. 

v»« ittUot ever? article iwerlMnIng to the IsittJfc ■••.semcbm, and win gn»rant«o satisfa, 
Hon, both In QUALli t and PlUi^ ftf #^DH» )anlO-lyd*» 

CUTTER, 8ECOMBE & CO., 

HAVE USTABUBHED A 

]IWH0LESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE 

Ib this city, In oonuootlon with their 

t»A.I»]e:Kt MJLH^IL.^ IIV ST- AlVTWO]N V, 

And desire to oallthd tttentlon ot bayers to their 

Immense Stock of 

UTTER, NOTE AND CAP PAPER, E^ /ELOPES, BOOK ANDNKWS PRINI, FLAT AH 

ALL KINDii 0¥ WllAPPING PAPERS, PRINTERS' AND WRITiNQ INK« 

AND FLDID8, t ENS, PKNCIL8, kO„ ha. 

Agents for 

nlllfclKNLKAK & TAYLOR'S MANUFACTURING COMPANY 

I ] 

^e will sell as low as Eastern Jobbers with Freight added ] 

TtlE UIGUKHT MAUKJ-rf PRICE IN CASH.PAIO FOB 

f 

PAPER RAGB, ROPE, GUNNIES fc OLD NEWSPAPERS. 



pabUo generally to tte following advertlsemeni 
aomprlaing some ol the leading arUoles, whloa 
with Increased ftoilltieg.) we olTer to the tnti' 

^•O bbls. Heotlfled vrUsky. 

!•«* bbls. Old Rya and Boarboa Whisky 

to bbls. HoUand Gin 
bbls. Neutral Spirit?. 

!• pipes and eighths ,lo. Cognlao Brandy,! 

•» H pipes Cherry. M ulalra and Port Wlae, 

*0 baskets Ohampagce, 

•O oases Claret and Santerne Wtc:. 

*00 M ohoide brauds Cigars. 

»0» oases Cove Oystf rs. 

M> cases H and >; Lar ilaes 

M> packages Prunes. 

1© bbls. Zaute Curn.nis. 

»• hogsh»ads Bro^vii ingar, 

MO bbls. Refined Sugar, 

>00 puoiages Mola;js<ie aud Uyraps^ 

•» bags Pepper aud Bj foe. 

*»0 i>oxe8 Ooverumoiit do., assorted, 

MO M a. D. Caps. 

lOOOstuksSaJt. 

MOOOlbs. Bar lead 

lOO boxen liabklit'sLndDe Land's » 

tooo kegs of Nails and Spltas, 



.rUST REOKlVErH'-i 

BT EXPRESS, 

THK MOST rXBTKCT AHD.COITPAOT 

!Kex*osene 

Eve- bringht to this ntaiket. 
jWhoi^ ^ .,.o and Retail, 

—A T- 

Jrookery Importing House, 

18» &, 1»1 XiUrd-St. 

«ept-10 



<! 



^X0mk$. 



B'AMrL.Y GrROCKRY 8XORK 

WE have just opened In Messrs. Hoflf^nan k 

aalford'g old stand, on the corner of Seventh 

and Olive Streou, an entire Nbw Stock ef 

V-AJmarV CHaoCKKKBA. 

We wiU keep on haad a full assortment of the 
»«ry best goods to be found. We soUoit the 
trade of the old firm and the pubUc generally. 

We also keep on hand a ftall stock of Prodaoe, 
which we will sell at the Ifneett market priot. 

LINCK ifc BKO. 
aev so 6mo. ooM, 



boxes assorted Window Oiasit.l 
Moaeas Klasks, 
^•O ootiB Manilla Ro{>!} 
l«0 doien Bed Cards, 
M pairs asjiorted Biool 4. 
S# bales Oakvm, 
!• barrels Plton 
tOOO packages Wagon Uear, 
!•« barrels Carban Oil, 
»•«♦ doien Painted Pa is and 1 aba, 
I»0 barrels Dried htalts, assorted, 

«»0 puoxages assorted i'aag, 

tft sacks Rio Coffee, 

too barrels tiround Vi ffee. 

M* sacks Old Qovernmc nt Java Coffee, 

•00 paoxagas, assorted brands, Ping 1ct«ooo, 
•OOjbarrels Fine Cut Smoking Tobao 

kegs Gold Leaf ToImco. 
•ftO boxes Soap. * 

Doxes assorted Caadleg, 

or the above articles .mr friends will always 

find us ready and wUltng to 

shew them, 

J. C. & H. C. BIFRBANK & Co. 

Corner of Lower I^ree ana SlUey street, 
»»'*1"" St. Paul. Minnesota. 



c c 



|L86». 18t3«. 186^5. 

HVinter ^.i^mnnfenaent; 

IvflNNESOTA STAGE COMPANT 

PASSENGER LINK. 

n»3 roaas are weU stocked with arst cU*™ 
hors^B, Concord Coaches . with careful and exnW 
nenoed drivers, all asdei t^e control of compea 



WiiSiEH AJ^^D LIQUORS 

aUITABLS rOK 

SfedieJnal aud Family |}ge, 

"1 11J> BOURBON AND RYE WHISKY. 
OLD QUEEN'S PORT WINE, 

OLD MADEIRA. WINE, 
FINE OIJ) PALE SHERRY 
_ FINE OIJ) COGNAC BRANDY 
ICHOICE OLD HOLLAND GINt 
JAAIAICA AND ST. CROIX RUM ' 
, , CHAMPAGNE WINES. 

IfPARKLING CATAWBA 

Ind au other AttieliM. la onr line ot bnslneti 

»' WA«««M wmmm,M^,, 

SOMasbor to W AL I'KK 



MfiS 



W. HikBii, ,, 
Sibley Block; 



uha's, A.BWBID*. 



Joe. B. Wbick. 



OHAS. WEIDE ft BRO., 

WBOLXSAUI DKAIXKB IM 

Staple And f ^ajacy 

woeeries, Segars and Tobaccos. 
No. 187 Third Street, 



SAINT PADL 



MIMNB8OT4 



G 



KM17XSB 



£*IPK8 



G MKKR8CH-A.TJM 
EMVXMK 

^jl^i^^CHADM CIGAR HOLDKBS. 
SWEKT BRIAR PrPKS. 

uo TO 
s«p20.1y «3« VhlHI Straca. 



^v$kA\ lo^tmmmti^, ku 



:pi-a.ivos. 



■cent agents, 

flOHBI)UI.B OF 



C'ompe. 

DKPAKTKuKS FROM SAtlCT PAUlA 



Red Wing, I^tke 



For Hastings, 
ItV^abashaw, Miuneiska, Winona, and 
I It 6,S o'clock A. M. 



•dtttf 



Otiioe No. 3»0 XkLird-Ut., 8t. i^aul, JVIIn. 



This Kauk is now riilly organized with a paid 
up capital of Tno Uuudred Ibousaod Dollars, 
an4 is op)>n forthe trausNciionot ageueral Bank- 
sees you at New York on de same night " 'nffand Kxchang.^ business. Col7ecti< 
"Yes, .Julius, you did for sartin. You !Sfc*'r^'r"" '""°" '" '"'" '*°'""^*''f *"'"'" 



to- KKPAlRINd of all kin 
HAKNKSS, Sc, neatly uud promptly done 

Uavin^^ commeuced manutacturinr all my own 
work. I would resp.>ctlully solicit a «hare ol pub- 
lic patronage. My material is bonghtdirect from 
the tirtt hands, and made up by good workmen 
under my own munagfiu<-ut , and hence lam 

reparnd to work l.jw and mrik« the liest of work. 

iMve also constautly on baud 

WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 

and a large assortment of 

e^nddlefj- rinT-dTVOT-e 

r Reneutber, 

|UNION Bt.OCK, Cor. THIRD & ROBKRTStS 

jan26-iy 



see, our Colonel, says he. 'Boys, strike 
for yer country and yer homes !' Well, 
on IRUNKS. somo Struck for der country, but di« chile 
he struck for home. Dat splaios de 
matter, yer see." 



E.*'- 



Attorney and Counselor at Law. 
leyward's Block, Third street. 



febS-ly 



EPIGRAM ON TWO COMTRACTORS. 
gull the public two contractors come. 
Que pilfers core— the other cheats in rum, 
Which is the greater knave, ye wits exp'laln, 
A rogue in spirit, or a rogue in grain * 

THE LAMK BKOOAR. 

" I am unable," yonder beggar cries, 
" To ttand or move." If he says true, he lie*. 
Orthooraphv. — The laird of M'N— b 
was writing a letter jfrom an Edinburgh 
cotiee house, when a friend observed that 
he was setting at defiance the laws of or 
thography and grammar. " I ken that 
weel eno' !" exclaimed the Highland chief- 
tain, '* but how can a man write grammar 
with a pen like this P" 

THK supBRioRirr of machinery. 



I mechanic his labor will often discard. 
If the rate of hU pay he di-slikes ; 
Office ingBat a clock— and Its case is anoommaniy 
hard- 



Will contlnae to wock though tt ttriknti 



M. P. NICHOLS, 

AUENTOF 

Metropolit£\n Ins. Co., 
Liorillard Ins. Co., 
Phoenix f Marine! In.s. Co 

OF NEW YORK. 

I lome Insurance Oo., 

Of-' NEvv uavi.:jj. 

Miitnal Benefit liife. 

OKNKWARU, a. J. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

A.nd IMCinnesota. Hospita.1. 

ESTABLISHED 1850, FOR THE TREATMENT? f)) 

VrSKAS/iS OP THK URIKARY AND SEXUAL SiST/iMS, AND J A- 
CORPOn.lTED BY THE I.KOISLATUnE IX 18C1. OFFICE 1\ CO\ 
VEIIT HAKL liLOCK—^ie^r the I'oH Offire. 

DR. WILLI.AMS, the Consulting Surgeon of the above Institution, hai 
just published a Manual of iiexual Diseases, a large book of .'160 pages, and ovei 
100 engravings. It is the only Iwok ever publisht-d wlitcli gives a truthful de 
scription of spermatorrhea, Vener«-al Diseases, Female Complaints, and all dis 
eases ol the urinary and reprodultlve organs of men and women of wliatev./ ;i . 
ture. Including the solitary hab'ts of both sexes, and their deplorable con.^e 
queno'S on the mind and body, impotence, loss of power, and the secret intirmi' 
ties of youth and manhood, tii« physiology of marriage, *c., with new and sue 
cessful methods of treatment for all the above eases. Mailed in a plain sealcdl 
wrapper for one dollar. 

JW Descriptive Circulars containing valuable information to the afflicted who wish to avoid] 
inaokery, mailed in a sealed envelop on receipt of 10 cents. Also a pamphlet for ladies, price fl cents 
All communications confidential, and will reach the consulting surgeon by addressing 




! 



City, Reed 
La CroBsf 

For Stillwater— Dally, i 1 1 a, m. 

For «hakop.vi, Joidai, St. Lawrenos, Bell* 
Plaiu, Henderson, >*a ba«iir, Ottawa, Traverse df 
3ioux, St. Peter and Mai ka*o— DaUy at 4 o'dod 
4* X, 

, For RosPmonnt. Castle -o^k iribfield Cai 
non City, Faribault, Mm* loia %:!Mat ^^ Falls ant 
Owatouua, oonnoctiniT ui i/W£t.v»;ui*i< Ur Wilto' 
St. Mary's, Wi!i^ba«.j A^euoy an«l .Vankato 
J..1.0 iu." ^lice i.ike. CK'eaic;!;. vVasiojo Man 
torvllle, Roobssiur , ct-*» f nlii.ftiid Win«aa— Doiis 

For I:dustrian\. An)ka, Orono, OrianJo 

:-: .;«iio, CleaT\.-ater, St. Auguila ana St 
Jiond— Dal'", at 7 a. m 



For Sauk liapidj.IVjho I'raJHe, Fort Uiclov »t.( 
Jrow Wing— 'foadiys, iVaJneHuavi liiid Fd 
lavs at 7 o'clcxk a , M 

For Richmond, 8a»k Oeal«, .MexandrJi 
Jtiipppwa, Pomme de 'i&'ra. lifwrj uMjro.yj- 
\berorombiii, Mondays au ' 'fcn- ,." . g.t • 

'.lock A. :i, ■'" 

For Little Canaiia, Colambos, .Snnrise City- 
Mondays, Wedaesdaye at d Fridays, at 7 c'clocl 

Forfurther nartioiUars inqolreat the General 
I Jflloe on Third Stroot. ! 



STEINWAY tt SONS, 

CHICKFOtlNG ft SONS 
WM. KNABE ft CO'S, 

UNITED PIANO FORTES. 
PRiKCE & CO'S 

ORGANS ft MP.LODFONS, 



Can be had only at 

TVIimg^er B^tbers, 

U)NCKRT HALL BLOCK, 
■chza-ly 



JULIUS BAUp & CO. 




J, and will reach the consulting surgi 

'kwi.m tiAJLmnic UHMrxvC' 



spai-dly 



C. BTJRBAKK ft CO. 
Proprietors. 



XK, Saltit Paul, Minnesota. 



CpBENCH'S HOTEL, 
On the ESnropean Plan, 

Opposite the City Hall Park, Cor. of F&abs- 

FORT STRKKT, NkW YORK. 

jpaotons Refectory, Bath Rooms, and Barbet 
Snop, Bed-Roome warmed gratis, and onlv one 
t>ed in a room. Do not bel.eve runners or hack- 
men who say we are full. Servants are not a' 
lowed to receive perguisitps. apl9-Iv 



(I 



kMce 3a 9*. a^Joiuiag- 

SL Paul, Minn. 



apl.aiy 



National Bank of St. Paul. 



poi 
lltle 



maiie and remitted for on day of payment at oar- 
rent rates of exchange. Highest .Market Rat 
paUl lor Gold, Silver, and Korcigii K.\change. 
ntt Bank \a an ageat for rabscrlptions to the 
popaiar L nited «lales r.:io Loan, aud these notei 
wfntt all times be kept on baud for sate in sum: 
of llrom Fifty Dollars upwards. 

E. 8 



ED(JtRTON, President. 
JOBN MiCOLS, Vice President. 



\ 



n. A. MONFORT, Cashier. 



DIRECTOItS: 



OHN NICOLV, 1 I p. DAY, 
J. H. SlKWART, |N. B. HARWCOD, 
B.PUKriLEY. J.B.BRADfcN, 

P ■i-wKt-v"**'^'^^' J^^-*"'!'" 1^aILIi;Y, 
MP.BEKKKY, I K. R. SMITH. 

C. UlfiOBGE. - I IS AM.' B rAl*J,Fa. 

rr. .S. KDOPRTON. 
St. I'eui, AprU lOlh, iv/-,. 
■ ■ , aut^-lm 

QAa>jiii^KUMLasK, ^ 

IMTerc'liaui Tailor, 

Jackson StTMt. between Third Sreet aud Levee, 

Saint Paul, Minaesuta. 

?• B.-Dyelng, cl«ailnff.«ili,ana Velvet goods 

f"fL*''„°"^*^..«""*^''- fafticular attention paid 

^o tte Steamboat t rade . Will buy and seU ^ 

qtothing. novHi*^ 



pn| A>nd 



Booodia tbe best tnaniiei at the 



DOCTOR BI6£IsOW. 

• OfBe* 179 Bonth Clark StTMt, 9 
Corner of Monroe, CJKTCjaao, XXmS^ 



Poet Offloa BooE. IM. 



All Chronic and Sexu- 
al DiSMsee of a Private 
and Delicate Nature, 
^treated with nnparal- 
laled succees. Dr. Bige- 
low's Guide to Health, 
for ladies aud gentle- 
men. Is published 
monthly. Send for i t if 
yon thiuk the writiuge 
of a physician whoee 
reputation extends 
throughout the entire 



West should be worth 
reading. It is sent In 
plain sealed envelopes, 
free of charge. Almoat 
every case can be treatp 
ad by mail. Medicines 
■ent to any address. 
Ladies, send for deecrip- 
t Ive Circular of Futarie 
Revudf, tht) latest and 
beet preventative of 
conception known. 



Rooms Separate for Ladies and Gentlemen. 
OOVSVLTATIOH AT omOM, VBaX. 
Orrid UouBS :— From S A. M. to 8 r. M, 

BpennatorrkcBa or Nervoos Debility, a cure 

warranted. 



GREENBACKS ARE COOD'j 

BUT ROBACK'S ARE BETTER. 

STOMACH BITTERsJ 

Ten thousand botUo'-l 
fold in one mouth. Thel 
, most popular Stomaclif 
. ^)tters iu use. 

-ROBACK'S BITTERS.! 

Cood for all derange-f 
ment of the Stomach,! 
liillottsuesa, Liver Cora r 
plaiut. aud UeneralDe-| 



F' 



I) R THE i; AR S 




OnrOnuilbaskea will nut to and from t!ie rrti 
ilpal Hotels and Beats It connection wltu'th- 
I rains of the 

ST. PAUL AND PACfFIO RAILROAD, 
Passengers and baggog.iwJl! be called for lij 

linswer to orders Kft al the Amerioan, Interna 
|tlonru and Merchants, ornt onro;!icf-. 

ly« J.C. BURBANKftCO. 



bility, 
ROBACK'S 



"WARKROOMIS, 

South Clark and 89 
Washington- St., 

ACACO, II.K,IM«RS 

Manafaoturers and Importers of 

Musical InstminentA 

^TRLKGS. VIOLINS, 

DRU.MS, ACCORDEONS, 

CLARINETS, GUITARS, 

Brass Instraments, 

^ND OTHER MUSICAL.MERCHANDISK. 

*»- Having connection with Manufacturing^.; 
Hoases in Berlin, Leipsic, Dresden, England and 
Paris, we are prepared to famish DEAI^ERS.o^. 
BANDS and INDIVIDUALS. wUh every article 
in this lino, at the i.owitsT MARi'KA<.'ruKiu<4 
ipiiees. 

WUOLESAtiR A^KNTS FOR 



SITTERS J 



jaiiU.lyd^w 



MBW IIAIKTrAC 



KV «»F 



»*•)! L.„. .v,;.< iJ, r.,\ • 



riiey posseas wonder | 
ful tonic prop<>.-tie8, giv 
iuL'toue to lilt! appeUt4^| 
and dfgestlveorgaus, 

KOUACli'S ui rpjcRsJ 

D'-bilitatedl.adles ancl 
j.*\\Hm\ArY persouB wilil 
^UikI iu lhriu;ia excelleni] 
f^ttinle. - 



ROH AUK'S lilTTEKS. . 

A wine^lansful b«ft»rd oach iiH-al vi ill rernoA'fl 
ludigestion and all liver disousfs. 

ROBACK'S BriTEKS. 

They are*et»er than all Pills, Powle, 5, nnd othei 

nuM Sfou .", disugriiealrle comf'ou nde . 

ROBACK'S UlTTERiJ. 

Thejf cau be taken viihoutji'trardto diet. As ht\ 

appptlzi'rtliev h:ivi' no •■uu-.U. 

K( )H ACK'* BITTKKS. 

They are prepared *y an old ami skillful physi 

clan from Wfll. kuown \eg-'table ri'iiiedier., 

Kt)HAC;K'S JilTTKHS. 

eyer known i^<(y Ua>"e beuum.^ a standaru 

litiiiily : trHiigllieniui; roine.iv. 

ROBAHiCT* BITTKRS. 

, u ill tiiy^ys UH<» tliitBi and 



THE NEW YORiUINO LIVERPOOL 

|PETROLEUM C0MrANY|PIANO FOBTJES. 

CitGANIZKD USDEB THE 

|MIN1NGANDM.^NUFAL'TDRIN(J LAWSOh! 

Vlif: STATE OF NEW VUKK. 

|CapitaI,One Million DoIIan 

One Hundred Thonsand SUaras, 



AT 



.T. r^,^ JOowf & F. Prandt 

Have taken rooms over L. SEMPER'S, on Third 
street, and having bought Uie eutir*^ Mauulac 
turing Department of Mes»rs. W.. I. Smith A Co. 
and Louis Memper, are prepared to make te or- 
der all kinds ol Boots and sboes in 

A FIHST-Cr.ASS MANNER, AND 
EQUALTOANY Dy^E in the NORTUWJ'IST. 
Their long experience, and the ability and 
numl)er of their workmen enable them to make 
to order in the bdst style, and on the shortest 
notice, all kinds of 

ADIES' BOOTS AND SIIOI-^, 
KID BALMOBAl.», 

CONGRESS BOOT3, ftc. 

Gents' Fine French Calf Boots. 

SEWED ft PKUGEU. 

4a- All kinds of repairing neatly done..ftf 
Mr. DO W has long had charge oC the Mauulac- 
turing Department of W..I. .Smith ft Co., and 
having associated himself with Mr. BRANDT, 
wooliTiDvlte especial attention to the beauty and 
Onlah of their BaqNCjwtvrfM. 

4V> orders to be left at L. SEMPER'S, on 3d 
Itrtift near Wabaihaw. mSS-lm 




Otllt'ls. 



ad yauone lioiUo. » 

reioiuiQ.Mni Tlit-m 1 

• ■ Rl»tt.\OK'K-B(TrKR»,< 

W, lV>UAC;iv, Cvmpouutbu- ,ut 
it-s,lt!,i.>JTi.riller', :iiijr;!.-..ij Plllw and Dis- 
uud Aia:^ulifi< tnQt-r ol 'I 'luawba and Swedish 
BranUiH.s, and a'l kmln 01 the iipe-<i duuie.stic 
ll(^or.4, wMch lartv soldwiiole^ale ur in any de. 
sirei i|ua«tit» ; at .Tk ja. 6tt, tis, M and jsu East 
Thfrt-et., CtBcioniM, Ohio. For .salebyiVug 
gistiuiyd Dialer, iu Mr ,ii.iu« averv where, 
t^ . _ ^_ nich.".My 



#10 I'er i!(]Aai-e. 

iSubscription Price, $5 per Share, 
Not Liable to Furtfter Assessment. 

OF'F'lCUS : 

71 Broadway, New York. 

n. O. A<ldr.-«a, Koi 6 .3tt». M«w I'ork 



Hano 



Ol^'IPlCIJRS : 

sin.,««i. *W*' riATfrEr. S. ntCKI.J.sON, Presideut. 

IJUHEKTBA.sSLrT, .Seneiarv. ' 

n. J. BI'KTLS. iUining t^iiD't, 'lilusville, Pa. 

i I LANTIC BANK, U> B'wy, N. V., Trea»ury.| 



haiiitPaiii MarbJf. Works. 

C'«5r. ur/Phir/il; A; HIlxQhHnRe tin*.,] 

(Near th.> o|a Ameiicau liouse.) 



AU Wads of M ARhLK WO««K iJ;)De to order.? 
Particular altentii)n gi\ hu to (ON lit AC tv" 
for torgn MOnU.AflON t'rt. or anyklnd of FANCY 
©K^LAIii MoNUMEiN.lAL WUKK. 
,^ ALL WOUK WAEUAJiTED. 

Now Is the thiie to leave your Spring or 

C. J. ALniflCH, 

**M-ly_^ ■•*. ■ A««Bttorthe Company. 

Inletf and Printed in <the| 



prMluctnir Oil. ' 

I'aymeut tor stock may be made iu dral«a, reg-l 

st*ire>l iioti'n, ur lioveriimeni tionds and secuti-l 

[ties, which bonds and decaritlen will l>e takenl 

t then luarkul value. f 

Henilttnncps niky Ije addressed to the Cofcpi 

ny, P.O. Box5:i(W, N-w » ork « itv or to "Al-j 

lantic Bsuk, Tre«-ury ot the New York aud l.lvl 

'ipooi I'etrolPiim ionijMtiiy, H." Broadway, New| 

Vork (Uty,"or Utauv ot its igeiils. 

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Vj^ftaaTMKV « RjtwiKKaa, 

R K^X*, J-St?."^ ^ "^ * ' 
ICJ-iannral OcmunlsBion .A.ee^t«.; 

0«o»: TMrd Street; Bridge Block. 



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Jifftarj ^a|>llo, 

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ISAAC A. BAKKKB, 

9uT«yorfti£iicii 



OP THK P<>l.U>wn«0 VAlfrFArTTTRKKSJ '^ 

{frst.«]T.tRE A C'0.,,BaitiaH«rc>, 
KO.kUU.VIAX A UlftAl. Alb««>. 

jA.ltf. «rfAl.B * C^.. Heiw Vorb, 
|«OI^:UI.KK A liiniTH, 

AI_HO, AGKNla rOK 'j^ 

PJEtl N OE'S JNIELO D EONS 
Oigaus and HarinoiiiuiJis, 

1>UAI.KK9'1R 

Stools, Spreads, &a 

We have the LARCKSl and BK&l A.SSORf- 
KD.SliiCKof PIANO.S IN TUECIIY, whloU 
for Pow.r aud Sweetness tf Tone, Ea y aud 
Aareeable Touch, and Beauty of Finiih, b»ve, by 
lUitoeci, U-eu prououncd unriralled. 

Jm*« tike reUiive merits of oi/r PIANOS, •#* I'l* 
aroild rt.fer to the t^ertillcates ol Exoellenoe, im, 
ou|(oss.>FBion, from Thai kkbu, (Joitschalk, 
"I'^iiusru, a. SA'iTvr., H. VicuxrutPa, ' 

jui.i'.Si-AiiH aud E. Mii/.ii.), Musical Director oi 
'.he Italian Opera, as also from some of the n4mi 
iirfUiiguished Professors and Amatenrs in the 
.JOOBtry. All lustruments of our manufacture 
bet* th'' full iron frame, and are <r»ttr<mtetd' tor 

49- Pai.ticBlBr attentlen paid to iHeseleetioB 
ol iBoiruments for distant orders. an«l a privilege 
ol exchange granted at any time within iSk 
months, it the lastrumeals should Botpioveeti- 
liiely satlcfactnry. A Uheral disrovnt to Clefgy- 
(D'-a, Teacbiiro and Schools. Tetaaa llbeial. 

WHOLESALE DEALERS will find it to their 
idwwtttfie to give us a call, as by greatly inercae- 
d fac'ilitiuij, yio &Te cuaUed to fillaU oiderswitti 
isj^tch. 

«#-}VrHons in want ol a REALLT FIRST 
U.At;.S PIANO, wUl do weH to call before pnr- 
[ijhaMiig elsewhere. 

i^lREMEHBKB 'THK rR.ACJB, 

D LI IIS ^KAIffiR 4i CO., 

[99 B. Clark ft 68 Waahington-St. 

49~Seiui r.ipa rnrooisr. ' Ie24-tath|)«at v 

JJJS I il l il H *iWW— ^— > MSii— 

'YijTESTCHRSTlK HODSK, 

Conner Broozxie.St, and Bowery, 
^J?W VOttli. , 

jOn the Karopean plan. AeeoaimodattaaSfMtwo 
hmdmtMwts. 

laMi-ly J.'r. DASBOW. Proprietor. 









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THK jSAJUT PAXTL i*K2!fe^ WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 18d^"^ 



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THK CITY 



pel A Weide, 



FUllERUOFTHcP«E«ID£Mr. 

Arransement<« for Its Obsrrv 
«nre to-day. 



B Presley, 
H Herman, 
J Raguet & Co, 
1) Haihlooni, 
V W (Jrcss, 



Uv. 



loNION SKRVICi: AT THK I I ISM' PRFSBV-] 
TKKIVN CHI'Rril. 

Union services of the House oi Hope. Firstj 
jpres»i\terian,renuial PresI'Vteriar. au>l Mar 
fcet Sirett Methodist Churches, appropriate • 
Lheo<i-a.sion, will.Le b^d ai the First Fresby 
I'-erian Churih at il o'clock \. m. to-day. 



IMON SKRVICK AT THI'. JACKSOS STKKF.T 
MKTHOniST CHI'RCU 

The Jackson Street Methodist, Plymouth 



Appcl i 
n Milis 

Prendegast & Bro 
Patrick Kcighcr, 
D Abavshon, 

D Merrill, , . 

Others wonld have had an opporwnitj 

sign the above it th*» time fixed for the 

uneral had been announced earlier, bu" 

ill business men in the. city are r€<iuestedi 

-.0 act in accordance with it, and clos 

All Business in the City to fctj.jjej^ stores and shops during the entire 

Suspended. 

By dispatches which we publish elst 
where it will be seen that the funeral oj 
tbe'ilate President Lioroln will lake pla.^. 
at Wdsh.ngtjn at 1.' oMo.k (noon) i j 

'^•^- 11 I 

In pursuauce of instru.-liond i:i.-neil l;»| 

the War Department. Heneral SiMe>' 

He»dquarteri. and all miliury uinees con 

nected with this DiV.trict will be elo.e, 

to-day. Col. Avenll's office, and Cap'. 

Keitb'u, of the Provost Department wil H^^j Baptist churches will hold a \nion ser- 

al*o be closed. Mnee at the tirst nuniionod church at 11 ». m. 

We append a card slRned by all th- |ta day. The public generally are invited u 
dry goods merchants and uumerous oiL 
era announcing, that their business honsc! 
will be closed during ihe entire day 
The delay oJ ibw tele{;iapb lu forwarding 
the dispatch which aiuioiuuvd when (h< 
fuQeral will take place, previJited a ver\ 
general circulation of the pjp«-r, but ftU, 
whether signers or not. will iiiidoul.tidl) 
suspend busioes.'i. 

Allot the .SfHte ortjc.-s •vil! l..' clo!<»' 
duriug the entire day ; the hauks wil 
close after 10:10 A .M. ; the PoH OtHci 
Will be closed from 10 a. m. to r. .m 
and theie wdl be r.o exercise:* la ih. 
pabhc schools. 

Funeral services will be b«l>l at ll.« 
First Presbyterian ('hurch. at the .Jack- 
son Street Methodist, and at Christ's 
Church: all conimenciag at 11a. m. At 
the latter a discourse will be delivered 
by the pastor, Rpt. Dr. Mc Masters. A 
each of the other churches named, sev 
eral societies will join in a iiuion service, 
the different pastors participating in th^ 
exercises. 



.:^rar toJsn'clRnty,iH^aareacqaltte(lor coodeltiaid 
[-^bj conaclent(b^.8 Jv.rie#. 

H'S1K11ER*S .SlUMJiCa BITTKK9, i4 



Jiiot,hovr«rer, upon trial. It has been tried and 
[>iiounced on the authority of thoie whose life 
»nd health It has preserved, a par«, harmle.is, 
ad eminently salutary preparation. Attempt 
tve b%<>n m«de to rival it. They have failed. 
iCaa it be necessary to siy why they tiave tlmlled .' 
|Ask the recovered dyspeptics, billious Butfareri, 

Biiins of lever and agae, and nervous ""hJeetfiH^j (j^^g,, dollars 
rho have experienced its eSects, what /Aey think 
of it. Ask them and be guided solely by what 
[th°y $ay. .Sold everywhere. aprlMAwtw 



The North- West OOid Fields. 

A correspondent of the VhrUtian Quar 
dioH, writing from the " Victoria mis- 
sion" on the Saskatchewan, says : 



NoTiCK. — Being about to make a 
c))acgH in my busineas, I propose to sell out m> 
|«hole , compU'l<> auil well nelecred stock of To- 



ittend. 

SKUVtCK AT CHRIST'.S CHIRCH. 

Funeral services in honor ol the late Presl 
Jeut will be held at (^hri^-fsOhurch at U \. m. 
to-dny. 



HccOVjred.— The $100 pocket book 
«}:ich we me:itioii«rd a day or two sintre, 
M having been lost. wa.i found by a man 
who ea.sed hin conscien. e L_v returning! 
the w:illel (after arrest) with foiirdolhir: 
Boclosed. The oflicer r-leased him. sup 
posing that was the entire contents, bui 
inJiug thciv was .still ".iomeihiUfi hr w- 
ing'" he returned lie balin.v, through a 
Inend. to the CJhiel ol Pohee. 

State Geologist — Henry H 
Rames, Estj., ol this city, has received 

he appointment of State Geologist. Mr. 
Eatues is an accomplished and scientidc 
■-Teologist, has made the science the study 
of his life and is well qualified for the po 

ition. 



The Capitol was draped in mourning 
yesterday, the entrance tx each of tht 
otBces. the pillars upon the portico, tht 
outer entrances and pillars in the vesti- 
bule, all beirg clothed with the embleln^ 
of moarning. Flags trimmed with crape 
are displayed at half ma:st throughout 
out the city, and a large number of bu.-; 
ness blocks and private residences art 
draped with mourning. 

A meeting oi the City Council was 

held last eveniog. and the folio wir>g 

message from the Mayor was received : 

3(«M««« of ili« Mavar. 

.«;t. Pail, .\pril 18,186^ 
To the Honorable the President and Common 
Council of the City of ."^ain: I'anl : 
The overwhelming calamity which has 
befallen the nation in the >udJen death 
at the band ot un assassin, ol President 
Lincoln, very properly suggests such 
action of the city authoritiea of St. Paul 
Hs IS required bv the pnblie seutimeur 



•iM bbls. .<stemj 
so Boxes Plug TotMcco, Including the itnest 

Natural Leaf in market. 

:;:.'> Kegs Sautl, 

•.'5 bbl^' Fine Cut Chewing. 

All oi which is offered at manufactnreii price;— 

Irt-l^ht thrown in— my oblectt>elng toconllue m) 



That there is gold in the Saskatcbe- theris are MOKE OF THEM IN nsE 



of six dollar diggings within forty rods of 
the Victoria parsonage ; that since has 
been realizeu. So much lor the gold 
prospect; but there is another view ol 
the subject with which every miner oi 
would be miner .should be acquainted 
Provisions anf very scarce; flour has 



iscco, cou^istiag ut 

1150 bbls. Spanish Mixed and other Smokiug. Bbeen sold this last 'fall for forty dollarsjj^ A O HI N K 



C'i:r.KBKATKU IIIOHEST PBKIUUM 

SEWING MACHINES 



INEW mm STORE !j 



THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 
IN The WORLD! 



wan is now no longer a problem ; in the 
past summer some thousands of dollars 
have been taken from the banks of the 
river. Industrious miners have averaged 
ten dollars p^r day, and some have made 
much more, going as high as sixteen to 
To find the pourcc ol 
these rich deposits is now the great object 
ofsearch; there is. however, any amount EKlbl'Oider Beautitillly, 



They will Stitch, Kram, Hem, Fell, Tuck, 
Braid, Bind, Cord, and Quilt, and arc 

Tlie Only >Iachin« 

THAT WII.I. 



Call and see them, at 

260, Greenleaf's Block, 

iHirtlJ .STRKKT, ST. PAUt.. 



A.IA, 



gru ®asyfe, 



per barrel, and at the i)resent time can- 
not be had lor that money ; mining im- 
plements are also very scarce. In a word 
the man that would come to this eountr> 
n search ot gold must be provided. St. 
Paul's is the market; a good ox and 
cart would convey to the Saskatt^hewan 
the outfit of one man for at least one year. 
„ _ The items most required are Hour, saylfrom New York, received to-day, Ptateslhat she 

whole mtention to the manulactureaud sale of four hundred pounds; quicksilver. tenB<»»<i not buy her »tock ef 

pounds; two sheets ol iron, twenty tu||]|fil|iti«»r^' and I>rv:06p«38 
twentv-four inches, and two sheets ofH 



e^ar-i, uf which 1 h.ive a largn supply on hand, 
whioU ii oaered to the trade at low prices. 

U. UEItSTINtt, 
arji4<dim - Cor. t>!h and .lackson St. 



Wk ha\ k this day marked down oar 
jBtlr.} stock oi Clothing, consisting of the b«st 
make and >juallly of Coats, Pants and Vetts; al 
lo Ceutd' Kurulrihing Uoods, and will st-ll the 
jtimf to cotrei-pond with the tkll la gold. 

(me of Uie Urm bring constantly in the mar 
<ei.\\.'iiie iQ daily recflpt of good- nunutaC' 
curfd irom tlio tw>i)t matvrial and of the latest 
dtjlea, wMiirli wt' will sell at wholesale or retail 
it l.iwr rati>3 than can ba found elsevihere, 

KASTWUUU & MORRISON. 

<t. Paul, Kogcr"s Block ; 
i doors above the Bridge. { 



Vawikk & Ko>K, druegibls at llll 

■Third Street, me in the fluid wiih a big stockl 

o deplorable and startling an event, and are selling chi^ap Their customers hrtveF 

the lull l^enetit ol" the decline in the Eaateri:] 



iilVKli M:\S 



fraught with momentous con.sequences to 

the union ol these State.s at this particu- markets See advertisement 

iar crisis, may well call forth an e.xpress 

ion Irom you in accordance with the pro 

tonud regn t which is leli by all classes 

ol our citizens. For, however they 

may differ as to the policy of some ot 

the measures which have characterized 

his administration, the high personal 

character of the distinguished deceased, 

and his patriotism and devotion to tht^ 

public wtal, are known atui fully a< 



Had a Pit.— A soldier fell down ir. 
i tit in front ol the Minnesoti House yes- 
terday. In striking the walk he injureOj 
hi.s head badly, and was tarried to tht 
quarters of the Provo.st Ciuard. 

Dusty. -I'hird and Jackson street. ^j 

have made amazing progre:<s in dryinpl 

ap and the dust upon iheiu was stitliuf j 

yesterday. 

. »■■ — — ■ 

Board ok Ei iT.vxtoN. — The Publii 
Schools of the city will be closed to-day tuj 
enable tho.se connected therewith to partui-j 
pate in the funeral services of the late Presi 
dent Lincoln. J. M.\TrOCKS, Sup't 
#♦» 

Cari'KT.s. — R. O. Mronij received those 
car}iet9 yesterday which so many have becnj 
^mxious to purchase. Oiistomers will lind af 
splendid stock at his rooms in Rogers' blockj 



WoKMa! Worms!! — Mothers ttAva 
rouR CHtLDRKN.— Thousands of ohildraa di* 
m^vly from Worms whose lives might he savec 
«otuei« use I>r. CHUBCHILL>8 WORM L02 
iCNQES ^hich will surely kill and expel theml 
Voin your ohUdi«n ChUdrea wil) cat thematj 
•Mdlly as any candy. For Coaght, Colds, fco, 
ue Shield's Compound Cough Loienges, thej 
•ostplaassut %ai etfeotoal remedy discovered* 

For sale by ill Druggists. 

EDWARD U.BIGOB, 

|y I'd twitw Agent for Saiat Paal. Mia. 



KINDS OF" , 

WORK 

done, and satisfaction warrant^,,, , 

Silk Thread. Coil, Se.o., 

For Sale. 

8. C 6E£, 
Oeni Agent for Minnesota 



oo^iS-lv 



Mrs. Dugan's Letter 



CJppeV, al least seventeen by ten inches 
in size. A sufficient quantity of acid to 
de.tn copper plates ; a miner's shovel and 
pick axe. I need hardly suggest that _ it 

ill be necessary to be well provided with 
strong clothing, not loigelling two oi 
three pairs ol stout boots. Provided with 
the above articles no industrious man 
need lear to enter the .Saskatchewan ;then« 
is gold to be found. To thosti who have 
families we would say come prepared to 
farm ; here are millions oi acres ui the 
riche.st soil and pasturage lor aii)' number 
of animals. Last year the Wesleyan 
missionaries of this country resolved to 
try and raise their ow* ptovieions, and, 
it possible, l>e no longer dependent upon 
Red River, a market one thousand miles 
distant ; the effort ? o far has be.;n one of 
decided success. The ground, though 
only partiall> tilled, has yielded good 
wheat, barley and oats, and the garden 
has produced almost every kind of vege 

ble cultivated in Canada." 

The existence of gold in the Saskache- 
wan has been known for two or thret 



ears, but the great distance from mar 
,et and the great ditliculty of getting 
Iroaterials to the spot where miners re 
Foit TUE NK.XT Sixty Days.— Our ex-Bquire them, have prevented the taking 

|Out of much of the precious metal. 

There are always so many uncertain- 
ties about polddiggihgs, that the depos- 
its of the iraskatchewan must be relied on 
entirely to secure the settlement and de- 
velopment of the North-west. Neverthe- 
less, to skilled and industrious miners, 
the gold fields of the Saskatchewan will 
undoubtedly yield good returns, and 
must, therefore, prove a valuable assist 
ance in the opening up of the North- 
west, It will attract some gold seekers 
from the United States and from Europe, 
while it will aflbrd a means of retaining 
the adventurous among our own people 
in B:iitish American territory. In place 
of seeking their fortunes in California or 
Australia, our young men will devote 
their energies to the development of a 
country which is destined one day to be 
pari und parcel of our own. 



lU after the fail of nichinond and. surrender ol 
Le«. and she ha« {.urot^ii^ed Foretgd Goods at 
from v.'^ t»> -K) per cent below what, she coald have 
doDf four days previous. 'I he panic was awfal 
rebel sympathizen groaned ana tr^uiMed fo th^ 
oottom Oi their poe»»>t-i; Union nli-n sighed a 
Uttle — ai men who lo.se niiHtdo — bu{ ^^jirecov 
ered, aud were sn'ii rejoicing und crying Ulory ti 
God I Uur Country ^aved I KeoeHlun liOne < 

We liave several loti of thosi^ New Goods 
opt>ued at our ucw iitore ou *•-«•• 

Thiitl Street. Ht. Paul. 

Come and see those Pattern bonnets^ Ibey 
are casey little things. Thfv are culled I-adien' 
Hair Ornaiiuuts, v>a9t. W*t Ihint them wejl 
namod. Also a lot of Crystal TrltnmlDfs, (Jold 
Set Buttons, i)ri s.. Trimmlnr^, and Uiuniuculri, 
very new. ury CooiIk, Cloaks aud Cloakioge, al 
the lowest paaic prices. Remember the plau*>— 
next 0<Jow l.ittli''d Uook btore, Cailiolic Block. 
St. I'aul, Mlnncduts. 

April 15, Lsci. aprl5-tr 



lOiS! ICE I ICE! 



The upderslgned are prepared to deliver Ice to 
all their regular aud transient customers at th( 
following rates for the season of l*»»o; 

FIFTY CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 
No less than Ufty cents per week for the small 
est ciuantitv. Any person commencing to take 
Ice after the tirst day of «une will be charged one 
oeat per pound ou delivery, or at thf expitation 
of each week. - r. ...• 

CHAS. SYMOMUS, 

JOHN WAGENER. 

api;i-d3m 



Iteuoive stock of CLOTHING, GENTS' VO 
LviSUlNG GOODS, HATi AND CAPS, FIN 
3LACK CLOTHS, DOESKINS, and KANC 

|cAhSI5IERES, is offered at such prices as will 
isure the quick ^ale of the same, and satisfy all 
that, to do busiucsd, one must keep pace with 
the times. 

Satlsiied that GOODS MUST DECLINE IN 
IPEICE', we will continue to SELL IN ANTICI 
IPATION OF THE SAHE. 



St. raul, March 23, 186S. 



mchrt-tf 



TiiK nver is stationary with fuur feet 
three inches of water in the channel. 

Old TiMKS. — The piles of freight oii 
the levee looked handsome yesterday and car- 

Iried us back to the good old times when we 
used to have a river. Everyliodv is hopimi 
that the river will remain here duriug the sea- 
son, iHit no cue proposes to iusuie it. 
AKR»\AI.S aNU IJKPAlJll'lttS — lb 
... 
A^ar hagle and Mankatofrom l«low. and the 
Mollie Mohler, from the Mioue.-ota, came m 
yesterday. 1 he AlcLellan lett for La Crosse 
during the forenoon ; the War Eagle for I3u 



ot Gen. Lee aud his army, had developed 
a generous and deserved eontideuct: among 
loyal men ol all parties, in the ability of 
Mr. Lincoln to produce order out ol con- 
fusion, and tj bring back the seceding 
States to their duty as loyal members of 
this great republic. The shock therefore 
ol his sudden and premature death ha.s 
plunged the nation into monrning, and 
the elation produced by the prospect ol 
a speedy peace has been followed by s 
corresponding depression, aud a feeling: 
ot doubt and apprehen.-ion. It is some 
alleviation to the great distress to learn 
that Secretary Seward, who was report 
ed to have also perished Irom the blows 
of the same, or an eqally i endish mur 
dererer, is likely to recover, and besto* 
upon the coimtry in the future as in the 



buque left at (1 r. >; , and the Manlcato lor 
Mankato a few raiimtcs later. 



LuxuKiKs. — ,lo Hall !i.is just received 
case of fresh oy.sters and a lot of new rad- 
isbe.-', the first of the sea.<K>n. ' 



Meuchints. — See adverti-^'emeut of 
J. J. Hill, lie is selling at Chicago prices 
with freight a Jded. 



Im.MIOKaTIOX. — We understand thai s 
considerable immigration has already cuin 
menced attracted by the tcrtilc lands of Min 
nesota. The First National Bank is foniisb- 
ing I.and Wanani-;, and College Scrip, by 
mail or express, at eastern prices. Iw 



past the benefits of his wise statesman . P.v3SK.\ok< Notick.— Tickets to all 
shif) and untiring zeal in the important points East and South at the ofHce of the 
position he has so long filled. 

I respectfully recommend that the City 
Council proceed to recommend such a 
programme of proceedings on the part 
of the city as will evince the deep regret 
with which the late sad tilings have beei. 
received, and testify also that hiimiliatioi 
before Almighty (iod, which i* peculiarly 
proper and becoming in a Christian pto 
pie, when vi.s.ted by his deserved chas 
tisement. 

JOHN .s. PKINCE, Mayoj. 

Aid. PH-khnm offere.l the following 
resolutions which were adopted : 

Whehe.vs, Intelligence has been received 
that the funeral obsequies of Abraham Lin 
coin, late President ot' the United State<, wil 
take place at Washington on Wednesday, 
April 19; and, 

Whkrlas, Orders have t>een received by 
Brigadier General .Sibley, commsnding the 
District, that all labor in the oflices under hi: 
cumraand be suspended. Sec. ; therefore, 

Re\ehtd, That it is respectfully recommend 
^d that all busintss be suspended throughout 
the city to-morrow (Wedne.sday, April 19), 
and that the bells throughout the city lj« 
tolled during the tiring of minute gun.-;, com 
menciug at 1*2 o'clock m. 

ReMohed, That upon the day which may I)* 
appointed lor the purpose, St. Paul will uuit» 
with her sister cities of the Union in funeral 
honors to the illuhtri'm.-) deceased, and that 
to carry out that object, a committee be ap- 
pointed to make all necessary arrrangemeut-'. 

Hesolvei, That the City Hall Ije draped in 
mourning lor the space of thirty days, and 
that the members uf the Council will weai 
crape on their left arm tor the same spact 
of time. 

Aid. Peckham, Fitz ami Paine wer» 
appointed as the Committee of Arrange- 
ments. 

We append the formal notices of ar 
rangements. 



Northwestern Packet Company on the levee. 
The splendid boats of :his line leave St. Paul 
every evening at six o'clock and make direct 
connection at Prairie du Chien and Dunleith 
with express trains for the East and South. 
apll9-tf JAMES J. HILL, Agent 

*•* 

MixNK-HA-HA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery. The on/y place in the 
ity, where a full and complete eolkctiun o 
Photographs of Minnesota .scenery, Indians 
&c., can be had, of al' sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Oallery, No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photographs of our late President 
it Martin'.s. 4t 

U. S. 7-3()'s.— This investment is still 

the rage. Sales at the first National Bank 
for three days uf this week, .tJCj.OOO. The 
pre^^ent loan is t.iken up, but the Bank has 
them fi»r sale, and also .tJ;50,0«0 poldbearim; 
■>-20' 

Thr First Nation.^l Bank ok Sai.ni 

Paulfurnishe- through tickets fioin Liverpool 
ind Queeustown to .St. Paul, by Packet, Ship and 
StHnmer, at lowest rated. Also Drafts on Eng' 
laad, Ireland, Gfi many, SwitZHildnd,Swi'd*n and 
Vorway, aud all other European Slates. 

m ir.2U Imo .Mf rch nS, 16r>5. 



SUSntNSiON OF BUSINKSS. 

To-morrow (Wednesday) being the 
day appointed for the luneral of Presi 
dent Lincoln, we. the undersigned, agre« 
to close our places of business during 
the day: 



Cheritrec & Farwell 
Wm. F. Mason, 
E B Tenney, 
Wm D Rogers, 
L .Semper, 
O WNicolsA Co 
Pauline Dieter, 
Jacob NewDiuii, 
L C Burt, 
H Knox Tayioa 
D C Marvin, 
John Cnitis, 
A S Elielt, 
Geo Little, 
John A Stees, 
Cdthcart & Co, 
H M Shaw & Co, 
RootfcOady, 
Camon Oreenleaf, 



D W Ingersoll & Co 

O W Phelps, 

R C Strong, 

R Echford, 

Nicols, Ueon & Co 

.lohn Fitsch, 

J B Campt^ll, 

.N'iehaus \T'o 

Mrs A K Kiefer. 

MungerBros , 

R VV Carver 

W H Blum, 

A Herzberg, 

WmLee, 

J H Camp. 

J B Lygo, 

A Blakeman,[pr clerkl 

C Proal, 

C D Strong, 



Jo Hall's Bill of Farm.— Jo. Hall 

lencs up to-day. Mallard Ducks, Wild Geese, 
Jouut Oysters (best m the world) pheas- 
ints, Juckg, turkey, (coid or hot) venisou and 
porter housb steaks, mnitoo cliops, bam, 
alg's feet and tripe, the best cellerv, macker- 
el and herring. 

Private apariment for ladies. 

SiUiard Hoomt cUtached, with six Phelan 
oaarbic top tables, two lour pocket (the ouly 
ones in the State), and carom (lor amateurs), 

Liqriors. — Spiced rum punches, egg nogg 
ipplc toddy, torn aud .jerry, sweet cider, ale 
imported, wines and liquors. 

novH.lf. 



liOUACK R, BIiiKLOW. UKRKXLKAr CXAHK 

Blfirolo-w Sc Olarlc, 

A.TrORNKYS h, COUNSELLORS AT LAW 
Office lu nernheiin-r Block, Third sti^et, 

*pl-«m St._Paul, Minn. 

WOOia 



UAY AXU X.IJIIB. 



lj»iox4' Hall — George Bena propne 

cor. This Hall has lately been rehtted in a 
oacuer Uiuking It tho Onost place ol resort in 
ihecuy. Mr. Benz has iutrodaced three of 
Phelan's tine maibie bed Billiard Tables in 
:he HiUl, au i bus created a splendid paten 
lir fouataiQ ior Ale.s aud Porter on draught 
Che Bi.r is always sapplied with the finest 
.^ jquors azii Cigars. Ue keeps constantly on 
iraught i'hiiadciphia Ales and Porter. Uen- 
tine Keinish ^ices (direct Importation) from 
Jermuuy— ail t^d vlaicages — on band. Extra 
iao BranUias, Sherry wine, Port wine, (for 
aedlcul purpooes.) by the bottle or gallon. 
«-dlr 



VUX. AMIChlOAN EXFRKaa CuMfANI 

jVOuIc raspeotfbliy announce to the Mervihants ot 
-.hlsijiiy aud vloinity that they arQ now i>reparec 
.0 bring forward Irom La Crosse, Wis. anUde 
tverto points cf destination ail "Mett> ants 
Olspatoh" and ordinary Railroad freight. 

MercU&uts and others who may wish to aval 
'hems^lvos of this means of transportation, wil) 
^iessd Biarii their goods to our oars at t>a Crosse 
a tha sumo tliae (tivlng as notioe so that we may 
<6a thst £UQh goods are delivered te as atLt 
>OBce, without any nnneoeesary delay. 

Vor tsriff rates oali at their ofioe, 219 Third (t 



jpsosltt! Stage OiSoe. 



E. V. V^AKBTKB, Aff«Bt 



TicKKT.s FOR TIIK East. — The ticket 
office connected with the La Crosse line of 
steamers is now open und through tickets can 
rje procured to all points in the East. Offlcdf^'em appeared rather downcast, but the 

on the levee at the foot of Jackson Street. 



D. C. Gkicbnlbaf has the largest and 

best a.ssurtment of Holliday Goods in the city, 
iu Oreenioafs Block, ntartbe Post OlBca 
decir.tf ^^^^^^^^^ 

C'itpturfd Ift«b«l Oflc«ra Iflaivblws 
VHrmmetk WtaeklartssB. 

Four hundred and forty-one rebel ofli 
iv.rs, captured by Sheridan iu the recent 
operations, have arrived here. Among 
■-hem were Lieut. Gen. F'well, Maj. Gen 
Kershaw, G nv. Barton, Simms, Corse, 
Dnboise, and Commodores Hunter and 
Tucker, of the rebel navy, and Hampton 
They were taken to the office of Colonel 
fograham, Provost Marshal, where they 
were detained for some time, while the 
iiecessary formalities were gone through 
with. (leneral Ewell, and some of the 
sick and wounded re'jel officers we.re 
taken in an ambulance During their 
stay at Col Ingraham's office, the Gen- 
erals, who were invited into his room, 
were visited by a number of friends and 
former acquaintances. Major Generals 
Ingalls and Miti-hcock called upon Gen. 
Kviell, the latter being a classmate ol 
his, aiil both old army acquaintances. 
The irfit-1 ullicers above named are all 
now on their way to Fort Warren, in 
Boston harbor, where they will be con 
fined for the present. The other inferior 
officers were sent to the Old Capitol 
As they marched through the streets 
they attracted much attention. Some of 



ap-S-tl. CHAS. THOMPSON, A^ent. 

A9CAX. a*TIOM» 

E. L. ALi.f.v, formerly of the New| 
Tork .store, JUinneapolis, , bas bought the !i tore; 
snd lot near the Nicollet House, and is daily ex j 
pecting his entirj new Mtock uf Dr> Goods, Hats,| 
Caps, Ac, bought atauction and panic prices. 

•liri^li 



■majority, evidently appreciating their un 
■fortunate situation, were pleased that 



Prt'^ldenl Liinrolii's Itleetitit; 
Willi Creii. Sltcrinan. 

The following incident inMr. Lincoln^ 
rec nt visit to the army will have a 
mournful interest now : 

"The following comes pretty directly 
from good authority, and may be curious 
to those interested in the significant 
meeting, so lately transpired, of the tliree 
mo.^t pruminoiit men of this hemisphere. 
Major Gen. Sherman, with a single aid- 
de camp, approached the headquarters ol 
the Lieutenant (reneral, who, being iioti 
tied, appe^ired, greeted his great rival 
heartily, and, taking both hi.s hands, led 
him for a few moments "behind the can- 
vas," from whence, issuing together, 
they strolled down to the boat to meet 
the President. 

(leneral Grant "Mr. Lincoln, allow 
me to introduce to you General Sher 
man." 

Mr. Lincoln (in character as joker) — 

How do you do, sir ?" extending ohi 
hand only ; then, wiih well-feigned inno 
cence, turning to Grant, "Excuse me, 
what Sherman ?" 

General Grant— "W.T." 

Mr. Lincoln (with sudden and bolster 
ous welcome, taking the new comer by 
both hands and shaking him heartily) — 
•General Sherman, how do you do, sirH 
— how do you do?" Turning again to 
the Lieutenant General, "Are you quite 
Bureihisis W. T. ?" 

Smile and bow. 

"General Sherman, how do you do, 
sir? — how do you do?" and the "joker," 
having shaken the hero ot the Anabasis 
as all the terrors ot the wilderness had 
failed to do, strode up and down the 
deck, rubbing his hands and congratula- 
ting, in a very high-pressure style oi R. McLagan. Clerk 
school-boy ebulition — ([uite edifying to 
behold." 

» » ♦ « » 



— The American Minister has demand 
ed satisfaction of the Portugese govern- 
ment for firing'mto the Niagara. He dc 
manded that tlie American flag shall b 
saluted by the forts which fired, and th 
dismissal of the (lovenior of the forts 
American commanders deny any inten 
tion of sailing when fired. 

— The correspondent of the Londoi 
Time*, writinr from Riduaond on thi 
4tb of .iyfrr<^b, says : "t aoi daily iaor< 
onvinc^l that if Richmond falhtand Le 

d Johnston are driren from the field 
it is but the tirst stage of this colo9s>t 
revolution which will then be completed. 
There wUl ensue a tiuii) when uvery im- 
portant town of the Sonth will Require to 
be held by a Yankee g»rrison-^whi>n 
exultation in New York will be exchauge< 
for soberness aud right reason, and wht-u 
it will be realized that the clo.sing scene.* 
of tl^ mighty revolutionary draoaa wil 
not be played out in the time of chil- 
dren's "children-" _'_■*"" " ' 



a. A. PRKSCOTT. 

[Successor to PENNY k. MEAGHAM,] 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer jn 

Wood, Hoy & ILiime. 

Wocd Hawed, split and delivered inasy^uautl 
tity. Orders solicited and promptly attended to 

Office and Yard, comer Fourth and St. Petei 
« I reels. 

apri«i-nm 



C. A. PUE600TT. 



We lis\ <■ a lot of the Largest Eggs of the sea 

son, lip lop lor EsktiT. 



fiOOT & CADYl 

Saint Paul, Minn., 

Have on hand the largest and most carefully| 
selected stock of 

SHEET IWEITSIC 

Wea t of Chicago. 

MUSIC BOOKS, 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENT! 

AND 

HUsfeAL MERCHANDISE.! 

OF EVERY DE.SCRlPtION. 
WHOLESAE &. RETAIL AOR.VTS FOR 

Will. B. Brailbury & .I.W.Yost^ 



NElXr GOODS I 



p. W. Ingersoll k Co. 



Are receiving; by express from the late 



PANIC AUCTION SALES 



III NEW YOHK. 



8I»I^"K1M>II> RTYXA^.S 



UK 



riVF:-v\' :oir.T^AiNii:H! 



Ileal ^$tttte, &c. 

rkaZTestateT*^ 

|M[oi*graii &, IVIcCloiid, 

A.s?**nts and Df^alers. 
I8A11VT PAXIL, MIIVN. 
EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSluN- ' 




AN1> 



dl y 




vm 




Sours rvieew to Uiy and sfll ProiiertycavTaies 
|*n-f-o(.:...! l.i.mjs r.,illt'et R,-nts, lacHe Laud 
i;V6rr8nt!i,aiii! iioaliaod ever>thtnK innn- ed 
Swithii (•.•nertl Itial Estate .A^i m^y 
VSe Invite attintion to our l.iSts of 

'CITV A COUNTi: Y PBOPKRTY" EOH .SA I E. 

|Ando.Ter BAIJGAINS In both. Aniongthta 

'Di.T ticril Uu-lnpf3 Cornerln t»t Paul. Meo 
100 fe«t on 1 liird .Urcet. ' 

160 fet*t OH Seventh street. 
LdtH iu !ill II;... Husiceori streets. • 

Kiiruished Houses, tl/tX), $4,&uo, and %\b &M 
acfi. ^ ■ 

Hou-es and I otn lr.:ni JjijOto » 25 ,000 eat u 
l>-id.'ni.v l.ou iu St. Paul aud eUewtiere. 
i< •rnis Htiii !• iirmiug Ijiudn. 
MmerHl I.a>i,iti. 
Piu' Istida, .'-to., etc. 

*"lli'''" ^ ''-'''"*f '* ***" "•■ pnrcuaee are Inrltol 

.St. Paul, ►..I). Ji. ist'.i. 

— . .^ febVS I» it 






( 5 A. 3_. I C C> K B , 



ClBINETORGtHlpM^i^i!''^'^^^^^^ 



We sell at manufactory prices, and fully war 
rant every instrument, and bf^id^'s );uniautee t n 
tire satiefactioii. IJeRfrlptiee Piice I lets smton 
i^piioatiou, tte% of eliarge. 



KTK'W JVIUSIC.IBOOKS. 

THE MUSICAL CURRICULUM I 

iiv (;ko. k. root. 

An instruction book for the piano forte on a 
new plan,ea;br:icing not only a complete course 
of study, with fresh aud attractive miisicfor that 
instrument, but also voice culture, with songr 
and solfeggios for diflVtent stages of progre-s 
the art: ot accoiiipanyiu;.', liarmimy, &^c.; tht^ 
whole arranged in so piogres.^lve a manner as to 
famish a complete aud uuusuuUypleuting course 
ot study and practice, wliich aims ul the ajmnut 
rlcal deVeioproent of iitl the musical powers of llu 
learner. It is a royal ijaarto of 'iio pages, and 
contains liftypfr cent, nioie matter man Ih 
largo pianoforte instruction booku coumiou tc 
thi.<< country. 

PRICK i*4.r.O. 

Sample eppit's sent postpaidj on receipt of price 
Pahiished by 

K00114 CAl>V. 

THE SILVER LUTE. 

Enlarged Edition. 
IIY OROKUS t. KOOT. 

ThiH popular ringing book lor Juvenile clnseee, 
sofaool^ and acadcniios. lias ju!<t been r<.'via»>d and 
improved by the aduitioa ot 24 pag's of pGpulEi 
music, including "Jui^t Kcfoie the UatUe, Moth- 
er," "Just after the Battle." "Joiuiny Schrook- 
er," "Song of a Thousand Years " "The aoldiei 
Boy," "O Come you frotu the Ilattle Field,' 
"Vesper ?oug," "A Welcome to the .Soldiers.'" 
ic„ ac Ihe popularity of this book I-* attested 
by Ihe fact that it has already rf'adieit an is^'uu oi 
»,600 Copies. 

Pricp, .V) cents. $5 per Dozen, 

THE BUGLE CALL. 

IIV OKO, V. HOOT. 



Tlil'< book contains about dfiy of the inostpo 
ular patriotic ^'lees and four-part son($s, and 
lust ttic- ihing for loyal |>eople, wheiber in camp 
or at tlie Hre.^iide. Ni, lionk oX tbekind turnishe 



Some No. I Cheese- >^ood enough tor Easter, anytiiing like the quality and qoanlity here found 
Plcklen, Canned an 1 Dried Fruits, and Ojsters for the same amount ofiuonev. Price, ^'iCHnt-i 

#.1.60 jM-r dozen. 



good for Easlvrtime, 

Tea I, Sugars, Coffees, tipices— «I1 good and 
cheap. 

Flour. Apples, Onions, Potatoes, Turnips, 
Dried Apples, Beans, Peas, ftc. Ac 

These goods will be offered at the lowest poi 
Htble prices, and if not sold bt>fore Easter, we will 
willingly wait on you any time afterwards and 
dellrer them at your residences free of charge. 
I>UGAN, RUNNETTE AGO. 

St. Paul, April 16, I6d5. maririy 



IM COTTAGE tiKoVn, WAliHlNdTON CO, 



One Farm of lAO Acres, 

Embracing l>otb timber and fine pralfle, and 4Q 
acres uiicergood cultivation, with 

UOOU AfrKI.I.VII« UOVSK, 

C«-llar, (Cistern, Stable and (jranary— owned by 
R.C. Kobinson. 

One Farm of 12§ Acres, 

Embracing fne limber and good prairie land 
with a b?uuttlul lake oi clear water — &0 acres un 
d r good cultivation, wltli gocd buildings, house 
barn, stable, granary aud sheds— oecupied by 
jubscriber. 

Any one wishing to locate wou'd do well to 
exaniiu« either of the above de<*cri bed premises 
beloie iiurcuSsing elsewhere. 

Enquirii at Cottage urove uf 



J. W. FOHBER. 
mar,t8-lia. 



March :{0, I8fa. 
jri-iarflfESOTA RIVKR PACKBT 

STKA-MTT.Fi SHlCRrOAJ*' 

Will ruu henceforth regularly on the Mlonesota 
river. A new boat for pasgoBgers anttffeight— 
has two good barges. L. W. POND, Master, 

aptl-aw 



LiBiiACH& c;o 
• Manufacturers .cf enperlor 

«IOAI? AHfI> CA.lVX>LlflS, 

Eagle street, near Upper Levea, 
UIUUESr MAHi^ET PRICE PAI£) VOH 

(.ia.f<l, 'Falloipv- and C3^rea,«ie 

i,<«K.\<'>i. iiani>lvdfc«rt *.w.vkarb«>« 



MINN K SOT A 

IHEALTH INSTITUTION 

At 8t. Anthony Falh, Mlnii. 



This B 



located house, late the Cbeevei 



Constantly on hand. 
Catalogues s-eut fiee cu application. 

apl6-tw&WIw 




A Nil 



WflOiE^AJiK 



Ou account of our !ncr«'a6iug Wholesale trade 
Ed to me.t till, wants of the advancing City aud 
State after the lir-t of April, we shall outage 



HOOP SKIRTS !|Exclusiyely iu the WMsale Trade, 



vrhli h, together with an 



•EXTErJr«lV13 JSXOCK 



oir 



UKY GOODS, 



I HEY WILL SELL AT THE 



ad as we sliiiil keep a fall stock unbroken by re- 
lling, an.] * 

Sell at Chicago Prices, 

jFreifjht udd.d, we are confident it will be for the 
|inteivrt of the Jlerchants of Minnesota to exam. 
'.I. GUV tloods bt-fcre pnrchasiug els. where. 

>« n. jr. H.ni'rKi a <o., 

incli231y et. Paul, Minn. 



Vt e hi.ve lor sa!.- a ;;otiUa<isorimeat of 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES.jlli U G G \ V. S , 

«>l'-"i', 'l'"P a^-d ■'^'dv .spriig. 
Those who want Dry floods shotild be sure andM^,^^^ ^,^^^^ ^^^ ,,0^,^ MM BEK \VAOOK.S, with 



c«ll at 

1). W. IN DERSOLL k CO.'S 

septl-ly 8T. PAUL. MINN | 



NEW r,Olil)S» NEW PRICES! 



Are receiving by Express 

Large Ailditions to their Stock, 

conslstliij? of all the novelties in 

Fo.reio;n & Hoiiieslif Dry (ioodsJ 



half .«prin|!s. 

0'f Tfrms iotr, /or cimh otily. Wo are con- 

i^fautly uuiiiutactuiiug E1K.ST-CLAS.S WOKK: 

have every facility; nee the best of fa»tein 

stock : hiiii letptctfuily utk a share ot patronage, 

N'. it.-ni- PAIKING IV ALL ITS BRANCHES 

Ktt< nded to prf.mptly,at ressonable rate*;. 
jiarFa-tor> ou Hobert i-treet, St. Paul, 3Iinn. 
apl2-d:im QCIAIBY A HALLOWELL. 

8ALKS STABLE. 

The subscriber pr<i>p<-.ses to keep a bALE8 
|-!T.> BLE at the stand rvcentiy oci.ui.ied ly iWo. 
|(iruter t the Parmer's liome,) 

]0N KOUItlU bT., NEAKST.ANlilONI'itT., 

KOIt TIIK 
jPurohasrt antl Hale ol Horses. 



Parties «le-irliig to purcIrjHe. sell ^t esclia, 
iHorse!!! itre r< i<pect(ully re<iuci-ted to cfcll 



|5«!e.-i .Stat,!e, 
l.•^■.■^l■:^lu'' 



lUauije 
ai tM 

.S. hAHN. 



^^p( §otij(;(ji. 



Biiving luadi! our (lurchases under the most 
jfavoraUe clrcanistuuces, we are enabled t.) otVerf 



-;o> 



B 10 A. LJ; T I i^ XT'L 



STlV.Cti OF 



SPRING DRESS GOODS, 

PtiiisrT«, 

OIRX^ATTVKS, 

CHAILX.TES, 

▲np WILL.MK 

Sold at Panic Prioes, at 

!«• Vklrd Wtr—t, •«. >*iaHli 

IMIMY 



186.5. SEKIJS. 1865. 



1 douse, is now open by the Minnesota Health 

■Association for the reception of guests and In 

l^alids. 

I/.. P. tiLAHS, M. D., 

past itt.. A170US1-A FAIRCUILD, M. D., 

|>Irs. K. A. GLAH.S, Afatron. 

IB. W. i'LUMMEK, ol Maine, PrrHuttiU. 

\K, M. a. \'\f.S.At., tSnancial Hictftaru, ' 

ht First National Sauk, Miniieapolit. 

Z. p. (JLAHS, M. I)., Supt. 

^e<>i4 :<m ^ 



■gr" 




fAIBbANK'S 

HTAMUAJID 

B O A. Cs £ S 



or ALT Km»a, 

AIM). WarnhooMl'mekiil.ttMl 

Presses, iLo.,Ao. 

PAUCBANKB.QREENLEAE a> CO.. 
17* tjAe Street, ChicuKo. Kor sale la St.FMl 

•Tbe Cominitte6 ofi 1fJoimet,rehave|Ve-oi>*»HoLuv"oniv^^^^^ .m 



reported on trade with the rebelliotis 



bey were out of the trials and safferingsBStatM, and there is not a thrMd o< t«eti 
land dangers whi<'li they had endured uo 
jlong. 



NOTICE. 



• » ♦ 



—A V\ii>biogton dispatch says: The Butler's bun Js, that he smuggled contra 



Sober Facts for Thinking People. 



[order tor the redaction of the army has 
>[)read consternation among political 
■eneral:!, who it is uadbrstood, are to be 

It be first thrown overboard. Geo. Grant 

jkcep.s himself secluded since bis arriyai 
in th. city. Uo has had several interviews 

jwith the President and heads of the War 

[Department. Most comprehensive 

leasures for the pacification of the South 
ire known to be in contemplation. 
— A special to the Post dated Wash' 

ington, April 13, says: "Although Mr. 

'Seward stiff »r!i severely, he has been able 



Year af : er year, for an eighth ot a century, the] 
press of the country has chronicled the beaetlclal 
Bffecta of UOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTEBS.] 
s'diton.aiithorH, physician*, morchiBts, officer 
of the army und nav>, chemtstt*, counsellors,! 
dituisters, of tbe gosp. 1, in short, a exeat cloud 
of v^itneesesofev.ry profession, tratle and call-Ji*'* '^''='*'® '^'^ .dispatches to our Ministers 
Ing, have testified to H» efficiency a? a tonic and**^'"*'^ In these dispatclies heUkes 
regubtUng medicine. The names and statementsfl^'^'' 1^°""*^ ^^^^ ^^^ *^ >* O^^' <^°d ^^ 
of these witnesses have been published In theK^^^^^on crushed. Mr. Seward also ap- 
publio prints. Many ol them are well known toj[P''''^9 foreign governments that it is ex- 
tiie whole public. Their testimony bta s^rer Vpected rebel pirstes will DO longer be al 
been cnallenged or impugned. Upom evldencejlov/ed to enter foreign portl." 



mouy against Butler, except that of aB The oopartiiershlp firm heretofore eaUting un 
man whose written confession is now inB'l»'r »he name of BIQELOW A DALRVMPLE 

has been dissolved by the mutual consent of iV 

laiembers 



band of war in Norfolk, and was airr<^ste<! 
and fined for the same ; and that in hii 
elTorts to escape from the consequences 
of hrs guilt, he subprfuaed one of bisi 
clerks to commit perjury, to rid himself 
of the charge brought against him. Tbe 
self-convicted scoundrel is the only wit-l 
ness against (len. Butler, and he testifiesj 
only to what he professes to have heardl 
some body s:iy, bat not to a word that he | 
knows. 

— Gen. Carhngton publishes a card inl 
which hn says the charge6 against him arel 
iufamou;! atttuiipls to obliterate the cred- 
it of his services in Indiana. His rrlendsl 



Persons having claims against the Arm are re'- 
luested to present them forthwith lor paymen 
It the office of 

BICiBX^Vr * <;l.AI»K, 

|Andtho'-e iudet^teu to it are exhorted to equal 

:l:Ce. 

St. I aul, April 1st, 1S<B. 

IIOBAOE R, BIGELOW, 
apl aim OLIVEK DALRYMPLB. 



QrtiUit ledial Circahr 
Im PiUitM! 



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WFlfte^-n"** large 
letter page* for two 
3 cent stamps. 




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I'oMiiK M«n'ii MvUlral AdvU«r. 

Gratuitou.-> advice given lu dicieases ol the ner 

.\_ • .. \ , ^rous, semiuul, urinary and »exual organs, in tbC' 

say the entire matter has grown out of sBreports ot the Western Mecioal AssodatloB, 

«•;<>. .n/ia><.ton/i:«» «;>L tLa p. _„„_,„_„ ■wlilch are sent by mail In sealed envelopes, ttft 

[misunderstanding with the P*yma«ters,B„ charge. The organization was formed to dU- 
nd that all the money for which he is re-IP®*!:; "/.T '"".."''"^'^ treatment, and i» 
^ Bdoaed of the well known ' 

ponsibie is deposited in Harrison's b»'^.P^-S",t'il€K'5oN''HERBBKT » do., 
ready to be turned over. .. | fw»u-e«dsm Box 43«, CHnoUuiatl Oi 



Heeded ! HeedH I 

QARDRN, GRASS AND KLOWER SKKDSI 

__ • 

DAY & JBNKS, 

DRXJCi^OIS rs, SAIISTT t»ATJti, 

llRAI.RK<l IK 

aBA88 8 EKUH- Timothy, Clover, Red Top 

Hungarian, Blue Grass, Orchard and JLawn 

Grass, 
GARDEN SEEDS— By flie Found, Box, or Pa 

per. In gt^at vai iety. 
FLOWER SEEDS— The largest an4 best assort 

Inent in this State. 
RIJTA BAGA and TURNIP SKKO, Wholesale 

and Retail, - ape-dAwAm 




llf OKTC}AC!«l»AI.K.— Where<^ 4flfaBll f 
|IU. hart been made In thccoiiditious olacenaia 
iu;.itpage, niaoe and del vered tiy l>avidM Bar- 
iHiur still t^iizabeili harbour, hiit wile, of the city 
of I'ittsbuigj in the .Mat*' of I'enusylvauia, to J. 

e 



» line of goods ^ hicli will be attractive ,0 all -'^^^^:^:^\;^'^^^-^^^:-^ -,^, 
leek lor the New, the I'.eautilnl niui tii« (iL.od. gof Miuui-^Dla, to secure the j.avuieut of tw.niy 

Teiidflffing oui' thanks for the liberal patron«>T*Btwo hiiin!..il uuit iil;y dollari? ($r.'.'>o, ^ au.l inter- 
bestowod upon i» iu the i,ast, wh would respect-B^"' «"«'r««»''. a«cording to the conditions ol ain* 
fully solicit a routinuanco of tlie : awe -with iiit 
assurance that it shall b«- our aim tj make all] 
business trautjutiou^ liolh j-leasnut auii pr jtlta 
t>le to tbe liuyec . 

Remember thf "Old House," 

St. Paul, April C, 1»*55. a pl-ly 

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kor <>a!a t^y 
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NICOLS, UEAN & CO.. 
Agents lor .Si. PauL 

-^KflOACl«l NMKVC'KKW. 

LI 1.4 Li .to mVKHrfV, 

SIHEWEHS OKI 
Attn 

O I* e a. m X* a 1 e -A. I e« 

li.AOiH:]k< i3B:U',U. 
PORTKH iiNI) HKOWN .S'iXlIj'f 

KOK SALE 11 Y 



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lpromi!<:<oi'y notes, each bearing ••> en date with 

Issiil ii.ortgage, liud (aysbie tesprctiveiy as fol- 

llows Oiie iu six uiouths, oue in tnelve, one in 

eighteen, oue iu t»enty-four. one in thiriy, oue 

lin thirty-six, one in lortv-two, oue in forty-eiffWt 

l.tu<l one in tilt). four laouths .riim date, with in- 

Iterebl tlier>>oii it ihr-raler.t 7 p.-r cent reran. 

Inuin. pavalile iemi-suniiaily, which <uid mort- 

Igagn Is datr-d the tir.'itdayuf April, ISOl, aii<! 

Iwas duly recorded iu the ollice of ilie Kegisior of 

|Oei<ds tor tim County ol Ramsey, in the sata 

■State of Aliuiicsota, ou the 'j:iA dsy of May, 1&6I, 

gat 4 oVlook r. si., iu book "U" ef Mortgages, on 

l|4iges bit, ."iij'J a till Mki, and the amouut now 

Icla'ioed to bi^ due on said notes and &.ortgags 

ud i.-! due nccortJiiig to th" temiS thereof ithe 

.IrstoftliP aliove ineutloni d notes having tH'eu 

Ipaid}, br^ing two thousand one hundred cud six- 

y two dollars and lorty six cents (i:.:,102 46) and 

uo proctedii!g« nt law having been icslituted to 

:ull> ct s- i . nior1g;;pedebt or any part tlitfreof 

Now, ti.erelore, not ce in hereby given, tlia' t y 
virtue of a power of iuie contained in said mori- 
, e, aud pur. uaiit to the hV:>tute in such case 
ovide •, the mortgaged pr^ mlses described in 
nd (ouve^td by said mortgage, Ijing and t>eiag 
;ln the coutily of Kamsey aud .btate of Minnesota, 
,nd de?crit.ej as follows, viz: Lots twenty-fi\e, 
twenty rlx, rweniy-seven an-t twenty-eight In 
Block one of K.rn's addition to St Paul, scold- 
ing to the recorded plat thereof on tile in the ol- 
oi the h.'xi^ler of Deed.s aforei-uid, will t% 
d at ptiblic s le at the front door ot the Court 
House In the said city ol Saint Paul.ou Thursday 
h<4 lath duy of May. a, i>, Ibiu, at ten o'clock in 
ilhe foreiiuuu, for cash, to pay the amount now 
ue ou faid uoti-s and mortgage, uith iuterest, 
ts r.ii't thurgi;:, and also t<i tatUfy a li<^n 
imud for taxe.-; paid ou (aM lots, March loih, 
1865. by the said nicrigagee, to wit: $r.;.r5 for 
jthe year i.mH, aud *•."•.; .W lor the jear Itjtrl, aud 
__*hlch %\<r'' legally J.^^e6sed thereon (or those 
Jl^'vear.' re-n'c;iveiy, and the interest on the same, 
k'i^iaiountiii^' in the ag^iegate to the sum of %X-.K 
r^at the date thereof. 
^\ Saiat Paul, April lut, 1*5. 
^^ J. W. SEl BY, Mortgagee. 

F.f'vi ' Wif BE, Attorney Icr Morigsgep. 
we!''y ap5-rt 

ITATK UV miVBrEWOTA - THK 

9 OlSiIllCr t'OUlil KOK TUE tSEOCND 

QMU-XSi. lilt;TKlcr- Kauj;:. ) CoiiHj si, 

bummone. 

\ Rev--nue i>tamp, i 
( 5u cents. « 



A CUTgjmao while reMidlng iu S^ouih .\iiieriot 
M a luissicnaiy, disooverei! a «afe una simpl^'j 
re,medy for the rure of Neivous Weakness, Earn«i 
Decay, JJIeeanei. of the Urinary and Seiuiual Or-||^ 
gans, sold the whole train oidisord-rs biougliL^ 
on by baiiHlul a id vicious habits. Great niimb<i s ' 

have b.'.tn alreiidy cured by this noble remeoy r . », ^.i .p ■- u 

Pronipt.idby a lp«ire to beneJit the lUUicted uul'vjwile, a».'aiast r>«ncy L^ch. _\\ illiaw W. Leech 



WilUainJ. Jianniug and Msr}' A Binning, his 

Prompt. Ill try a iPwire to OeneJit tun lUUicteu ineLSIwil'", a».'aiast nancy L^ch, \\ illit 
unfortunate, I ivlU .-end the receipt for prepariui-riKU-tab' th h. V* agley, J.<.. W^sgley 
and usin^ this uiedicine, iu a te ,led enveJojio, ''ijuTUe State ol .Miuu^sota ; 



sny one >tlio iit eds it, Eukk iw ('hakok 
Address 



m«hi4-iy- 



JOSEPH T. INMAN, 

Station L), Bible House, 
Mow Vork City. 



ei 
Whisk 



These Bitters arc prepared iu pure \<<mr<>oa 

y, from a combination of over lv,>enty dif-' 

ferant kinds of roots, barks and herbs, which act 



In perfect concert one with tlie other^ prepared!. 
fh>m the. original formula given by the |n«at| 



ahlef. Red Jacket, to Dr. Chapin, who. used themi 
.... ... .. j^^ 

tp _ 

plaint, CouHtijiation, Sick' anil N/brvou* Head- 



. . - y yes 

by their use gained so jgieat a popularity in' thef 

Live 

iclM, Eever aud Ague, aud idl dsiirtises ariei&t|| 

Xtbx^ torpid liver aud mdigesti .a. persons suf- ] 

ferlBIt from either of thesa If Athecme dis.mses ' 

wUlflud a sure cure by the uii«i of tlieHe Hinters, 

whieh are perfectlv pure and tree troiu all ihose 

dnif s and poisons usually p<it up in socli prepa- 1 

tlons and palmed off on hu naau^pectluf puDllc. 

A single trial will oonv1<dO» the most skeptrfeaJ 

that In the RED JACKJ-.Tther* Is virtue wb<ob 

ao Other Bitters posssH:>, 



Ttey strengthca awd iw«l«ort«te tike system. 
Tjoy are unequHled for geneiral debility. 
Isey are a sure eure ia» dyspupsia, 
Tfcey give a cood aikdjiealthy appetite. 
They assist digest ic». 
Thrty »r*»he liest sf imnlant in existence, 
Thoy tre ♦ prieveiDliye of guver an^l Agae. 
T'»f . !■•• ile\ e coustl uation. 
It.Of - ure nerao«« liesidBehe. 



I'l'««i tu-e i)erfKet4|i pure and palazable. 
".lU Jai" 

ImgglBtg 
coai4i y. Calf for Red Jacket and take uo other .Heel 



'^A 1 o the above nameU defendan' r : 

[j^ Yov, and each of you. are herelty HuniicoTied 

rljnii n-.juired to answer the comj laiut iu this ac- 

ilou, wnich has t)een tiled in the office ol Ihe 

,','ierlt of said Court, at St. Paul, in t-aid rounty. 

'd to f'rve a copy of your uuswer to tlu' ^ala 

„'33u{<jiai"t OB the bMbscriber, at Kin utt&ee, it :st. 

I>«^ni<$I*it: He C7o.Ci''aui, in t-ali* t>«nty, within twenty dais alter 

_______ gjihn .qeiSc^' "''"''= '"~"""'"^'"' "l"'" "*"'• '■*''^"-'** 

nTot the ilivof KUih .siTvite; aud if jou latl 10 
THE KOM.<1.WIHO SI-t.KNI.lO LIST UK l|,„g„..r \\\^ ,x;iui).ttiut within the lime aforesaid 

IWatches, CliuJus. Gold Pens and ^'^i^l^^^^^.^^^^^iX^,^^''""' 
oils, &e., worth $500,000, % »'-'^-^'^'"^^'"' ^Sj^v j.uoki?;'' 

Po he (.old at (.tlfW DOLLAR each, without re ^:l| l>ialutili''s AUur'uey. 
gartl to valno, aud uot to be paid until you knowKg«rej|-yin"0^7t Third-st., bt. Paul, Uiaa. 
[what you will r.-ijeiw. J| . - ^ . . 

100 (johl Hunting Gasi) Watches. . .each flOO.t 

100 Cold VVato tea "'.D.n ij^i | 

liOO ladies' W Itches ;Ui.(.(; 

500 .Silver W-.itehej $ir>00to $'.'o.uH .Special Term— March 2H, IMS.. 

•Oo Gold neck and Vent Chains. !J.<)0 to IS.WjS - , i, . . ,- %^\-\.m.\^ 

1000 ChatelainsndOuard Chains s.<-o to P.wB In th-? matter of the estotc of Abljah B.'ake- 

MXXJ Vest au<l I eck Chains 4.00 to 12 (( l||ma>< , deceased. 

1000 Solitaire .1 it & Gold brooch's 4 w> to V'<»q On nadlo^' au"! flUng the petition of .«ar«li 
1000 Corai, Lav I, Garnet, '■ :t.<» to 
7000 Gold.Jet Opal, ftc, Ear Drops .'t (s.> to 
SOOOGents' Uriast &. Scarf Piu«. ::.t>o to 

iWOOOvalBand Urscrleis .t.oo to 

iOOO Chased 15r wiets b.Oo to 

iSOO Cal. Diaiut ud Pins & Kings. :i SO to 

20OO Gold Wat I'll Kry " -V) to 

5000 .Solilairi' S.Uut.A Studii..., 2.O0 to 

3000 Gold Tliln f<tT< 4 l* to 

$000 Miuiature lA)okel« :' 0« to 

3000 Miuiature Lockets, magic... 4.00 to 
'2500 Uo!d r.'.ollipicks.troSBen,lfco li.OO to 

«XW Kob aud Kil^bou ^lidetj a oo to 

>000 Chased Gt id Itintre v.iM to 

WOO tJtouH Met tings 2.00 to 

BfiOo Sets Ladies Jewelry, Jetaud 

Gold e.CU lo 

3000 Sets Ladle a Jewelry, varied 

biyles :i.00 to 

.(000 uold Pens Silver Case und 

Pencil 4.00 to 

lOOO Pens, Ooh. Cuse A P mil.. . 6.00, to 
1000 (^Id I^ul, fiold moinited 

Holder '^.00 to 

All the goo'ls in the above list will be 8».>l4 
*ltliout resevation. FOR ONE DOLL.O: 
EACH. Ceriiii^s'tes oi all thr various a; !icl«»- 



Ho' R 
•» • » ft 
«utiy. 

Oirvaklfit'a to the ttade su| 



•rs to the ttade supolied on appllci lion to repre 



4BA(v«*r A«r«««, Clilc air<*. 
For sale by all Druggists ana Grocer*. 
Mi7-eowdtwAw-w fsisu 



JT O T I C E 

ItakeU 
tbaft wMk 



Inr pnttUA'fK c-otitx— state of 
JUlNM'.virA— COL':>TV OE KAMtEr, 



Btil^JBlakeioan, jniying, forreii.ons Ihereiu set forth, 
" '*^,1that lestern of a'tniinistration on said estate may 
*> '■'Siibe cr.-iiit* d to her ; 

».<Mi It is orde.f»d,tli»t Wednesday, Uie •Whdayof 
10(«j^4pril, A i>. JNVi, at 10 o'clock lu tlie loreiicon, 
^<''KattheofliC4» oftlie Judge of l lolate iu Phauix 
••.(t gjtfitnk, 111 tlie fityol.Saiutl'aul, be assigntrt lor 
>''''*fSthe hejfiag ol s.iUl )>e<iiioii, iiel that the heirs at 
«i Wfcllaw of Ihe Bii-d rtecoASfd, and ail otAer person.'' in- 
teresie.l ill said estate, are leijuired to api e«r at 
J* session of the Probsie Cc.urt, then aud there to 
ibeh.ildei!, U) show csuse, if auy there te, why 
■the uraver cf eaiups-Utlon should not l>« gtanled. 
' R. K. CKOWELL 



I prayt 
we8'y-iuch"Jii-4t 



Judgie of Prohttte. 



tt.O<l 

no.ul 

<T.0(| 



re piao<«d la si milar envelopes hui* eeaied. Tbeitt I 
aeket Hiiiere are sold iu oiu rt bot-iJIenvelopis will te geut Dv mall, or delivir-d 1 
tits' « ftil dmgglBtR atid deaVi>rs tbioughout the 



1 take this piethod oflnformUiK injlat s aUeit. 
led of the well known phyfldaas; to whota.aUHUiat wMk StMcxMptton of some canut epedUIji] 



of. aO my pa|>en are left In 
iaAB.V.Ciow«U, 




other iu the Hit of thi* same value. 
Iq all transai tioks by mail, we ohevge tor IoT' 



wat'dlngthe iirtlticateu, pa) iijg postage aiiU do ^^ ___ _ ^^_ 

ing the businei a, 25 centi, each Five certadcates^ ^e utayerutsaid petltioncr.shoiiid «o* he 



ofii 

b. CO(>FKJI. 



wfll be sent fo • |1 ; eleven lor f2; thirty for $5; 
sixty-five lor f 10 ; and one hundred for $15. 
) We guarontm entire batisfaction in €very 1: 

(v*a»oe. 



\ 



IN ■•ROltATE CJOKTMT — STATE OK 
MlNAtMilA COUNTY Olf KAMriEY. 

Jftohate Court— Special Term— March :."«, I'-^S, 

In the matter of the estate of Abram Broom, 
[dweai-ed. 

On re.tdins ami filing tlic petition of Reasa 
Brcoui, prayiug for rei;sous Iherelu set forth, 
t<luii a iitiinistnition on said estate may be gtaut- 
l«Kl lo her : 

It is ordered that 'Ihursday, tiieaOlhday of 
Apiil, A. I,'. l»i.5,at loo'cloik iu the loienoon at 

e Judge of f lohaie, In Phoenix 

ity of St. PHul, be assigned for tbe 
petition, a d that the lieJTi at 
neceased, and all other persons 
intere ^;i d iu said ettate, are required to appear 
at u ses-jiin ol «he Prebate Ooart, then and Hiwe 
lo tie huMcu, lo sho\\ csuce, if any ihere be, wny 
ihe 

3d. 

thn.y°.rasr.S0-4t. 



R. r. CHOWELL, 

judseofPratala. 



AGENTS e pedal terms to agentk. Addres 
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303 Broadway, N.V. 



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♦ 8AIN1 PAUL, APRIL 21, 1865. 



TO AD VBBTIS£B8. 

49- Tfiit pitp*rh3~'a naily, TriWtekly ami 

Weekly circulatioyi nfily Tr«bl« that of any 

ufier in Hinneiiota, an J there/ore presenti in- 

tlucements to advert lf>^r.^ t^-nrh ihey wilt uotfiwl 

tUeirhere. 



Space permits no remarks of oiv own, 
and rone arc needed, on the duty which 
now rests upon all loyal citizens, to give 
to President Andrew Johnson, the same 
hearty, zealous and gem-rous sHppoit 
which was givfo to his lamented prede- 
cessor. 

The mantle ot Abraham Lincoln could 
we feel more confident to-day than ever 
before, have fallen on no one more worthy 
to wear it, in the present <'risis, than 
Andrew Johnson. Bat for one unfortu- 
nate ind'Scretion, no one in all this broad 
land would (jiiestion his eminent fitness 
tor the exalted position to which be is 
called, and to oomplt-te ihe great work, 
the first and most olfEcult part of which 
was so gloriou-ly accomplished by Mr. 
Lincoln. 

Buf the concurrent testimony of all 
who know Mr. Johnson, proves that his 
utfense on tha^ occasion was an excep- 
tional mishap, and that the natural pre- 
sumption into which the mortitied and 
disgusted publi..' fell that he was an hab- 
itual drunkard, was utterly without foun- 
dation. The Chicago Tribune gives the 
toUowiug explanation of the fourth of 
AJarchWiiscj, fjr which it vduchcn on the 
authority of a gentleman high in clficial 
position ar..l public e-teeuj. who was con- 
versant with all the particulars. The 
tollowing is his statement : 

'• Mr. John-u>n, as our reader* may remem- 
ber, wa.s taken ill with tvphoitl fever in Jan- 
uary precodiiii; the iiiaugiiratiuii, and wa.<i 
drought down io the very verjje of the prave. 



THfi 



VOLUME V. 




-.^rifUgj 



B.HlOHA'rAO.^. 

We hear, with much safisfection, that 
gentlemen formerly connected with the 
State and City Government, as well as 
other leadiug citizens, propose a fund, 
now in cour.-!o of collection, from which 
to defray the expense of an Eastern 
agency to intluence emigration in the d - 
rection of Minnesota. New York city 
would probably be the headiiuarters ol 
such an agency. 

'1 hn is well. So far us emi^raufs ar- 
riving from Europe have not determmed 
their destination on ihi'' continent, we 
doubt not that an intelligent i^ad ac ive 
agent, representing the advantages of 
Minnesota, might be of esse.ntiiil service, 
and we ^hall welcome the tuccess of this 
plan, now uiidrr consideration. It is 
high time that there hhould be an initia- 
tive of some kind for eneouragemcnt of 
emigration. Uiher Western States are 
on the alert; and, with lh.« return of 
peacf - the relief from iLe intense .strain 
of war — we shall expect aievivalof civic 
zeal and entcrprize in this community. 
Let us sbaki oil" lethargy and go to work 
for the developement of mateiial inter- 



y^lNT VATJL. FRIDA.Y. APRIL 21. 1865 



Nt^MBER 90. 



THE GREAT TRA GEDY. 

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INTERESTING PARTICULARS. 




llMlORfil) ARREST OF THK 
ASSASSh. 



LATEST BY TELEGRAPH 



The President's Re- 
mains Lying in 
State. 



ing his convciousness. He has spoken 
twice this mornmg He sleeps most of 
the time and breathes regularly and easi- 
ly. His pulse and appetite arc good. 
The surgeon feels encouraged with re- 
gard to both. 

The messenger and nurse are both do- 
ing well. 



♦ » # « » 



Thi' Funeral of the President. 



est.-: 



Alter sfvoral wccUs" com>mt with that dan- 
gerous di.*ease, he passed tho crisis and l>ejran 
lo recover Dut lii.s constitution was so h.idly 
.<ihattcred that hi.s health improved verv 
slowly. Hi^pliv.^icians prescriheil stimnlant.-. 
in limited quantities to help liis .-iy.^tem rally 
from the mvapes <•( the lever. .\tx)ut a fort- 
night liefore the in.iuguration he wrote a let- 
ter to the President, stntintr that he was unlit 
to visit Washinfffon ; that ho wjis not ^uiflt lopi- 
ly restored to endure the faii^'ue of so long a 
journey, or to prc<iide over the Senate after 
arrivinjr there. He sugt'e.sted whether he 
jould not ?o lx.i'ore some Judge or magiti- 
.rate in Nashville and lake the oath of oiiice, 
■and avoid the necos'^ity of goine to the capi- 
tal. The President referred the letter to sev 
crat members of Congress, and they advised 
him that nn net of Congress, passed not long 

?revionslT, rendt-red it essentinl for Mr. 
ohnson to bo there on the 4th of March and 
•' ciuaiify," otherwise the office would have to 
be declared vacant. The President telc^raph- 
ed him to eome on, and he accordingly start- 
ed. He reached \Vashin>rt<>n very weak and 
;ndisposed. On the morning of 'he 4tti of 
-Viarch he was in the Vice-Presidents room, 
J> tag on a couch. lie complained that he did 
not possess enough strength to perform his 
pan of the ceremonies, to deliver his address, 
or take his scat as presiding otflcer. He was 
advised bv some of his triends, who were 
with him, to take a glass ot spirits just before 
the ceremonif.'; would begin, as the stimula- 
tion would impart to him temporary strength 
to perform hi> pan. 

Acting on this advice, he drank a glass of 
■orandy ; but, iu the weak cundition of his 
.nerves, it tiew to his head, and partially in- 
'oxicated him at the moment he was cilled 
JDon to appear in the ehaml>er. The seqnel 
we will not repejt. Alter the adjournment of 
ihe Senate he retired to the residence of F. 
P. Blair, Jr., at Silver Springs, and remained 
under his roof tor three weeks, where he re- 
rorered much of his former strengtli and 
health. >o man since the 4th of Mar.)h can 
Siiy that he has tasted ardent spirits, and he 
^as 8f)!emniy pledged his friends that the 
public will never agatn have c^nse of com- 
plaint against Usui on that score. 

'J'he New York Evening Post, of the 

l.*>th inst , contains the following: 

fJen. Bumside was accosted this morning 
in William street by some friend.s who chanced 
toremem>>cr that during the General's wes- 
tern comman<' he was brought into intimate 
contact with iudrew Johnson, then military 
governor of Tennessee, and must, therefore, 
know muoli al>out the character of the citizen 
who, by the death of Mr. Liacoln, suddenly 
becomes tbe head of the nation. 

Oen. Burnside was therefore asked : "Can 
we trust Andrew Johnson r Is he a drunkard, 
as has t)een «aid ■ ' The General replied ; "I 
know Mr. John.son Mell. He was military 
jfovemor af East Tennessee :', hen I comman- 
ded in the West. For some time he was in 
Louisville and Cincinnati, where I met him 
-it ail hours of the day and night, and in most 
iioportant consultations, and 1 cau say that I 
never saw him taste liquor of any kind, and 
uever saw him when I thought he' had tasted 
liquor. He was no drunkard then. In my 
opinion, he is a firm, loyal and talented stntes- 
man. " 

The same paper gives the following ar.- 

eciote equally illustrative of Mr. I.,in- 

cc'n's large-hearted charity, and of his 

ii ;i estimate of Mr. Johnson : 

An eminent portrait painter well acquaint- 
ed with Mr. Lincoln, and often admitted to in- 
timat3 anil unreserved couversation with him, 
gives ud this anecdote : 

Two or ti!ree weeks since, as he was talking 
with .Mr. Lincoln, allusion was made to the 
Vice President, Andrew Johnson. Mr. Lin- 
coln expreesed himself in warm terms of that 
tcentlemun's merits, observing that he had 
done nobly for his country. 

"Ho Is too much of a man," continued 
Mr. Lincoln, "for the Americ-an people to 
c^st him off for a single error I" — V. ¥. Eve- 
ning fott. 

As to the rest the following extract 
from a speech delivered by Senator Doo- 
litde at Racine, Wis., sets forth with ad- 

rhat 



A commissiof.er of Kmigration — if there 
was such an otlijcr — would probably re- 
gard the camps of the Union army as the 
UK St piouiliing field of labor which now 
oliVrs. Some months must elap.se beiore 
til • army will be disbanded, and hence- 
toirh t'cre will be thousands of .soJdiers 
who will eagerly seize any reliable infor- 
m i;ion which would aid them iu selecting 
future homes. A brief circular — aa oon- 
di-.ised a statement as possible of the in- 
ducements to go to Minnesota — should 
be instantly utruck off and scattered by 
thousands, in hospi;als, in bai racks, in 
camps, wherever the aruiy is iiovv, and 
will be during the next three nior.ths, 
resting from its gloiious labor, and an- 
ticipating an honorable dificLarge from 
■*er\ii c. Our Minnesota rcgimci.ts ha\e 
been capital agencies of emigration,— 
firstly, by their hcioic and exemplary 
conduct, an.i aho by their well known 
enthuiiasiii in behalf of the State whose 
namj a;:,! escutcheo.i tht-y bear en their 
banners. The soldiers of Minnesota 
could tfllcicntly circulate cur iiivitaticn 
to their comrades in arms to stcure future 
homesteads on the ;:ources of the Jlfissis- 
sippi, 

V\'e repeat the expressioii of onr grati- 
fication at this evidence of renewed pub- 
lic interest on tl is viral Mibject, and 
shall follow the present announcement 
with further practical suggestion.s as to 
the Lest uielhod of at.'racting population 
to thi.s .State. 



W.xsHiNCTOjr, .\pril 17— But little can he 
aildcd to d.iytu the developments of the last 
few days. The evidence which the Govern- 
ment IS acciinuiiating spreads over a broad 
area of facts, which will wisely be kept from 
the general view nniil the proper time comes 
for them to be ma.le known. Enough has al- 
ready been "developed to show that the assas- 
sination was ihe result of a deep-laid conspir- 
acy — most carefully formed and skillfully ex- 
ecuted—as tar as President Lincoln and the 
Secretary of .State are concerned. While a 
party otMarylanders were being escorted to 
the old Cnpitol to-day, a mob rushed on the 
sjuard and txme near reaching the prisoners. 
It was not until the soldiers were ordered to 
present arms and make ready that the mob 
desi.sted. They threw stones" and sticks, and 
manifested a great desire to get hold of the 
prisoners. So extensive had b.>en the precau- 
ii"H to keep the prisoners from the hands of 
the mob, that the cavalry men were heavily 
protected. I'here had been most intense 
interest manifested to-day to know if 
any of the assassins had been "captured. 

Vice-President Johnson has ISooth's own 
hand-writing, requesting an Inteniew with 
him, to conlirm the .suspicion that his a<>sa.ssi- 
uaiion wa.- intended. 

The clerks at the National Hotel are posi- 
tive as to two men calling for Booth on Fri- 
day, ami one is tielievcd to be Suratt. 

Both these men were here that day, and 
now nr-iihtr can Ijc found. 

It is thought here the assassinatioa was 
planned for two weeks beibre, and that the 
murder of I'rovost Marshal Watkins in Prince 
George county, a:ul the surgeon of the steamer 
Harriet lioford, are parts ot the scheme that 
was thus carried out, whi'o the rest of it failed. 
Aiioot that time, the clerks of the National 
Hotel noted thar JJooih was in the habit ofgre- 
ceiving a dozen or two letters daily, and had 
they not tjeen post-marked in some town in 
I.,<)wer Maryland, would never have excited 
suspicions. 

Wasuinoiov, .\j>ril 17 —since sending my 
previous dispatch, inteUigmce lias reached 
here leading to almost certain belief tbakthe 
ass.assin of Secretary Seward has been arrest- 
ed, dressed m woman's clothes .\ man thus 
dressed ha-' been arrested, this simple act is 
a confession of his guilt, while his personal ap- 
I)earanee wfll he perfectly established on be- 
ing placed in nixle attire. He has t)ecn put 
in a prison where no one can reach him and 
the location of which is such that lew can sur 
round it. 

There is now greater hope than ever that 
B oth will be speedily caught. 

Secrf t«iry Seward passed rather a sleepless 
nighl in cons&^uence ot sitting up and read- 
ing beyond his strength yesterday. To-day 
he has been sleeping several hours and is 
quite comfortable. 

Fred Seward retured to consciousness this 
morning for the first time and recognized his 
wife and others around him. 



THE GRAND DISPOSI- 
TION OF THEM 
DETERMINED, 

*- — ■ ^ ^ 1. I ■ 

Senator Seward and his 
Son Better. 

HIGHLY IMPORTANT ARREST. 

Seward's Assassin Caught, 
GOV. VANCE CAPTURED. 



FBOin BALTIinORE. 



THE .4<«SAKSfNATI4»N. 



THl! RECOIX. I.^ VinC}I!>E.&. 

Already the rt bels begin to experience 
some of the cfl'ects of that change ol 
policy which the recent violent change of 
aiimiuistration has superindncef!. A 
Times AVashiugfon .special of tLc l.'jtb 
says : 
" Import int action took place here yesrcr- 



I-AlITICri-.M^t OV THE ATHCIC ON MU. SEW- 
ARD. 

Washixoton-, April 18.— George F. Robin- 
sOHj^ a soldier and nurse who was in attendance 



day adecting the reconstruction movement 
in llicUmond, aud pariiculariv tt at. portion of 
itpropo.sing a se.s>ioii of tho rebel IcRisla'.ure 
in Richmond, iu tlm very f.ice of the thou- 
sands of real Union men over whom thev 
so long held evil iw.w. (iencrals Weit/.el 
aud frhepley have ln-eu superseded for their 
action. Secretary ."^tanloii does not approve 
of bhepley's order concerning the praver in 
the Episcopal churches in reference to the 
President. Tne assemblage ui the Virginia 
legislature will be permitted onlv under aire>t 
for treasun. 

" President Johnson in a private conversa- 
tion, said lie would not commit himself to n 
policy which wonld prevent visitine condign 
punishment on traitors.' 

The Richraon.l Whiy of the same day 

i^ontains the following : 

Hf.ADU'kS DePAK1MK>JT of ^'IROINIA, ( 

Richmond, .\pril 1.'.. s 
Owing to recent events the perm i.ssion for 
the re-assembling of the gentlemen recently 
acting as ^!le le;<i»lature ot Virginia, is re 
scinded. Should any of the gentlemen come 
to the city under the notice oi re-assembling 
just published, they will be fumi.shcd with 
passports to return to their homes. Any of 
the persons named in the call signed by J. .■V. 
Campbell and others, who are found in this 
city twelve hours after the publication of this 
notice, will be sul)jcct to arrest, unless thcv 
arc residents of this city. 

F. O. (!. ORD, 
Maj. (Jen. Commanding Department. 



lairabLe succintness and emphasis 
may be expected to be the leading char- 
scteristics of Mr. .f obnson's policy. Com- 
ment upon which we reserve for another 
occasion : 

'•As to the reconstruction question, 
be will undoutftedly pursue the same poli- 
cy as Mr. Lincoln. In his address when 
inaugurated, speaking of the .States, he 
said. "They are dot dead, liut sleeping." He 
isfnily committed in favor of the reorganized 
free States of Tennes.-.e, Arkansas and Louis- 
iana. As to this artair of Gen. vVeitzel in Vir- 
ginia he has not sjioken, and of course I lan- 
uot assume to speak for him. 

But what course will he ,'ursue toward the 
imitors - We cm only judge by his record 
early in the retiellion, during the last davs of 
Buchanan's administration. On the 2d of 
March, 1S61, in a speech, in reply to Lane, of 
Orrgon, speakiig of the tiring upon the .star 
of the West, and seizure of our arsenals, 
docks, fort.s and navy yards, he used the fol- 
lowing raemorafde langiia.'.'e :" 

"s'how me who has been engagea in these 
conspiracies, who has given instructions to 
take our tons and custom houses, our arsenals 
and dock yards, and I will show you a trai- 
tor.' [Applause in the galleries. When or- 
ifer was restored, he continued.] "Wekk 1 
Pkesident of the United States, I would do 
as Thomas Jefferson did, I would have them 
arrested, and, if convicted within the meaning 
and scope of the constitution, hy the Etek- 

.NAI, Gol> I WOl-LlJ EXECITE TUKM." 

He is now President. Has anything since 
uccnrred to make him repent that solemn 
• ath, or change his stem resolve ' 

His wife and children have been c-iptured 
by rcl)el9, and are suffering all but death. His 
property has been confiscated by them, his 
sons imprisoned ; his ne ghbors and friends 
shot— murdered in cold blood— hung.gibbeted 
for no offense but that of loyalty to the Uni 
ted States Government. I see nothing in all 
this calculated to change his convictions or 
his purpo.se. On the other hand, in his 
'peech upon the fall of Richmond and 
Lee's surrender, while most others, in the de- 
lirium of |oy and exultation over our success 
and the approach of peace, spoke of amnestv, 
he alone did not forget the sterner demands 
iL.i justice, for he is made of sterner stuff. Up- 
on this subject he .said thi;! : "The halter to 
intelligent, influential traitors. To the honest 
boy, to the deluded man, who has been de- 
ceived into Ihe reficl ranks, 1 would extend 
Jeniency. I would say, renew your support 
to the Government, and become a good citi- 
zen; and the le.sders I would bang." 
^^■"^^■^ — — ^^ 

-It appears by an order issued by Gen. 
Sberouui announcing to bia army the suF' 
render of Lee, that be baa reached Smith- 
tield, where he datei the order April 12. 



DEiTU OF C'OBOE.V. 

Richard Cobdeu id dead. This mourn- 
ful iutellij;cuce seems like a distant echo 
from across the sea of onr own gieai; na- 
tional calamity. For Richard Cobden 
was the long tried and faithful champion 
of liberal principles and free government 
in England, and during his life labored 
for the extension of papular rights. He 
was always a warm admirer of American 
free institutions and an ardent support r 
of the Union cause. 



President LiiicoliiN Funeral. 

Gov. Miller has addressed the follow- 
ing letter to the Acting Secretary of State 
in reply to the invitation received by tirle- 
grapli (published on Wednesday) to at- 
tend the funeral of the late President 
Lincoln : 

E.XECiTive Depaktment, I 
.S.u.NT Pavl, April 18, l.Sb.",. S 

Hon. Wm. Hunter, Acting .Secretary of State, 
Washington, D. C . 

yiR Your telegram of the 17lh inst , invit- 
ing me to attend the funeral of the late Presi- 
dent Liacoln on to-morrow, is just received. 

The great distance intervening will render 
a participation on my part in the melancl|ply 
duties of the occasion practically impossible. 
I regret this privation the more as the great 
heart of the patriotic people I represent is pul- 
sating with deepest .«;orrow in view of Ihe sad 
and irreparable loss which the Nation has just 
sustained. 

Minnesota— in weal or in woe, in her coun- 
sels and in the field, has ever rendered a cor- 
dial support to Abraham Lincoln and to his 
administration. While he was living she ad- 
mired his ability and integrity, and now that 
he is dead, she laments his fall, and will hold 
his many virtues and sacrifices in everlasting 
remembrance. 

The sympathies of the people of this State 
are respectfully tendered to his bereaved fam- 
ily. From all our public and private altars, 
many prayers are ascending to heaven on 
their behali . 

Very re.spectfully, yonr obt serv't, 

STEPHEN MILLER, 
Governor of Minnesota. 



on .Secretary .Seward on Friday night, has re- 
lated ciicum-stantiajly the jiroceeaings iu the 
chamber (rom which it appears that it was 
through his brave and dctermlDeil endeavors 
that the consummation of the murderous de- 
signs of the fiend were frnstrated. According to 
Koiiiiisou's narration, Fred W. Seward,.Major 
Seward and Mr. Hunscll were all wounded on 
the stairway as heretofore mentioned in this 
cone.-pondciice. As Robinson opened the 
door to learn the cause of the disturljancc 
without, the man struck at his l)reast, 
In his hand he had a long knife, the blade ot 
which appeared to Iw about twelve inches in 
length, and one inch iu width. Robinson de- 
termined to oppose his progress, rai.sed his 
arm to parry the blow. 'Ihe consequence was 
that a wound was inflicted in the centre of his 
forehead, close to the hair, which he wears 
turned back, ihe kuife glanced, and the 
clenched hand in which the mau held the 
daggiT ciiiie do« n on Mr. Robinson's face, 
and tolled him to the lloor. Miss Sewayd, at 
this juncture, escaped from the room and ran 
to the front window, screaming " murder. " 
The assassin leaped to the bed where Mr. 
.Seward lay- -still apparently in a helpless con- 
dition—ami gave a tremendous blow at his 
face. Hemis.sid his mark, however, .and al- 
rnojt fell across Mr. Reward's Ijody. By this 
time Robinson had recovered, jumped on the 
lied and caught hold of the assassian's arms. 
While he was thus attempting to hold the 
assassin the latter struck Mr. Seward on the 
left side ot the face, nnd then yn the right 
side. The assas>in then rai.sed up, and he and 
Robinson came to the lloor together. 

They both got on their feet, Robinson still 
keeping a firm lioid of him. The assassin 
reached his left arn^ over Robinson's shoulder 
an J endeavored to force him to the floor, but 
linding that ha could not handle Robinson in 
that position be changed his position, which 
had been forced against Robinson's face, in 
the hand which was around his neck, caught 
hold of Robinson's right arm with his left 
hand and struck liehind Robinson wiUi the 
knife. They still continued to struggle for a 
few moments, Robinson forcing him towards 
the door, which was open, with the intention 
of throwin? him over the banister. When 
they had nearly reached the door Major Au- 
gustus Seward entered the room. Robinson 
called on on him to Uke the knife out of the 
assassin's hand. Major Seward immediately 
clutched the assassin. The latter then struck 
Robinson in the stomach.knocking him down, 
broke away from Major Seward,"and rushed 
down stairs. 

Diiring the scnftle, when he cannot say, 
Robinson redRved a wound, quite serious, 
some two inches in breadth, on the upper part 
of the right shoulder blade; another a little 
lower down on the same side, and a slight one 
on the left Shonlder. While struggling with 
the man near the bedside, he had seized the 
wrist of his right hand in which was the dag- 
ger, ami did not release his holt until knocked 
down by the .assassin near the door, after Ma- 
jor Seward had come to his assistance. He 
returned to the room after he found that the 
assassin had escaped, and found that the 
Secretary had got otfthe bed on to the floor, 
diagging with him Ihe l)ed clothes, and 
was lying in a pool of blood. Ui)on going 
to the Secretary he found there was no 
pulse in his wrist, and stated to Miss 
.Seward, who had re-entered the room 
and asked if her fiither was dead, that 
he believed he was, but upon a second exami- 
nation, Robinson ascertained that his heart 
was still beating. The Secretary then said, 
"I am not dead-send for the police and a sur- 
geon, and close the house." He then placed 
the Secretary on the bed, telling him ho must 
not talk. Mr. Seward did not speak after that. 
.Mr. Robin.son remained with Mr. Reward un- 
til 11 o'clock the next morning, when he was 
removed to the Douglas hospital. Every at- 
tention iii being paid to this brave man by the 
attendants of thii iasiitution, and his condi- 
tion is very favorable. 

New Yoi:k, .\pril 18.— The a?r«/<r» special 
says that it is reported that the assassin who 
entered Mr. Seward's house has t)een arrested 
It IS certain that one of the assassins (proba- 
bly Siirreit) has been arrested. Samuel, of 
Hooktowu, Md., the man who wrote the let- 
ter found in Booth's trunk, signed Sam, has 
been arrested. 



Arrwat Af th« A««M»«ia of sie»tif»ril— 
Buoib'* <'ou«Iuti at iho TbwAtrv— 
rurUi<.r l*ar(iciilaiii. 

To E. S. tJaulord . 

Waisju.vgiux, April 1«, 1,SG4 —We 
think-that both the Secretary and Feder- 
ick are better. 'I'hey are sleej ing quietly 
at this hour, 1" o'clock a, m. 

C A. SEWARD. 
WASiii.Ntao.N. .April 18. — The remains 
of the f resident will probably bs convey- 
ed from ^Vashin^^ton on Thursday morn- 
ing, tp Illinois, bv wav of Baltimore, 
Philladelphia, N.w'York, Albany, Buf 
falo, Cleveland and Toledo. The time 
schedule has not been determined, but 
about one week will be occupied in reach- 
ing Illinois. 

L%tc last Kighi, a mau disguised as a 
laborer, and carrying a pick on his 
shoulder, appioiched the bouse, occu- 
pied by ihe family ot iiurratt, in this, city, 
and was about to enter, when he was ar- 
rested. Upon wasLiii,5 the dirt from 
.his face he proved to bo quite a.dif 
ferent looking pi-rson from what bis ap- 
pearance indicated. Ho called himself 
Payne and exhibited not a 1 ttle embar- 
rassment. He managed to inquire in 
agitated tones why he was arrested. 

The colored .servant ol Secretary Sew- 
ard was sent for, when he exclaimed, 
"That's the man. T know him by his 
general appearance ?nd h s mouth." The 
servant then saiil there could be no mis- 
take. Uthers in Secretary Seward's fam- 
ily at the time, who proba'uly have a rec- 
ollection of Surrat'^ appearance, will be 
afforded an opportuuify to recognize him.' 
The man arrested is believed to be 
Surratt, who pcrpttraled the dreadful 
acts at Secretary Seward's houbo on Fri- 
day night. 

Mkw York, April 18. 

The Times AVasbington special says 
when the Preniuiut arrived, Boothia s.aid 
to have been waiting on the pavement in 
front of fhe tbi-.alrc, and to have received 
a kind word and bow from Mr. Lincoln, 
who knew him. Later he appeared be- 
hind the .sct;llc:^ and iiiquired it General 
Grapt had come. It is supposed that he 
would haveabsjtbicated the President as 
he left his carriage, but'was wailing for 
General Grant He tiien went around to 
the front part of the theatre, entering by 
the front door, lounged for a short time 
about the loboy, holding his hat in bis 
left hand. Tiie next time he was seen 
was when he jumped npon the stag**. 

It is not true 'I;aMhe pistol shot v,as 
fired through the dooc aa has been stated 
Thq hole in the door of the stage box 
which is in one of the .•\nglc8 of the panel 
is said to have been made with a bit 
or lar .'C sized gimlet, made probably, by 
the assassin some time before so as to be 
aqle to ascertain the precise .position of 
his victim before, entering the box. 

Washington, April 19. 

It was stated in a l.rmcr despatch that 
the person arrested this morning as the 
individual who attempted to take the 
life of the Secretary of State, was sup- 
posed to be Surratt, but there is reason 
to believe that the desperado is no other 
than Thomas the so-called French Lady, 
who it will be remembered capfured the 
steamer St. Nicholas, iu 1861, and was 
subsequently apprehended, tried, con- 
victed, and sentenced to the Penitentiary 
from which by some means he was releas- 
ed. Nothing positive, however, is known 
on the subjec). Secretary Seward is 
much bette.* to day. So is Frederick Sew- 
ard, who IS gradually gaining full con- 
sciousne.ss. It is now confidently hoped, 
and expected that both the Secretary, and 
Assistant Secretary, will speedily re- 
cover. 



A Baaa of C«m*plr«t*ra Ovfy th* Am- 
•*•"«*••— Important Arr«>*t avd 
C'aaf«!a»iou. 

Balti.mork, April 18— A gentleman 
at Point Lookout yesterday morning was 
informed by an c ffieer ot one of our gun- 
boats, that Booth and other conspirators, 
about thirty ^n number, were in St. Ma- 
r}|s county, heavily armed, and endeav- 
oring to make their way across the Poto- 
mac, which was strongly picketed, a;id 
no one allowed to pass. 

He also stated that on Sunday evening 
a small squad of our cavalry had a col- 
lision with the party, and had been re- 
pulsed, but succeeded in capturing one of 
them. In the meantime our cavalry were 
reinforced, and yesterday moi-niug was 
understood to have them complett^ly sur- 
rounded, and their eiioape was deemed 
impossible. ' 

A highly important arrest has been 
made here to-day. The name of the 
party is at present withheld. He has 
made a fnll confession of being one of the 
conspirators against the life o( the Presi- 
ident, and ackowledged himself to be the 
author of the letter signed "Sam,'" which 
wa< found in Booth''s trunk 

Balti.moke, April IG. — It is under- 
stood that the party alluded to as under 
arrest, have stated that the original de- 
design of t^e conspirators was mostly to 
capture the President some time b*ck, 
make him a prisoner, and in this way 
compel a general release of the rebel 
prisoners held by the United States. 

When the general exchange of prison- 
ers uommenced'tuis project was abandon- 
ed by him and others as no longer neces- 
.sary, and he says he refused tc have any- 
thing further to do with it and endeavor- 
ed to induce the others to give, np their 
designs upon the life of the President. 

This is a substantially corrtn-t state- 
ment ol what the prisoner disclosed. He 
is a well known resident of Ba'timore 



A CLEAN SWEEP! 

Johnston Surrenders his En- 
tire Army! 

IMBODEN SURRENDERS. 



§im c^i;evttoment$. 



C'^vrw ■ ■ ■ ■— 

Cfflce at Sink's Grocery Store, Jacksoo St. 
Passengers, Baggage and Light Freight cvnit€ 
to and fi-om Hotels, Depot, St«amboat Landtnc, 
and anywhera in tAe olty. 

A. H. WIXBISH, 

»P'S Pr»pfletor. 



ijyoii 



Surrenders. 



w 



•nd first c!«F3 stock of now 



SHERIflAIV. 



*••»■■ V«Bc»» Captured— Vi'bereuboats 
of JcflT. narla. 

Newbeun, April 15— 10 a. m. • 
The supcnntendont of the raib oad has 
arrived here from Goldsboro, and states 
that Gov. Vance was captured by our 
cavalry between Hillsboro and Raleigh 
>3n the 13th. " 

Keports state that Vance had been sent 
to Gen. Sherman by Johnston, who was 
at Hillsboro, with instructions to surren- 
der the State of North Carolina to Gen- 
Sherman ; but that these instructions had 
been countermanded, and (tov. Vance 
was on his return to Johnston without 
having seen Gen. Sherman, when he was 
captured. He is now a prisoner of war, 
not having carried out his mission. 

Report also states that Jeff. Davis and 
family had joined Johnston at Hillsboro, 
which is about .'50 miles west of Raleigh. 
Whether Davis arrived at Hillsboro af- 
ter Gov. Vance had been test to Sher- 
man and caused the instructions to Vance 
to be set aside, does not appear. 



■Washinotox, April 17. 

Information has been received bv the 
Government from Gen. Shennan, that 
lie was in communication with General 
Johnston, with a view to the surrender 
of the latter. Gen. Sherman would ofler 
the same terms that G^ant did to Lee, 
and it was supposed that thcv would be 
accepted. 

There had been no lighting between 
the forces of Sherman ard Johnston. 

It was believed at Sherman'.s head- 
quarters that the surrender of Johnston's 
army would take place last Fridav. 

Nkw Yokk, April 17 — Jok" .John- 
ston HAS *URKENDKKKU HIS ENrjRK 
ARMY TO ShKKMAN. Tms IS VIRTUALLY 
CLOSING THE WAP.. 

The rebel Generals express their de 
sire to submit to the United States au- 
thorities. 

Gairo, April 11.-- -A dispatch from 
Paducah announcies the probable suiren- 
der of the rebel Gen. Lyon's command 
to Gen. Meredith. 

Lexington, Kv., April 17.— General 
Hn^Bcn's men tilled Marion, the guer- 
rilla, yesterday. 

Webster, the noted guerrilla, la pre- 
paring to surrender bis whole command 
to rJen. Hobsori, who bad 1 is forces so 
arranged th.it they mu.st surrender or be 
exterminated. 

Washinoto.v, April 17.— .\ Hag of 
truce came in from Imboden on Saturday ; 
the object being understood to be the 
surrender of his forces as a part of Lte's 
army. The rebel Gen. liosser. however, 
refused to comply with the terms of Lee's 
surrender, but his troops deserted him 
en masse, and he went to jain Johnston. 
Many of Lis parolgd men have reached 
their homes in the valley. 



BOOTS&SHOES 



Wblcb we ar* t«Uiag at 



IIEI>UCEI> PRICKS 



By the ca«e or d»2en, Merohanu are urged to 
caU and reoeire i he td\-anla«ei of a 



WHOL£;Si\Lli: HOUtSE. 



Wm. . r. tsimith ^ Co. 

moh23-ly 



Several Mew and 8«oond-band Buggies for 
at bargnino 

*•" -• -lege Shop. 

R. L. WHASTOir. 
ap«l-d2w Jicknoa-st., bet, gth and rth. 



higliest wace* wUI be p«id. 

^ULENBOUtfG, BOKCKSXEB A CO. 
HER«KY,8TAPi.EH fc nkVL. 



A. Light Top Buggy, 

Ki'arly n«w. Also 

A Single Harness. 

Apply to yy H TEMPLE, 

— »P^'»" 8d Street, near Mlnntsott. 

rjlARM rOB SAKB. 

1€0 Acres, 

n.\^..1f n' '"'P'"'",''''' «""»»ed »»«•«■ Pine Bend 
??>u'^^°""^'' '■ "" ' "'^^ Stock, Teams, WaRon"' 
1 ool«, ftc. appert lining thereto. »Kons, 

T. D. 



Ht ??ow n""'^**^' *° ''"^^ *° Saw MUlB.ci the 

Mt ^.^"^nl."-"!'"^ *"«•• f*' «•»»»<* ««• 

SCHU 

mar.30-im 

aOKOHVM SKK1». ' . 

We have the State Agency for SKINNEB'S 
ADJUSTABLE SUGAR CANE MILL, and 
have on hand a lot of choice Sorghom Seed, m- 
looted in the Held by Mr. Skinner. 
"Pig-tf BIGELOW, MURDOCK k. CO. 

JA.8. J. HILI^ 

Forwarding & CommisgioD 

AGENT FOR THE 
NORTH WESTERN PACKBT COMPANY. 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY 
MIL. AND PRAIRIE DD CHIEN RAIlWaT. 

FREIGHT CONTRACTED 
TO ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 
THE L0WE8T BaTEH. • 

^T" Overcharges and Damages promptly ad- 
justt^d. 

Offlce and WarehoMe oa ttaa tower LevM, 9kl 
""'• mp6-tf 



I 



J. 



9. HII.X., 



Agent for Ue sale of 



/**>'.-.; 



aptitf 



JI^I'Al.T TIJSKSAR. 



AIL8WOKTH, 
Pine Bend. 



Waltlagr OB «lie Pr«aid«BC. 

■^Varhinoton, April 19. 
In accordance with resolutions passed 
at a meeting of citizens of Illinois held 
at the National Hotel yesterday after- 
iiioon, the citizens of that Sute assem- 
bled at Willard's Hotel preparatory to 
paying their respects to bid Excellency, 
Andrew Jolinson, Pre.-Ident of the Unit- 
ed States. Governor Oglesby, aecora- 
paniid by .Senator Richard Yates, Gen. 
Haynes, ex-Senator, (). H. Browning, 
ana a large concourse of citizens, repair- 
ed to the rooms of President Johnson, 
in the Treasury Budding. Governor 
Oglesby presented the delegation, and 
addressed the President. 



COMMKBClAi. 

[By Mail. J 
Chicagru Market. 

Mo.XDAT EVK>-INQ, April 17. 

Hjghwincs were in limited reqaest at «2 003 
2.01, with liuht offeringa at t'i.Onn.i.OX Xo salaa 
were reported, 

I here was a moderate inquiry lor flour, and 
the market was firm and unclianged. 'M'enote 
.ale.- of 1.200 brli at $>J CJj^ for white winter, 
«<r.-'5 for .■•prlng extras, ami $.'j.oo for sprlDB su- 
pers. '^ * 

On receipt o' thfl f :irly dispatches qootlng an 
advance iu gold, the wheat market opened on 
the curbstone, at 41.10 for No 1 ppriiiK. but on 
Change receded g-adually ta «;l.i:;ji, and tubse- 
qugntry ad^ncoi to %\M\. closing .steady at 
$1.14. .We note sales of 29.".,000 bu at $1 i:',K^ 
l.Ifi for No 1, and $1.10,S' for No 2— oIosIbk fteadv 
at fl.Mror «o 1. • 

»■ « ♦ I » ' — i 

milwMnkwe mark**. 

Mo.NDAV EVKMNO, April 1,-. 

The wheat market Ims been very unsettled to- 
day— opening a». the morning board, with sales 
ol wiiitur rec.lpts No 1, cash, at $1.17, subse- 
•lurnfly roaching $1.19, gold being telegraphed 
at I.'.:l in New York. Laierdisnatches, however 
'iuoting gold lower, tlivprlc) ot wheat fell back 
to »l.ih. On 't:hange sales wero made at $1.1(1^ 
l.Hij— the market ciosfnp weak at the latter llg- 
ure. There was uothiut; done in No -i. 



Ue now can urnlsh pure Malt Vinegar as 
low as common at d adulterated vinegar landed 
from below. 

DREWRY »L GREIG. 

Orders can be lelt with L. B. & C. Greig Third 
street, St. Panl. ap^ls-am 

1(3 A. 

PKJSTNV iARNED. 



%i^ jVdVt:4ikS?-iagai2.s, 



vcTAinrKD, 

A man to Uke care of horees. Apply at the In- 

lioi 
apr 



ternal revenue offlce cvtw First >alioual Bank 

ir-'l n 



!«o Kstra •eenioa Prottatolv— Aa Over* 
land Xrip. 

New Yo»k, April 18. 

The Trihunt's speci.il says : Hon'ble 
Schuyler L'olfix says that there will pro- 
bably be no Kxtra' Session of Congress. 
He says that if he had been able to at- 
tend the theatre p.s invited, he would 
doubtless have been assassinated by the 
dagger iutt nded for General Grant, but 
that, he would willingly have given his 
life if he could have saved that of the 
President. 

MeasHS. Colfax, Richardson, Bowles 
of the Springfield, Mass., Jleptiblican, 
Maj. -Gen. (larfield, and others, will cross 
the Plains to California and Oregon irt 
May aud June. 



'DOTtit> CJLA88VCAI. 80H00K,, 

' The .SummiT^Trrm Of this schoil will com- 
mence 

IVtondaythw S4tli or April. 
J. EDGAR DIXON, CilAS. H. DIXUN. 

, rrlncipal. Assistant, 

.'jnamit Avenue, between Eice and .St. Pner. 
* ' aprai ,1t* 

TXRir C»OODS AT ATOTIOIV. 

Today FAliiOHlLD & Co., iuctioneers, Rog- 
er-!' Block, Tuird^ticet, above the bridge, will sell 

STAPLE I>RY GOODS, 
Shawls and Cloihin>t. this moanlnjr, Friday, at 
10 o'clock. In ciuantiiled to fmit their easterners. 
ap'<ilU KAIUCUILU &C<.». 

aiTVATXOX ITAaiTKn. 

IN- A STORIT. 

Apply at the Dakota House, to 
aprl9-<t* 



H. KNO^ TA7LOR 

No. 218 Third Street, 

I' upplipd with an ossortanntof 

DRY GOODS 

PURCHiSED SINCE TBE 

.SURRENDER OF LEE, 

When PRICES D iO OPED to the lo*e»t point. 
He is ofl'erlng largt bargains. Ue has a full Uue 
o:" 

Colored llohair, 
Plain and Plaid Alpaca, 
Striped a;id Plain Poplins, 
Black & \7^liite Plaids, 

Balmorals, 
Skirting, 

PARIS TAFFETA, 
PRINTED .JACONET, 

SlfAWLS of various styles, 

HOSIERY, &c.. Ac, &c. 

mohus-dly 



New York and Michigan 
S A L.T. 

LOWER LEFEE, ST. PAUL. 
apq gtf 

nSKP.r^^''^^,^P^r^ ^O MECHANICAL 
UENIlaT, woula respectfully Inform the ciU- 
ceoB of St. Paal, that he has opened an offloe in 
Rogers' Block, over the Express Offlce, New 
andlmprospd artificial Teeth Insertv^d on Vnloan- 
Itellate, *hich for beauty, comfort. dni*bUit7 
and ohf'apnerts far excel am-thing now in use. 
Teeth also inserted on Gold and Sliver aad wwv 
ranted to ^ive satisfaction, 

(extracting, flUlng and aU operaUoni on the 
leeth done ir a superior manner, with little 
pain and on lauderatc- t«rmg. 

The Profession supplied with Teeth from the 
Dcgt mannfacturars. api ly 

HUMAN HAIBri 




(( 



{( 



«t 



' i- ant Meuium. By the me of an ineU-ument 
conatructed under 8..i.itual duectiou, ia connec- 
tion with her clalrvtyant powers, is enabled to 
piveent to you a perfect liken* fs of yonr future 



life partner, bhe can also tell within a lew dave 
the date ol marriage whether the union will be 
happy or otherwlBf, and number of chUdren. 



G. W. MOON'ilY. 



fl. ase Kive color of lair and eyes, complexion 
age, hiaht, and ncmi ia/ul(, enclose ;i5 cents and 
Hiamped envelope. Lock Box ."iO, Detroit, Mich. 
The name and P. O. address (which will enable 
v-ou to open-a correspondence) will bo .oent for 
.50 cent* adilitional, aprl6-3w* 

TO COUNTRY OFFICERS. 



CrCTIOIV 0AX.B. 



The Badj of lb* President M.jtug la 
Niat*. 



—The Herald's Richmond dispatch, of 
the 10th, says that Gen. Lee arrived in 
that city at 3 :"30 p. m. on the 10th. He 
and his staff were received with the great- 
est enthusiasm by the populace— cheer 
upon cheer being given them. Even 
anion o£cera raised their caps to him. 



■ ■ • 



H 



—The World's Goldsboro dispatch of 
of the 10th says : The Raleigh Confeder- 
ate of the yth says : ' The city was sacked 
and fired by a mob of the lower classes. 
The 16th Virginia reserves were left to 
protect the peopli", but were unable to 
do so. The mob took possession of some 
of the larger warehouses and stores and 
robbed them." 

—The Herald's (loldsboro correspond- 
ent has a report from Raleigh, saying 
that (lov. Vance will call the North Car- 
olina Legislature to repeal the secession 

ordinance. 

— A Richmond correspondent saysi 
Lee has gone to Danville to endeavor to 
prevail on Jeff. Davis to desist from 
further prolonging a hopeless straggle. 



Washinoton, April 18."* 
The body of the late President is lying 
in state in the Fust Jtioom. Thousands 
of persons of both sexes are thronging 
there, formint; a long line in procession, 
being admitted in the order iu which they 
approached the Kx.cutive Mansion. The 
East Rouui is decorated with trap- 
pings of woe. in a manner alike credit- 
able to the artist who ."xrranged the adorn- 
ment nnd worthy of the «olemnitous oc 
casion. In the immediate centre of the 
room is creccted a <:atafalque, and the 
cofHu is on it. 

Many shed fears. The h nds of friends 
through atiiiction have contributed large- 
ly to adorn the coffin, and make up the 
foundation upon which it rests. Between 
half-past nine and noon thousands ol per- 
sons visited the Kxecutivo Mansion, and 
there are thou.sands more still following 
in thf'ir turn, to improve the sioidar priv- 
ilege. 

Arr*uir«ia«>nl* for (he Barlial. 

Nkw Yobk, April 19. 
The CommtrdaCs Washington letter 
says Mrs. LinccJn was at first disposed to 
con5»iit to the removal of her busband^s 
remains to Springfield, Illinois, for final 
intenuent, but there is a desire manifested 
to da>' to hav.^ thcin deposited in the 
crypt beneath the rotunda in the place 
intended for thi; remains of George 
Washington. 

CaniUilaa •/ »r. Seward. 

•Nkw Yokk, April 18— The following 
dispatch ha.s been received by Col. San- 
lord, President of the Anitrican Tele- 
graph Co. : 
To K. G.Sanfoid. 

WA.siii.viiTON, April IS.— Uncle i^ 
much better. . He 8»t up. for a quarter of 
an hour this mo.ning. and was bright and 
cheerfal. To day there is a marked im- 
provement upon yesterday. 

Frederick is slowly but surely regain- 



Pr«clamatli»a of Ihe^Waror of rVoatre- 
al— Syaipuibr for (be Vaiied State*. 

Montreal, April 18. 

The following proclamation has been 
issued by the Mayor of Montreal : 

" Whereas Wednesday next, the 19th 
day of April, at noon, has been fixed 
upon for the funeral services of the Chief 
Magistrate of the United States, the un- 
dersigned Mayor of Montreal respectfully 
invites the citizens generallv to close 
their places of business from' 12 o'clock 
noon on that day as a tribute of respect 
to the memory of the late President of 
the Uni:,fd States, and of svmpatliy with 
the bereaved members of hi's family, and 
also an expression ol th<f deep sorrow 
and horror felt by ihe citizens of Mon- 
treal at the atrocious crime by which the 
President came to an untin.elv deiitli. 
[-igned] j. L. BErciIV, 

Mayor. 



niiniicsofa cnsiiniiirsnt Mobile 

Oup Mobil* correspondent furnishfs 
the lollowifig li.«t of reient casualties in 
Minncfcot-i re;im3nts at Fort Fisher. His 
letter we are obliged to postpone till to- 
morrow : 

Li^t of cdhualties iu Minnesota Regiments 
from March 'iOth to April Cth. 

IIITH MIMNKSOr \ — Wdl'NUKI). 

Xcrin E]enionds,Co. 1», left Me utik, .sligbt. 
I.«wi.« Goljca, F. head, slight. 
Andrew Peterson, D, back, serious. 
Arthur H. Danchy, B, jaw, serious. 
Chas. E. Ohapel. C, left arm, serious. 

KILLKI>. 

Barney Brenuard, Co. I. 

SEVENTH ^nNNESOTA— WOI'NI>KI>. 

Lieut. J. Turriten, Co. K, right arm. slight. 

•JJINTH MINNKHOTA— KILLED. 
Thomas Mury, Co. A. 

WOUNDKD. 

John Hindent, Co. F, head, serious. 

John Johnson, D, thigh, serious 

Fred. Merrill, I, thigh, sevct^. , 

Samuel Gilbert, F, arm, slight. 

A. H.H.MHler.H, slight. 

TKNTH MINNESOTA— WOUXPED. 

Daniel Murphy, (.'o. K, ami, severe. 

C. Shileson, C, arm, resectoin. 

Patrick Keuting, H, arm, amputation. 

Flore Oori, O, leg, amputation. 

• ■ o » ♦ ■ — ^ — . ' 

— The Tribune^a Washington special 
says Lee confessed to Grant that John- 
ston's entire force would not number 
more than 10,000. ' 



iDconneqaenceof tlio auspenion of business 
Ust Wf(lne»(Jay , WB roatponed our sale of Farm- 
ing DfenrtilH, ^all Boat, RooIcb, Furniture, Cut- 
pets, tc, - 0.. Jto., to .^ATUrtbAY, April 2-. at 
10 o'clock, when the sale will cjce of wUli„ui 
lail. 

FAIROHIi.D&CO. 
, .;■>•« u*** above the brldf e, on Third 8t. 
■*P"' apri;i-i!t 

pOM SAI.1B. 

A sixri'-iNcn fcracui-.vB saw. 

Apply to 

j^pj»J?5 o. w. Kicors ft Co. 

WHOLESALE AUCTION' 

OK- 

I>**y Goodis aud Olotliiufr: 

F-airchild & Co., Auotionners, 

Bogern' Block, TlurU streoi.St. Paul, 
Sell, at 10 «'Blook A. M. of MONDAY au.l TO ES- 
DA.I nexualargeconaif^mentof • 

Brown afid Bleached Sheetings and 
Shillings. 

PRItlTP, SATINETS, OASSIMERK^,CU)TH.S 

t)OESKlN3,DENlvr8,FL\N.VELy,';-, 

Also of Summer Shawls, Cloth!r,£, Shirts, and 
urawers, 

P'AIRCHILID Sc CO.. 

apiilfrlAsmi Auctioneers. 

On«% Oood Sec on a > I r and 

J^ I A. jsr o 

WITH IltON FRtME, FOU SAIE CHEAP, 
At MXJNCa^KR BKO.'al. 



N^."W RKAX>Y. 



Prepared by Dffifial Authority. 



V ^ X DEEDS, 

For January Sale, 18C3. 

MARRIAt^E LIO£l«^S£S 

ANn 

OEEiTIFICATEB 

I HDBR 

LAW OF 1864. 
LISXINGh NOTICES. 

A-SdKSSMRNT ROLLS. 

The PresM Priutiuflr Co., 

Arp prepared to furnish the above and all other 
DeedH, Certificates, and Blanks required by Coun- 
ty Officers. Also, 

MARRIAGE RiBGISTRY BOOKS 

Made to order, any c Ii ? or style of blading, ac- 
centing to I reMril>ed form. 



Bridgf Square, St. Paxil, 

Wig Maker & Importer of 
HUMAN HAIR, 

Wli»8, Braids, Bands, Curls, &c., 

MAKUFACTrBlDBY HIMSEL.F, 

And warranted of the Best Material and Work* 
miinship, at PUlCKb WUICU l>EFx CX)MPE- 

Ordt'r.s by Mail or Express will receive prompt 
atieotion '^ *^ 

Private rooms for Ladies' Hair Dressins, Frii- 
i\ng, Sharopoolng and Dyeing. 

riieoiily iiBOWM OlElnthe world applied 
nud for sale. ^^*^ 

K. U.— Oeutlcmeu's Hair 0«t with jndnaent 
and taste. 

BBIDUE S(^U ARE. ST. PAUL. 
.■- ap«-ly.lttir 

BROADCAST SEED-SOWEftS 

Oa.i*cleii Seed I>i>Ul8 ! 

Garden Wheel Barrows I 
BI4^£L0V^, IIURDOrH k €0. 

mchia-ijristlT 

Prices to Suit tlie Times. 



OILS. PAINTS, GLASS, 

DYE-STUFFS. 

ft 

PATENT MEDICINKB. 

FULL Am) COMPLETE ASSORTMENT 

Of everything In the 

DRXTO- LINK.. 

No. Ill, rrbird street. 

VAWTER ft ROSE. 
aprl8-.^t 



FIRE AND MARINE 

I lVSXJItA.lVCE. 



Ghood .5 -Octave Melodeon 

i.KCJNDHANP, FOR SALE CnEAP, 

*' MluriEer Bro.'s. 

mch'jti'ly 



NEW MILLINERY GOODS. 

On Saturday, AprU 22d, 

I woiilar.*ap»'ctfu!ly ihviie th^ atl«ntlou of the 
I aJf 8of thi;. City and vicinlly to my 

SPLENIIO STiX.K OF 

RlBBOiSrs, GLOVfcifc-:. 

AND 

MILLINERY GOODS GENERALLY, 

!>ele<](fd lb New York «rltli gi-eat care by myselt 
tiTMonally, and offe, xi.e .'amf ut 

Kediieed l-*ii<?e:^, 

and shall be happy U show the different styles to 
all whj will see ili to fayor me witha call. 

Mrs. J. Redmond, 



Iar PRORATE COlTIiT— STATE OF 
MINNKaOTA- COUNTY OF RAMSEr. 
In Probate Court— Sp« clal Term— April 20, 1865. 

In the Matter of the ;8Ute of Jeremiah W, Sel- 
by, deceased. 

On reading and filing the petiUon of George 
Iv. OtU, attorney for ortain persons claiming to 
be executor* of the Uit wUl and tesUment of 
said deceased, acd prating that the written in- 
atrumentthprewitli piesented may be allowed 
andfdmittPd to probate in this court as and for 
the last wlB and lostanient of said deceased,— 

Jt Is ordered, thnt Fridiy, the i;th dav of 
Mny, 1866, at ten o'cloc It In the lorouooa at the 
offloe 01 the .ladg.; of I'rolMte, hi the city of St 
Paul, bi^as.'lgneu fori he hearing of fald p^tl- 
ilon, tnd taia will alowud to i roba»e,and that 
theheireatlaw of Kiiii deceased, and all other 
(.eiraouslinterestedin said estate, are required 
to appear at a Kesslon of the Probate (ourf 
then and there to be I olden, to showcau'^e, ij- 
any I her.? b*-, why th.! prayer of scid petition 
shou d tot be grautod, i .d said will allowed 
., ,. K. V. CKOWKLL, 

in api •l-d4t .l»dge of Proiwte. 



PROBATE COIJRT-RAMSRT COJN 
I V .— In the matter of the Ctitate of fclUah 
UlifVemitn dec(-a-<f d. 

All I erxoos havlnif cUlra.s against thaextate of 
sa-d Abijah Blak'maii are hferehy notified that 
we, the unders gaed, were, on the jOih day of 
April, A. I> 1(S65, -ppoiaied oy the .lailge of said 
Kr jb.»t(» Cnun, Conutit sloaers tu ivceive, i-xam- 
ioH hnd a'Just all claij*. i auj demands of aJl ^er 
80IH against the s;iid deceased; that six mooths 
Irom and after sul i daj have been allowed and 
limited for crt ditor« to jres.-iil th»-ir claims to us 
for examiut.ti n aaJall iwancu, and that we will 
on 111"' s«-ooul and loiinli SiturJays ot Oich snd 
e.rry iu(<ulj, uutli iht- expiration ot said six 
months from this date, »t tlic otBce of the t.lerk 
ot the Unltf d .states <:i; cull Court, In the City of 
Saint I'aul, in the State of Minnesota, attend io 
the discharge of our du ;le3 as luch Commis Ion 
era. 
Dsted at St. Paul, Mi on , April 20, ises 
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Both on river and lakei. We hope, by proaipt 
attention i6 every branch of the Insurance biul- 
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THE ASSASSINS. 



Booth and hia I'oufederates. 



Vice Preeidcnt, wUo w»ib asleep, awokc and 
.vaid: "Who is there ?" Gov. Fniwcll rc- 
i.iiod : "Let me in iiiinicilialcly," nt the imiuc 
1 1 me giving bin name and baying be bad im- 
uurtant information to coiuinunltatc. Mr. 
Ji)hn.son at once opened the door, and Mr. 
Kirwell told him of the murder ot the I'rosi- 
dtnt. It fell like a thunderl)t>lt u^wn Mr. 
.iolinson. who at firn relused to Ulieve it. 
Upon I'eing convinced, he maniicsteU power- 
ful cmtuion. Both gentlemen were so much 
ultected that lor the moment they were 
oi>ilged mutually ti> support each other to 
avoid faliiot;. Uov. Farwell soon recovered 
his presence of mind, and to j^uard aj;ain.st 
further cHlamilicswhiili he believed lucuaced 
tlie heads ol the (iovcrnmcnf, t<iok the pi-e- 
( auiion to lock the door and exlin^;ul^h the 
L-as, whidi had iHjen dimly burning m the 
rouiu. After giving' warning Iwlowho went 
and procure^: a fiuanl. Kitlu r the miscrcan 
K. whom this p:irt of the work was asMiiiied 
uuailed when the time came, orthe early re- 
tirement of the Viie rre>idci.t. or .(.iick ar- 
rival of Gov. Farwell deranjicd the plan. 

fUEr.Vi;.VTIf>N.>< H>KTIIK AS.-^A8- 
8TK.VNUK CO.MUCT. 

liecii thrown in llooth's 



Evidences of an E\ten«ilve Reb- 
el Plot. 



The Morder of Vice Fn>ident 
Joiiusoii Pre ai ranged. 

THE ASSASSIN OF MR. SEWARD. 



Bootli'!^ Preparaliou.s 
Murder. 



for the 



Attempted Sulelde of his Mistress 

Supposetl Escape of tin' 
Assassins, 



BOOXa's CO.NK«PKR.VTE-!«KW.%UI> S A-i-iAS- 
SIN. 

The extra Intelligtiwer ^yn^. -From the 
evidence obtained, il ia highly prot)al)le that 
the man who stabbed Mr. .seward and hi.-* son 
is John Surratt. of Prince (ieorge county, 
Marvland. The horse he rode wa< hired at 
Nayior'a suble, ou Fourteenth street. Sur- 
ratt la a young man. with light hair and goatee 
Hi4 lather is said to have been Fostmusier id 
Prince Oeorge county. 

Atjuut twelve o'clock la-t night two men 
crossed the Anaco6ta bridge, one of whoui 
gave his name a* BcKJth, and the other as 
:>mith. The latter is WUeved to be John 
Surratt. Lnbt nifUt a riderless horse was 
found, which has »>een iditititied by the pro- 
prietor of one of the staMes previously men- 
tioned as having l>een hired from hix estab- 
lishment .\ccount* arc conflicting as to 
whether Booth crossed the bridge on horse- 
iiacli or on toot, but as it is believed that he 
rode acroso, it is presumed that he had ex- 
changed his horse. 

Another account savs of Booth: Hiscom- 
panion is thought to be one Surratt, the sou 
of a wealthy planter o( strong secession sym 
puthies, residing in Prince George's Co., Md. 
He answers to the description of the man who 
made the attack on Mr. Seward. Booth has 
i>eeu intimate with this family, visiting fre- 
quently. The Surratts are relations of 
Col. Bovle, who with his son, it will be remem- 
bered, killed a recroiting officer for the U. .s. 
Colored troi>p« in Prince (ieorge "s t'o. some 
two months since, and then tied to Riclimond. 

KVIUBNCK.H OK .\ COMPREIIBNSIVK PLOT 
TO A.'».SASSIXATK MK.MBKRS oK THt 
GOVKRMH&NT. 

From information in possession 



of the au- 
thorities itii evident that the scope of the plot 
was intended to be much more comprehen- 
sive. The Vice President and other promi- 
iient members of the administration were par- 
ticularly mnuired tor by suspeeted parties.and 
their precise localities accurately obtained, 
but providentially, in their c-ases, the >cheme 
miscarried. 

The exira Star has the following : " Devel- 
opments have been made showing the exist- 
ence of a deep laid plot on the partof the con- 
spirators, including members of the Urder of 
the Knights ot the Golden Circle, to murder 
President Lincoln and bis Cabinet. We have 
reason to believe that Secretary .Seward re- 
ceived intimation from Europe. several months 
Since, that somethinir of a vei'v desperate char 
aeter was to transpire at Washington, and it is 
more than pro^iable that it referred to the plot 
of assas«iuation. The pickets encircliug this 
city Friday night to prevent the escape of the 
parties who murdered President Lincoln and 
attempted the assassination of Secretary Sew- 
ard and his sons, were tired upon at several 
points by concealed foes. Arrests will he 
promptly made. 

It is ascertained lliat sgnie weeks ago the 
President had received several private lulleis 
wamiui; him that an attempt would probably 
be made apoa his life, but to these he did not 
attaeh much importance. It ha^ always been 
thought he was sutficiently careful of his indi 
Tidual safety on hij last visit to Virginia. 

booth'?* VRINK — a KKHKL I'Loi Dl"* 
CLO.SKD. 

Lieut. Tvrell, ot Col. In^'rabam's statt, last 
night proceeded to the National Hotel, where 
Booth had been .^topping, and took possession 
of his trunk, in which was tuund a Colonel's 
military dress coat, two pairs u( handcutis, 
teu tMxes of cartridges, and :i package of let 
ters, all of which are now in possessicm of the 
military authorities. One > t these letter^ 
bearing the date of Hookstowii, Md., seems to 
implicate Booth. The writi i t-peaks of '-the 
mysterious affair in whi(^h \ou are engaged," 
and urges Booth to proceed to Richmond and 
ascertain the views of the authorities there 
upon the subject The irrlter of the letter 
endeavors to persuade B4M>th from carrying 
his design- into execution at that time, lor 
the reason, as the wri er alleges, that the Gov- 
ernment had ii:s suspicions aroused. The 
writer of the letter seems to have been impli- 
cated with Booth in the "mysterious affair" 
referred to, as he informs Booth in the letter 
that be would prefer to express his views ver- 
bally, and then goes on to say that he was 
oat of money, had uu clothes, and would be 
compelled to leave home, as his family was 
desirous that he ^hould dissolve his connec- 
tion with Booth. This letter is written on 
note paper, in a small, neat band, and simply 
bears the signature of "Sam." 

A careful examination of letters and docu 
ments left behind liy the assassin Booth, es- 
tablishes, beyond dc>ubt, the fact that a deep 
laid plot existed lor a long period, to capture 
the Secretaries Seward and Stanton, who were 
to be carried to Richmond, there to be held ax 
prisoners until uur government consented to 
recognize the independence of the Southern 
Confederacy, in case the scheme of capture 
failed, they were to be assassinated. Among 
the dMuments discovered is a memorandum 
of arwie.s deemed necessary by the assassins 
to successfully carry out their project, the list 
includes tiiree pairs of handcuffs and three 
gags. Two pairs ot handcuffs, as already 
stated, were t >und among Botub's etfec;s. It 
IS t>elieved that a nnml>er of wealthy ret>el 
citizens of this city and adjoining counties ot 
Maryland are implicated in the bloody altair. 

PLOT TOMl^RDKU VICK PRKSIDKNT lOHN- 
.SOX — HOW HK WAS SAVED. 

Between 4 and 4 .'Mi o'clock on the after 
noon of the murder, J. W. Booth culled at the 
Kirkwood House and left the following card 
for Vice President Johnson : 

"Don't want to disturb you. Are you at 
home f 

(81gn«d) J. W. BOOTH " 

For several days previous a large, desperute 
looking man has been stopping at the Kirk- 
wood. He is now missing, and among the 
papers found in his baggage is a letter from 
Booth. These and other suspicious eircum- 
stances contirm the impression that the Vice 
President was included in the hellish plan, 
and to this missing individual was allotted 
his death. The Vice President retired to rest 
that Friday night about nine o'clock. 

Ex-Governor Farwell, of Wisconsin, was at 
Ford's theatre at the time of the a8.sassinatiou . 
Suspecting that an attempt would be made on 
the vice Preeident, he rushed from the thea- 
tre to Mr. Johnson's room, which he reached 
viithia five minutes after the shotting of the 
President. He knocked at the door several 
limes before rtceiviag a rtply. At length tb* 



|».>Olll !< 

SIN.VTK>N — Ills 

Those who have .... 

rompanv for the past ten days describe him as 
laiK>ring under ^Try strong mental excite- 
ment, occasioned bv drink and the rejection 
i,t his suit bv a voun.n lady here,on the ground 
of his siiom,' secession views. He c;inie Horn 
I, is farm at Hudd's lerry. on the lower Poto- 
mac four days ago, aud took up his old MUar- 
lers at the National hotel. Vesteduv morning 
he sauntered into the box olTue of Ford stlie- 
„ter and learned aeeideutally that Grant and 
Piesident Lincoln would vi,it the p'^. '•',^' 
iiiitht From tluit moment he umlonbte.lly 
determined to commit the assassination. I hat 
night, irom the box. office he is traced to a liv- 
ery stable in the rear of the Nationa . where 
at noon be had a tiect horse. At 4 o clock he 
iiuie into the National, took two cards Ironi 
the clerk which had been left by two suspi- 
cious lookin:,' pel sons. and. calling tor paper, 
went behind the clerk's desk and commenced 
writing. It was particularly noticed that he 
had a wild look, and was m. absent minded as 
to ask the clerk, in dating the letter, wh it 
year it was. At 6 o'clock he was promenading 
leisurely in Peunsvlvauia avenue, dressed in 
hii usually genteel maimer. At half-past t 
he is again seen at the restaurant adjominK 
Ford's theater, where he drank aglasbofbrau 
dv. From thence he passed into the theater, 
w'ticre he was usually ibnnd, about S o'clock. 
Soou altera he wentont and brought his hor>e 
lo the front o!" the theater, and t,'ot William 
Chandler, the carpenter of the theater aud now 
under arrest, to hold the .ininial. Booth was 
noticed to go inU) the theater and to piiss up 
into the dre>is circle on the .^ide on which the 
President was seated. The aisle next to IDJ 
wall was crowded so that he had eon.>-iderablc 
trouble in pushing,' his way thron.sh to the 
President's ttox. On reaching the box he was 
baited bv the sentinel who is usually placed 
there to prevent intruiion upon the President. 
1 o the sentinel he gave the name of some dis- 
tinguished gentleman who de-ired tosee Mr- 
Lincoln, and fieiiig elegantly dressed he was 
allowed to paws without suspicion. ihe 
shooting, as already detailed by telegraph, 
then occurred. Booth mounted hi> horse and 
fled, and, at this writing, that is the last that 
has been seen ot him. ,,..... 

\bout eight months since Booth lett the stage, 
and engaged in the oil business, in which lie 
amassed a considerable lortune. Puring the 
l.i-t six weeks he has played twice at lord s, 
on occa.sion of beaetits. HL-* motive-, there- 
fore seems to he traced to his rebel sympa- 
thies of which he freely boastej. Me fancied 
he capped the climax of his revenge oy Oomg 
it in an intensely dramatic style, nttenng the 
words, when he tired the fatal shot, ">'«• »em- 
pe> ti/ntnnii." 

VAKlUfS ARRKSTS — KOOTll'-^ tORHESfllN- 
DRN'CK. 

Various arrests have been made o! parties 
suspected of being implicated. Some have 
proved their innocence and others are heUI. 
The letter found in Booth's trunk, which 
show, d the assassination was to 'ake pjacy 
on the 4th of March, and urging a postpone- 
ment, said the Government otHcers had be- 
i-ome suspicious, and it wouid be impotent to 
doanvthingthen. It also adfised BotHb to 
go tokichuKiid and a.-;ceit!iiu how such ac- 
tion would lie regarded by the rebel govern- 
ment. Further disclosures are withheld lor 
tlie present. Evidence sntflcient has accumu- 
lated I ) implicate some six different persons 
in the diabolical plot, aU of them from this 
section and Maivland. Two pajr of hand- 
cnjfs and a gag were found in Booth's trunk. 
It apfiears that Booth had leased a stable in 
the allev in the rear oi the theatre. He hired 
a horse'fr. m a livery stable in the alternooii, 
took it to the allev ami hirad a ucrvant tioni 
the ladv ot whom" he hired the stable to watch 
the horse while he perpetrated the deed. 

An actress at Grover's theatre received an 
anonymous note voterday, not t<» sinjt the 
song "Sherman's March to the Sea." ^ 

booth's MlSTIiKSS ATTKAil'Td iO CO.V- 
JJIT .'<l'ICIPK. 

The Star hao the following ; Flla Turner, 
mistress of John W. Booth, attempted to 
oummit suicide this forenoon bv taking chlo- 
roform. At 11 o'clock some of the inmates 
of the hou.se entered Ella's room, and found 
her Ivmg upon the lied, apparently asleep_ 
Klfort^ to arouse her proving fruitless, several 
physiciann were called in, when it was decided 
that she had taken chloroform. Proper rem- 
edies were immediately applied, when she 
soon aroused and a«l»ed fyr Booth's picture, 
which she had conce.i'ed under the pillow of 
her bed.and at the same time remarking to the 
phvsician.o that she did not thank them tor 
saving her life. I'here is no doubt that 
Booth had l>een seeking the opportunity lo 
assassinate the President for some lime. 

SI'I'POSKD KS».A»'K Ol TIIK 4'*.SA9SINH TO 
VIKGINU. 

WA'*iui«orox, April 12.— It is now the gen 
eral impression that the murderer Booth ami 
his accomplices have escaped into Virginia. 
it IS unlikely that a person so well known 
would attempt to travel through the North. 
The eontiguitv of the debafeable land occu- 
pied by guerrilla/; outside of our lines,^ the 
theatre of the opeia'ions of Mosby, White 
aud their gang.«, renders escape in that direc 
tion c >tnarativelvea.-v. it is therefore most 
probable that they lieil by a preconcerted 
route, where accomplices with horses or car- 
riages would be lound awaiting tliem, crossed 
the lower Potomai- in a boat, and were among 
friends at on earlv hour on the morning of the 
President's deatli. Parties believed to be the 
gniliy ones are swid tohavef>een traced to the 
vicinity of Piscattowaj:, on the lower Poto- 
mac, some hfteen or seventeen mile* (rom 
Washhigton Many people ssill believe, how- 
ever, that BfK)th is concealed somewhere in 
this city or vicinity bv his secession f lends. 
It has l)ecn observed' that lor the last three 
months he has l»cen spending money freely 
in this and other cities. There are indica- 
tions coming to light which point to the im- 
plication of some of the blockade running 
fraternity in the assas-ination plot. 



ground in fomt of the White House. A few 
fnoments later a party of four persons— the 
Piesidcut.Mrs. Lincoln, Mrs. Harris and Mr. 
Kathbone of Albany, step son of Senator Ilar- 
I is— arrived at the Theatre, and entered the 
front, lett, and upper private box. A moinent 
before the attack was made, the President 
was leaning forward, resting his head on hw 
hand, in his accustomed careless way, his 
eves bent upon the stage, and eiuoymg a 
hearty laugh. 

MIS.S HARRIS* STATK.M«NT. 

Miss Hams, who was in the box with the 
Viesidcnt, makes the follow*ng .•taiemoot: 
••.MK)iit an hour before the commission ot the 
deed. thcassa.s8in came lotlie <Jo«rof llicl»ox 
and looked in to taltc a survey of the iwition 
ol the occupants. It was supposed at the 
tunc to be a mistake or the exercise ,qf. imy^- 
dent curiosity. The circumstance Mtraoted 
no particular attention at the time. Upon his 
entering the Ijox the second time Miyor Rath- 
iK.ne arose and asked the intruder his busi- 
ness. He rushed past the Major without mak- 
ing a reply, and plaeing the pistol close to the 
bickof the President's head, actually in con- 
tact with it, fired and instantly sprang upon 
the cushioned baluster of the box, when ho 
made a backward plunge with his kuite, aim- 
ed lit the face or breast of Mr. Lincoln. Maj. 
Kathlxme, springing forward to protect the 
Piesident, receivetl :i stab in his arm. The 
murderer then jumped upon the stage and ef- 
fected his escape. The rapidity with which 
all was eonimitted was astonishing Mrs. Lin- 
coln saw the form ol the man go down behind 
the box, and thought Mr. Lincoln had fall- 
en out, and looked to .see if she could see him 
on the iloor. and barely saw the culprit jump 
on the stage. When all was over, she turned 
her eves to the box and saw that Mr. Uncoln's 
head had dropped forward upou his breast, 
and at once realized what had transpired 
i.n TLK tad's r.RIKl'. 

'I'he murder of the President was at once 
announced at Grover's Theatre. Little Tad 
Lincoln was in] attendance there, and the mo- 
ment he heard the statement he seemed to 
go almost cra/y, shrieked and sobbed in a 
heart-rending manner. The poor boy was 
taken to the White Hon.se and was soouijuiet- 
ed, when it was ascertained that his father 
was siill alive. 



ship at that time for (hc purpose of solemniz- 
nil' the occasion by approprto ceremonies. 
^ [.Signed] W. HUNTER, 

Acting Secretary of iStat«. 
April 17, 188.5. 

OKKICIAI. AXNOUNCIMKNT. 

Washington, April IC— The Department 
announces with profound sorrow to the offi- 
cers and men of the marine corps, the death 
of Abraham Lincoln, the late President of the 

I United States. Stricken down by the hand 
of an assassin on the evening of the 14lh inst., 
•when surrounded by his family and friends, 
hc lingered a few hours after receiving the 
fatal bullet, and died at 7 .'22 this morning. 
A grateful people had given their willing 
confidence to the patriot and sutesman under 
whojfc successful admiaistration the Union 
was just emerging from the civil strife which 
for four vears has affected the land, when 
the terrible calamity fell upon the country. 
To him our gratitude was justly due; for 
to him, under God, more than to any 
other persons, are indebted for the success- 
ful preservation of the integrity of the Union 
and the maintenance of the laws of the Rc- 
jiublic. The olhccrs of the Navy and the Ma- 
rine Corps will, as a man, testify then: respect 
for the exalted character, eminent position 
and estimable public services of the late Pres 
Ident, and as an indicatibn of their sense of 
the calamity which the country has sustained, 
wear the usual badge of mourning lor six 
months. 

The Department further directs that upon 
the day following, the receipt of of this order, 
the commanders of squadrons, navy yards 
and stations, will direct the ensign of every 
vessel in their commands to be hoisted at half 
mast, and a gun to Ik' tired every hall hour, 
beginning at sunrise and ending at sunset; the 
Hags of the serveral navy yards and marine 
barracks will also be hoisted. 

GIDEON WELLES. 
Secretary of the Navy. 



♦ • » « * 



THE GREAT CftLflMITY 



Later and Fuller Details. 



The Last Hours of .ibrahaiii 
Uiieolii. 

Heart •reiKliiiK Srenrs AroHud 
Ills Deathbed. 



▲ rrccTi.ire mnciDE.'VTs. 



DYlMi IIOl'RS OK TH« PR«8inEXT. 

From the moment the President was shot 
up to his death he was insensible, and exhib- 
ited no signs of pain, recognized no person, 
and, in fact, 1 believe, did not open his eyes 
Dlood troubled hi»! breathing, often making it 
exceedingly difficult. He was watched with 
tender care, and all that could be wa^i done 
for him. 

Vice-President Johnson visited the Presi- 
dent during the night, but remained only 
about an hour. In fact, many ot thojc who 
had rushed to assist in taking care of the 
Hresident, found that their presence impeded 
rather than gave as.sistance, and therefore 
lelt. Among these were many members of 
Congress and Western men. The number 
present was reduped to but few. Before he 
tireathed his la»it, about sevdu n'cioiik this 
morning, 1 reached the house where the 
President lav in his dying agonies. He was 
King upon' the bed, apparantly breathing 
with great difficulty. He was entirely un- 
conscious, as he had been since his assassiii- 
Utioq. His eyes were protruding from their 
sockets, and sntfifsed with blood. In other 
respects his countenance was iincUangcd- 

HKARIKENDIXO FAMILY SCKJKK. 

In the adjoining room were Mrs. Lincoln, 
her son Capt. Robert Lincoln, Miss Harris, 
who was with Mrs. Lincoln at the time of the 
iixsassinaliou of the President. Rnius F. An- 
drews, itnd two lady friends of Mrs. Lincoln. 
Mrs. Lincoln was under great pifcUement and 
agony, wringing her hands apd exclanniiig 
' why did he not shoot me instead of nyr bus 
band. I have tried to be so c^refnl of him, 
I'eai ing semelhiug would happen awd hi« lifp 
^eem8 to be more precious now than ever. 1 
must go with him,'' and other expressions ot 
like character. She was constantly going 
back and forth to the bedside of the President, 
exelajmlpg \u grpal agony "how cau it be so .'" 

The scene was hearfrendjng, ^iiU It Is im- 
possible to portray in iu living light. Papain 
Robert Lincoln bears himself with great lirm- 
ness, and constantly endeavors to assuage the 
grief of his ij;othpr by (elling Jier to put Ijei 
trust in God aud all would bo well. Oca- 
sionally being entirely overcome, he would 
retire into the hall and give vent to the most 
heartrending lamentations. He would recover 
himself and return to his mother, and with 
remarkable self-possession, try to cheer her 
broUen spirits and lighten her load of sorrow. 
His conduct w 4* 4 masj j^rp"'"'''''''* exhibi- 
tion ot calmness iu the most trying hour that 
1 have ever seen. 

f IIK PRESIDKNT's DKATH UKD a PATIIKT- 

II AXI>.MOlRNKL'LS*'K.NB. 

About a liuarter of W hP" bffore the 
President died his breathing becajije very 
difficult, and in many insUnces seemed to 
have entirely closed so that the surgeons who 
were holding his pulse supposed him dead. 
He would breathe with as great a difficulty as 
to be heard in almost all parts of the hOU.se, 
Mis. Lincoln took her last leave of him about 
twenty minutes before he expired, and was 
sitting in an adjoining room when it was an- 
nounced to her that he was dead ; and when 
the announcement was made sbe exclaimed, 
' Oh, whv did you not tell me hewas dying .-' 
The surgeons and members of the Cabinet, 
Senator Sumner, Capt. Robert Lincoln, Gen. 
Tood. Mr. Field and Mr. Andrews, were 
standing at his bedside when he breathed his 
last. Senator Sumnpr, General Todd, Robert 
Lincoln and Uufus .Anderson stood leaning 
over the headboard of the bed, watching eve- 
ry motion of the breathing breast of the dying 
Preaident. lloljert Lincoln was reclining 
himself upon the urm of Senator ^umner. 
The members of the Cabinet were stnnding 
by the side of the bed, .Secretary Stanton at 
the left of Mr. Andrews, Mr. Andrews near 
Mr. Lincoln's head. Next to huu was Mr. 
Dennison and others ranged along the left. 
Ihe surgeons were sitting at the side and foot 
of the bed, holding the President's hands 
and with their watches ol)servlng the 
slow declension of the pulse. Such was 
the solemn stillness for the spae 
of five minutes that the ticking of 
watches could be heard in the room. At 
twenty-two minutes past seven his muscles 
relaxed, and the spirit of Abraham Lincoln 
tlew from its earthly wbernacle totbatbonnie 
from which no traveler returns. The coun- 
tenance of the President was beaming with 
that characteristic smile which only those who 
have seen him in his Happiest nioments can 
appreciate, and except tne blackness- of his 
eyes, his fac* appeared perfectly natural. He 
died without a struggle aad without a perceo- 
tlble motion of the limbs. Calmly and sileilt- 
ly the great and good man passed away. 

The morning was calm and the rain was 
dropping f;ently upon the roof of the humble 
apaAtment where they laid him down to die. 
Guards had )>een stationed to keep people ouv 
of the house, and no noise was heard in the 
streets, save the footsteps of the sentry pacing 
lo and fro, as he guarded all that remained of 
Abraham Lincoln. All present felt the soleai- 
rtity of the occasion, and no man could have 
\vitncs.«ed tlje touching scenes without melt- 
ing to Ujars Even Secfetwry Stanton, whose 
coolness and >elf-po?se8sien were remarkab) >, 
could uot keep f>ack the silent monitors of in- 
ward sorrow which rolled out from his eyes 
over his cheeks. Mrs. Lincoln lemained but 
a short time, when she was assisted into her 
carriage, and with her son Robert, and other 
friends, she was driven to the house, where 
hut last evening she left for the last time w ith 
her husband. 

THK (JORPSR Of THE LAi'K PRKSIDKNT. 

Washinoton, April 16. — The corpse of the 
late President has been laid out in the White 
House. It is dressed in the suit of black worn 
by him at his late inauguration. A placid 
smile lesis up ill his features, and the deceased 
s«.eiiis Iu be III u calm sleep. The corpse will 
he laid out iu state in the east room on Tues- 
day, iu order to give the public an opportunity 
to see once more the features of him they loved 
so well. The catafalco upon which the body 
will rest is to be placed m the south part of 
tht^ east roogi, and is somewhat similar in style 
to that used on the death of Prtsident Har- 
rison. 



INAUGURATION OF PRESIDENT 
JOHNSON. 

Iuier«6lliiff Ceremonies on the 
Occasion. 



8pc«ck «C tli« Mew President. 



into the parlor, where .Schuyler 
seated waiting for a short interview with the 
President, on business which had a bearing 
upon his proposed overland trip. A few mo- 
ments elapsed when President Lincoln enter- 
ed the room, and a short conversation took 
place, touching upon various matters. The 
President was in a happy and jovial frame of 
mind. Mr. .Vshmun desiring to see him on 
special business, and there being no time to 
attend to it then, the President took out a 
card, and placing it on his knee, wrote as 
follows : 

" Alli>w Mr. Ashmun and friend to come to 
me at 9 a. m. to morrow. A. Lincoln. 

"April 14, 18C'.." 

These were the last words that hc penned. 
It was the last time that he signed his name 
to any order, document or message. Mr. 
Lincoln finally stated he must go to the thea- 
tre, and warml> pressed Speaker <,'olfax and 
Mr. Ashmun to accompany him, but they ex- 
cused themselves on the score of previous 
engagements. 
AlKiut eight p. M ,Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln start- 
ed for the carriage, the latter taking the arm 
of Mr. Ashmun, and the President and Mr. 
Colfax walking together. As soon as the 
President and Mrs. Lincoln were seated in the 
carriage, the latter gave orders to the coach- 
man to drive around to Senator Harris' resi- 
dence for Mrs. Harris. As the carriage roll- 
ed away they said "good bye, good bye," and 
Messrs. Ashmun, Colfax and the carriage had 
in a moment more disappeared from the 



BEFORE THR MURDRR. 
The Herald's Washington special sends 
details of events preceding the assassination 
of the President, and his last hours. Aliout 

half past seven v. m. Hon. Get Ashmun ,r , • j • ^ 

called lit the White House, and was |»icre(^ remains will be temporarily deposited in the 

r Coliax was vault of the Conirre sional Cemetery, and 



WllKRE HE IS TO BE BDRIRD 

It is understood the funeral will take place 
on Thursday next. Rev. Dr. Qurley will 
doubtless be the officiating clergyman. The 



thereafte' taken to Mr. Lincoln's home at 
Springfield. 

j UK KITNERAL CRRRMON'IC.>«. 

The funeral ceremonies of the late Presi- 
dent will uke place on Wednesday. The 
lime for the remains to leave the city, as well 
as the route by which they will lie Uken to 
Springfield, is as yet undetermined. The pro- 
cession will form at II o'clock. 

Afsistant Secretary Harrington has been in 
con-iiltation to-night relative to the arrange- 
ments with Governor Oglesby, Senator Yates, 
Ex Representative Arnold, of Illinois, and 
Generals (iiant, Halleck and Auger, and Col. 
Nichols and Admiral Farragut and Shubricks. 
Services will commence at noon, at which 
hour throughout the whole land, the various 
religious sects have been requested to assem- 
ble in their respective places of worship and 
prayer. The procssion will move at 2 p. m. 
Details will be made known as soon as per- 
fected. 

PROCLAMATION. 

The Acting Secretary of .State has issued the 
following orders to the people ot the Uniud 
Stotes : 

"The undersigned is directed to announce 
that tte funeral ceremonies of the late {Chief 
Magistrate will take place at the Executive 
Mansion in this city at 12 o'clock noon ou 
Wednesday, the 19th. The various religious 
denominations throughout the country are in- 
vited to meet in tbeir respectire places of wor- 



Washinotos, April 16.— Yesterday morn- 
ing Attorney General Speed waited upon 
Hon. Andrew Johnson, and officially informed 
him «f the sudden and unex|>ected decease 
of President Lincoln, and stated ihat an early 
hour might be appointed for the inauguration 
of his successor. The following Is a copy of 
the communication referred to : 

•• Washinoion, April 1:1. 
" Sir : Abraham Lincoln, President of the 
United States, was shot by an assassin last 
livening. At Ford's Theatre in this city, and 
died at tho hour of 7 ti o'clock this morniug. 
.\bout the same time at which the President 
was shot, an assafsiii entered the sick cham- 
ber of the Hon. W. H. Sewird. .Secretary of 
Sute, and stabl)ed him in sereral places in 
the throat, face and neck, severely, if not 
mortally wounding him. The other mem- 
bers of the Secretary's family were dangpr- 
Qusly (Vounded by the assassin while making 
bis osoapQ. 

" By tho death of President Lincoln, the 
office of President has devolved, under the 
Constitution, upou you. The emergency of 
the Government demands that you should 
immediately qualify according to the require 
ments of the Con.stitution, and enter upop thp 
4u(ies o{ PrpsidcHt of fhe Vwitert htflies. IJ 
you will please juaUe known your pleasure, 
such arrangements as you deem proper wjll 
be mad9. 

Your obedient servants, 

HUGH McCULLOCH, 
Secretary of the treasury. 
E. M. .STANTON, 
Secretary of War. 
G. WELLF^, 
Btfpretary o( the Nayy. 
WxM.pKNNlSON, 
Postmaster General. 
J.p.VSHE«, 
.''ecretai y of the Interior. 
James speed, 
Attorney GeneraL 

To Audrew .lohnion, Vice President of the 
Lulled States. 
Mr. Johnson requested that the ceremony 
take place at his rooms at the Kirkwood 
Hoi|se, at this cjty, at 10 o'clock |n thetnom- 
ing. itou. H. t'. Chase, Chiei Justice of the 
United States Supreme Court, was notified of 
the tact aud desired to be present to adminis- 
ter the oath of office. At the al)Ove named 
hour the following gent^ assembled iu the 
Vice President's room to participate in the 
cercmiiny ; Hoij. S. P. ChabC Hon. H. Mc- 
CuUoch, Attorney Geuernl Speed, F. p. ^l^jr, 
Hon. Mou^gomery als^ir, Stiuator Foote ol 
Vermont, Yates of Illinois, Ramsey of Min- 
nesota, .Stewart of Nevada, Hale of New 
Hampshire, and General Farnesworth of lll- 

iniilk. 

.\fter the presentation of the above letter, 
the Chief Justice administered the following 
oath to Mr. Johnson : "I do solemnly swear 
that 1 will faithfully execute the office of 
Preaident of the United States, and will, to 
the best of my ability, preserve, protect and 
defend the Constitution of the United SUtes." 
After receiving the oath and being declar- 
ed President of the United States. Mr. John- 
son remarked : 

"Uextlemkn : I mu.st be permitted to say 
that I heve been almost overwhelmed by the 
announcement of the sad evcut which Jias so 
recently occurred. I feel incompetent to per- 
form duties so important and responsible as 
those which have been so unexpectedly thrown 
on me. As to aa Indication of any policy 
which may be pursued by me in the adminis- 
trittiou of the Government, I ufust say that 
that must be left to development as the ad- 
ministration progresses. The message or 
declaration must be by acts as tbey transpire. 
The only assurance I can give of the future 
is a reference to the past course I have taken 
in connection with this rebellion. My past 
public life, which has been long and labo- 
rk>u8, has lj«en found, as I in geod conscience 
believe, upon a great principle of right, which 
lies at the|basis of all thing.H. The best ener- 
gies of my life have been spent in endeavoring 
to establi'h and perpetuate the principles of 
fii>e government. I lielieve that the Govern- 
ment, in passing through the present perils, 
wiH settle down on principles consonant with 
popular rigfits more permanent and enduring 
than heretofore. I must be permitted to say, 
if I underst;ind the feelings of my own heart, 
I have long labored to ameliorate and elevate 
the condition of the great mass of the Ameri- 
can people. Toil and an honest advocacy of 
the great principles of government have been 
my lot. The duties have been mine, the con- 
sequences are God's. This has been the 
foundiitlou of my political life, and I feel that 
iu the end the government will triumph, and 
that these great principles will )>e permanent- 
ly established. In conclusion, gentlemen, let 
me say that I want your encouragement and 
countenance. I shall rely upon you and oth- 
ers In cjirrying the government through its 
present perils. I feel in making this request 
that it will be heartily respvinjed to by yon 
and other patriots and lovers of the rights and 
interests of a free nation." 

At the conclusion of his remarks, the Presi 
dent received the kind wishes of his friends 
fiy whom he was surrounded. A few miiiutes 
were devoted to conversation. All were deep- 
ly impressed with the solemnity of the occa- 
sion and the recent sad occurrence that caused 
the necessity for the speedy inauguration ol 
the President, was gravely discussed. Mr. 
Johnson is in line health, and has an earnest 
sense of the important trust coufided to him. 
Win. Hunter, Chief Clerk of the State De- 
partment, has beenappointed Acting Secretary 
of State. A special meeting of the Cabinet 
was held at the Treasury Department at 10 
o'clock this A. M. 

A CORRK.s:ONI)EXT OK THR CHICAGO 
TRIBUNE. 

The bearing of the Vice President on the 
occasion of taking the oath ot office answeret) 
the expectations of his most ardent fnends. 
His appeirance denotes the possession of ex- 
cellent health, and that his sterling intellect- 
ual powers are in no degree impaired. Y'^our 
correspondent had the pleasure of seeing him 
during the late visit to Richmond, and was 
most hopefully impressed by his bearing and 
conversation. His relations with the old 
members of the Cabinet are most cordial. 



^ber Facts for Thinking People. 

Year after year, for an eighth ot a century, the 
press of the country has chronicled the beneficial 
eibcts of flOSTETTEIfS STOMACH BITTK.RS. 
Kditors, authors, physicians, merchuitH, officers 
of the army and navy, chemists, connsellors, 
uuoistera, of the gospel, in short, a great cloud 
of witnesses of every profession, trade and call- 
ing, Imve testilied to U» efficiency as a tonic and 
regulatiug modicine, 1 he names and statements 
of these witnesses hare l>eeB published in the 
public prlnt:<. Many of them are well known to 
the whole public. Their testimony bai never 
t>een ohallcnged or Impugned. Upon eWdence 
far leas weighty, men are aciiultted or oondemaed 
by conscientious Juries. 

UOSrETlUB'S STOHACa BtTTEUS, Is 
notibowever, upon trial. It has be<>n tried and 
pronounced uu the authority of those whose life 
and health It has preserved, a pure, harmless, 
and emineutly salutary preparation. Attempts 
have been made to rival It. They have failed. 
Can it be necessary tosiy why tliey have flailed t 
Ask the reoovered dyspeptics, blUluus sufferers, 
victims of lever and ague, and nervous suttiects 
who have experienced Its eSects, what they think 
of It. Ask them and le guided solely by what 
they say. Sold everywhere. aprlttdfcwlw 

A FKW REASONS WHY THE 

AMERICAN WATCH 

IS THE BEST. 
It U made on the best principle, whild the for- 
eign watoh Is gHnerally made upon no principle 
at aU. The foreign watch is mostly made by wo- 
men and boys, BY HANI). Whild ih»lr labor Is 
cheap their work U deir at auy price. Such 
watches are ro*de without plan, and sold without 
gusrsnteo. Thoy are Irregular in construction, 
kUd quite as irregular in movement. 'I hey are 
desigued only to sell, and the buyer is the party 
thoroughly sold. Those who have kept 'ancres,' 
'lepiaea,' and 'Swiss levers' in prolesied repair 
for a few years will appreciate the truth of our 
dialement. 

THF. PLAN OF THE AMKUICAN WATCB. 
Instead of ttulng made uf several hundred little 
pieces, screwed together, tfie body of the Amer- 
Kau watoh is formed of SOLID PLATES. Ho 
jar Interfered with the harmony of Us working, 
and no rudJeu shock can throw Its maehlnery 
out of gear. Iu riding, or any bualiieas pursuit, 
it is all held together as tlrmly as a single piece 
uf metal. It U Just wliat all machinery should 
be— 

Wt. ACCURATE, -^d. SIMPLE. 3d. STRONG. 
4th. ECONOMICAL. 

We not only seuure CHEAPNESS by our sys- 
tem, but QOALITlf. We do not pretend'fhat 
our watoh can be tiought for less money tlian the 
foreign make believer, but that lor Us real value 
it Is sold for one-hall the price. 

OUK SOLDIEK'S WATCH (named W«. El- 
lery). |s what its name indicates- so.ld, suhatan- 
tial, and always reliable— warranted to etaud any 
amount of mvchiug, riding or fighting. 
OUKMKIT HIOHER gUAilTY of WATCH 
naroAd P. S. Bartlett), is Blmiiar In sUe and gen- 
eral appearance, but has more Jewels, and a more 
olaborate HDish, 

OUR LAUlKS' WATCH, lecenUy brought 
out, is put up in a great variety ol pattert^s, m^ny 
ol them of rsre beauty and workmanship. Is quite 
small, hut warrauted ta KEEP TIME, 

OUK VOUNU UENlLEMAN'ii WATCH U 
neat, not large, aud luvt the thing for the pocket 
of Young America. 

THE PROtlF ol the merits of our watch may 
be found lu the fact tliat we now employ over 
seveu huudred workmen iu our factories, and 
that we are«tlli unable to supply the constantly 
increatlog demand. 

OUR TB«EE.qOARl"ER PLATE WATCH 
it thlunHi and lighter than the others we have 
described. Its flue chronometer balance Is dell 
cately adjusted to correct the variation caused by 
changps of temperature. These watches are the 
irulta of the latent experiments in chronometry, 
and are made br uur best workmen. In a S4«parqte 
depapment of our fHctqrv, Fo," th# Unestttme* 
keuptag qui|lUles they challenge coaipari«on with 
the btat works of the most famous and English 
aud Swiss makers. 

ftKOBnilVS ^ APPLlBTOlir. 

AUEIx'TS FOUTUE AMEHICAN WATCBCO., 

1S2 Broadway, New York. 

avS-dawlm 



A tliugle Box ofBraudreth's Pills 

cooUius more vogetabl'^ extravtive matter than 
twenty boxva of any Pills in the world besides; 
filty-fiTC hundred pliysioiaus use tliem iu tiieir 
praotice to the exclusion of other purgatives. 
The first letter of their value Is yet scarcely ap- 
preciated. When they are better known sudden 
deatb and continued sickness wUI be of the past. 
Let those who know them speak right out In 
their favor. It is a duty which wlU save life. 

Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated 
bile at this season, and it is a^ dangerous as it is 
prevalent; but Brandretli's Pills afford an Inval- 
uable aud ctBcient protection. By their occasion- 
al use we prevent the collection of thoae impuri- 
ties, which, when iu suflicient quantities, cause 
80 much danger to the body's health. They soon 
cure liver complaint, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, 
pain in the bead, heart-burn, pain in the breast- 
bone, sudden faintness and coBtlveness. Sold by 
all respectable dealers In medicines. 

apls-dfcwlm. 



Thk Grkat English Remedy. — Sir 

jAl(K8Cl.AKKIi:'8CKL,EBl'.A1EU FEMALK PILLS. 

i'repartd from a pretcription of Sir J. Clarke, 
ii. v., Phytician Extraordinary to the Queen. 

This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the 
cure of all those painful and dangerous diseases 
to which the female oonstitution is subject. It 
moderates all excess and removes all ol>Btruo- 
tlons, and a speedy cure may be relied on. 

To Married Ladies It Is peculiarly suited. It 
win, iu a short time, bring on the monthly period 
with regularity. 

Each bottie, price One Dollar, bears the Gov- 
•rameat stamp ol Ureal Britain, to preventcoun- 
terfeiU. 

CAUTION.— Tkese Filltihould not be takrn by 
Female* <iuri$iif the FIHSt THHKK AfOMTHS 
of Prfgnancy, as they are sure to bring on AH»- 
earriage, but at any other time they are safe. 

In all cases of Nervous and Splcal AlTectlonH, 
Pains in the Back aud Limbs, >atl£ue on slight 
exertion, PalplttUou of the Heart, ilysteiics auJ 
Whites, theite Pills will eflect a cure wiien all 
other means have failed ; and although a power- 
ful remedy, do uot coutaiu Iron, calomel, antimo- 
ny, or anything hurtlul to the uoustitution. 

rull directions iu tho pumuh let around each 
package, which nhould be carefully preserved. 

Sold by all Druggists. Sole Agent for the 
United ttUtes aud Canada, JOB MOSES, 
•it Cortlandt street N. Y. 

N. B.— $1 and 6 stampii eucloned to any author 
tied ageut, will insure a bottle, contaiulng tifty 
Pills, by return mall. 

oo'.idtool.'iU wtnoylo.'S5>8wr 



U.S.7 30 LOAN 



By authority of the Seirelary of the Treasury, 
the undersigned has a!>Bumed the General Sub- 
BOrtption Agency for tie sale of United States 
Treasury Notes, bearing seven and three-tenths 
percent, interest per anaum, known as the 

Seven-Thirty I^oan. 

These Notes are iasuel under date of June 
IStb, 1865, and arc payable three years from that 
time, in currency, or are convertible at the otKion 
of he holder into 

v. S. 5-20 iiiz per cent. 
OOXiD-BSABISrO BOZTDS. 

These bonds are now tvorth a premiura which 
increases the actual pr< fit on tho 7-:iO loan, and 
Us exemption from StiUe and ATunicipaf tura ■ 
tioH adds from one to i hree per cent, more, ac- 
cording to the rate levied on other properl)'. 
The luterest is payable lumi-aubually bycoupous 
attached to each note, tvhlch may be cut oti' und 
sold to any baulc or tMoknr. 

The interest amounts to 



ill GOODS! 



mmm lo hand 



BUTLER'S FIASCO 

At Foit Fisher was scarcely a greater failure 
than is daily made by most of tlie advertised hair 
dyes; nor was Terry aud Porter's Victory more 
complete, perfect and glorious, than the oonquest 
acldeved by 

CRISTADOKU'S HAIR U\E 

Over gray, red und sandy lieads of hair. The ob- 
noxious hue Is wiped out in live minutes, and a 
magntfloent brown or black, glossy and natural, 
takes Its place. Manufactured by J. Cristadoro, 

No, 0. Astor House, >iew York. Sold by Drug 
gists. Applied by all Hair Dressers. 

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LYON'S KATHAmOW. 

Katbalron is from the Greek word " Kathro," 
or "Kathalro," signifying to oleanxe, rejuvenate, 
and restore. This article is what Its name signi- 
fies. Eor preserving, resiorlDg aud t>eaatUylng 
the human hair It is the most remarkable prepar- 
ation lu the WLirld. U id Agt^in owned and put 
up by the original proprietor, and Is ugw made 
with the name care, skill uad attention which 
gave It a sale of over one mlUlou bottles per aa- 
nam. 

It Is a moiit Uellghtful Hair Dressing. 

It eradicates «('urf iiBd i4:;u4,«;(r. 

It keepa th« lit^ita uoul ftud vlenn- ' 

It makes the lukir rich, soft aud glossy. 

It preveuts the halrtromlrtUing off and turning 
iray. 

It restores hafr upon bald heads. 

Any i&dy or geniiemaa who values a beaatUtol 
bead of luur should uso Lyou's Katludron. It Is 
ku-^wn aud used throu|(bout the clvUized world. 
Sold by all respectable dealers. 

D&ilAB 8. BARNES k CO.. New Nark. 



Moxloan MuBtaug Liniment. 

The parties in St. I ouls and ClnclDuatl, who 
have b<ien counterfeiting the Mustang Liniment 
under pruteime of proprietorship, nave been 
thoroughly estopped by the Courts. To guard 
against furthur imposition, i have procured from 
tte U. S. Treasur> a private steel pUte revenue 
snap, which is placed over the top of each bot- 
IK ,^ Vach stamp bearH the fuc ^imiU of my sig- 
i' t ,ar^d witiii/Ut which the artde Is a coun- 
aft I lyugerous and worthless Imitation. Ex- 
ami 'e*<'^ bottle. This Liniment has been In 



Pioneei* F'oxxndry 

MACHINE WORKS 

OF" AUNNttSOTA. 

cha^thof: of basei : 

Sloe J the destruction by fire of the Pioneer 
Foundry la St. Paol, in July last, we have elect- 
ed a shop at Mluueapoliii, io order to avail our- 
selves ol the taciliiiiis of water power in our bus- 
laesB. We expect to get iu o(>eraiiou about the 
l&th of April, when we shall be prepared to do 
any kind uf mill machinery or other castings 
that miy be called for. Ueing practical Iron and 
brails founders and ouschiuists uf 26 years experi. 
enue civ years in tlii.t btate), we think we can 

f[lve cur pitrons good tuiir-faction, both in qual- 
ty aud priot* of work iu our line. We nhali be 
able to turntsh Ordinary Castings, 6 cents per lb. 
Brsss raslings, 7.5 cents per lb. Babbit Metal, 
&0 to 75 centj per lb. loathe work and finishing, 
from $5 to #<> par day. Patte'ii Making, 4* V*>' 
day. Having an experienced pattern Maker, we 
can make any pattern that may he wauled. Upon 
Ihe opening vunavigatiun we intend to cast every 
day, Sunday's except ed, so tliat we shall be able 
to furnish castiuas without the usual delay. Old 
iron, bra**, copper, lead, ac, wanted. 

OILMAN X CO , Pioneer Fonndry, 
Adjoining Perkins & (Crocker's tirlst Mill. 
Minneapolis, April 10, itMM. aplld&w-iy 

NEIV K.OUTE 

To La Crosse Via Rochester. 

tT. O. BuvbauU Sl Oo. 

Bava stooked the Road from St. Paul to RooIihs 
tar (rannlBg v%u (nver Urove, Kmplre City, Can. 
non ValU, Hader, Zumbrota, Pine Island and Oro- 
noco), with Qood Horses and first -clasg Concord 
oaobca, and run as follows, viz : 

Leave St. Paul at 4 o'clock a. k. 

Arrive at Rochester same evening at 7 o'clock 

Leave Roohester at 4 o'clock, a.m. 

Arrive at St. Paul sane evsulng at 7 o'oloek. 

Passengeri foiag East by this line, leave Saint 
Paul at 4 o'clock a.m.; arrive at Rochester at 7 
o'clock p. M.; leavA Rochester at 7 o'clook a. v 
(next day) and arrive at Winona In season for 
Boat to La Crosse same day. 

Ootober U, iftU. oeSt-tl 

FLAX MILLS, 

The Uaion J<'lax Mills Company, 

OP CHICAGO, ILL., 

are msDufacluring anddesire toextend the use cf 

8. A. CXL¥3M1E1VS» 

Improved Plax-Cleaning 

▲ ND 

FLAX-SEED THRESHINQ MACHINES. 



Notesof all the denomi nationa uam.td wid be 
promptly furnished U1.0 a rnnelptof subBsriptloci^, 
and the notes forwarded at once. lh« iuterest 
to loth June next ^vill jc paid iu advance. This Is 

THE ONLY U'AN IN MARKFl 

Now otrerad by the 0(iverum><ut, and it is coufi- 
dently expected that it 3 aupurior aJvauld^^ea will 
make It the 

Great Popular Loan of the People. 

Less than it.'<U0,000.0(O ol the Loan Aulhori^ed 
by the last Congress am now on the market. 
This auiouut, at the latc at whiih it is being aii- 
sorbed. v^iil be subscribed for uithin the next 
four months, when tlie notes ^kill unduubt. 
ediy oomuiaud a premium, sm lias uuitoiinly tn>eu 
the case on closing lliti subscriplioua toother 
Loans. 

lu Older tlukt cillziusof every town and sec* 
tlonofthe countiy niiiy beaUordeaittcilitlesUr l-5|7|i'{)P? T? I^ITP' W^AR 
taking the loan, thoN itioual Uaukd, Staid banks 
and private Baukerd throughout the couutry 
have geuiiially agreiid to receive subscriptions at 
par. Subscribers will select their own agents, in 
whom tbey have conii fence, aud who ouly aie to 
t>e reepoubibid for the dblivery ot Ihe nuteis for 
which they receive oriors. 

JAY C'OOKIl!, 
Subscription Ageut, Fhiladeiphia. 



A 9 



SUBSCBIFTlONb WII.T, BE BE' HIVED by the 

First National Bank of 8t. Paul, 

AND BV IHri 

Second INationalirk of St. Paul. 

March 25, IkeS. ap? 3md&w 



The Ninth National Bank 

OK THK Clf 1 UK NKV/ VOKI\, 
OAl'I'TAli, ^1,4 UO,(MM» PAID IIV. 

FISCAL AUKNT Ol'^THK UNITKD hTATKb, 
And SmciAi, AuKNr fuk Jav Cookk, iji k- 

SCR1P1 lOS AllRN r, 

irill4«Uv«>rY-34l ]Vo(«a fr^e «rcliiar«r« 

by express, iu all pirtx ol ihi- country, and re- 
ceive in payment checks on Now Yorlc. Phila- 
delphia aud Uostou, turreiit billet, and all live per 
cent, iuterest notes, villi iuteresModate of sub- 
scription. Orders sent by mail will b« promptly 
filled. This Bank ret elves Iheaccouutb ol Kuuks 
and Kuukwrs on faveiable leriii.s; also of individ- 
uals keeiiiug New Vork accounts. 
J.T. UILL Cashl.sr. J. U. OUVIS. Pres't. 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 



FAST FRl'JGHT LINE 



AT 



jrOHlV iH. CAIMI*'©, 



14 *a irhircl street. 



msh21 



KOTCCK. 



1^1 A MT en 

Wv have a lot of the Largest Fggs of the sea- 
son, tip top for t^ter. 

.Some No. 1 Chease-^good enough lor Raster. 

Tickles, Canned an4 Dried Fruit!>. and 0>sters 
—good for Kaster time. 

Tea), Mugars, C'olfeps, Spices— all good and 
cheap. 

Fluur. Apples. Onions, Potatoes, Turnips, 
Dried Apples, Beans, Peas, &c., &c 

These goods will b«* offered at the lowest pos- 
sible prices, and if not sold before Faster, we will 
willingly wait on you any time alterwards aad 
deli\er tlieiii at your residences free of charge. 
DUGAN, RUNNETTE & CO. 

.St. Paul, April 15, 1865. marl7-ly 

IN COTTAGK QROVF, WASHINGTON CO. 



We would again call the attectlsn of 
chants to the induce nents oil'ercd by this 
known Cumpauy lor the 



Mer- 

Will- 



S^fVi 



; ^v«Ly In favor for many years. There 

1 hamlet ou the habitable Globe 



use and 
hardly hk.i ts 
that does wit ccutaln evidence of its wonderful 
effects. It 'I ff*^ best eiuolient in tee world. 
With It* preisj^' i>l5>roved ingredients, its effect 
upou man and l\. <^ are. perfectly remarkable. 
Sores are heaftd, p'lfci. relieved, lives saved, val- 
uable auliuais made useful, aud untold Ills as- 
suaged, tor cuts, brui3b«, sprains, rheumatism, 
iwelllngs, blteb. cuts, cak-d br<«sts, atralned 
horses, &o.,it Is a sovereign rcmedv that should 
never b« dispeused with. It should be In every 



family. Sold by all Druggists. 

D. 8. BARNES fc CO. 



New Toik. 



BOOK AND JOB PRINTINB. 



The Press Prlntluir C'o. 

n order to keep pace with their rapidly Inoreas 
tng business are constantly extending thelrfa* 
oUities for Book and Job Printing. They have 
recently introduced Steam Into tneir astabltsb 
ment.andput upaflotherof 

HOE'S LAKtiE ' CYLINliKR fKESSES 

We are prepared to Print all kinds of 
BOOKS. PAMPHLETS. BRIEFS. 

PUSTKRU, PROUUAMMES, BILLUKAD:! 

BLANKS, BILLS Of LADING, 

CIRC0LAR8, 

And every other deserlptloa of 

FLAW AUDURNAMMNTAl. IFMIMTUTO 

At moderate rates and at short .notton. 



HA.aAN'S MAQNOIiIA BALM. 

This is the most dulightful and extraordinary 
article erer discovered. It changes the sun-burnt 
face aud hands to s pearly satin texture of rav- 
ishing beauty, i'opnrtiijg the marble purity of 
vodth, and the <ii:t/ttii/u« aprearauOti bo Inviting 
lu tbH city belle of fashion. It removes tan, 
freckles, pimples and roughness irom the skin. 
leaviuK tne i^omplealon fresh, transparent and 
smoOih. It contains no material Inlurlous to the 
sklu. PatronUod bv Aotr,«8ees and Opera Sing> 
ers. It is what every lady should have, bold 
everywhere. Prepared by 

W. E. UAOAN, Troy, N. T. 

Address all orders to 

DF.M AS S. BARNES fc CO., New T 

•ep22-dAweow-ly-wes'y ork. 

NEW rERFUDXE 

FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. 



.oowKsr, 




A lfl*«l ExqnUiie, DHicnie «N<i Fra- 
Craal PrrfiiiM^. Diatilird fr»tu She 
Barr mat Br«nlirul Flawer frAMt 
W^irh il lakra iu ■■■§«. 
Manufactured only by PH AE.ON * SOrV. 

^T Beware of Counterfeits. 

A»k for Phnlon'»—Tnke no otktnr 
•old bj druggists generaUy. 



Several of these Fiax-Cleanlng Uacldnet have 
recently been put In operation in Flax Uills in 
this region, and ona of them may t>e seeu run- 
ning in this city, which, drh eo by twenty-borso 
mottvp power, and attended by five men, pro- 
duces at one op<>ratlon, trom good dew-rotted 
tlsx Ktraw, «r superior quality of clean, long and 
open Flax Tow at the average rate of 1>; tons ot 
Tow per day. 

For this Tow there is a large demand at Ihe 
Bast ior rplnniug purposes— the prnent require- 
ment being IVoaa 50 to 75 tons daily, and the de- 
mand rapidly increasing. 

For the purpose of developing the butiuess es 
tablished by our machinery, and the demand for . 
ltf> product we propose to co-operate with local 
capitalists at desirable points for growing Flax 
lu the Northwest, en the business basis of an 
qual division of net profits. 

The plan of the proposed co-operatlou, in gen- 
eral terms, is a* fuUovts, Tiz: We furnish for 
use and set up one of our Flax-Cleaning Ma- 
chlaes iu the Flax Mill provided by tbeco-operat- 
ing party, and also furnish a skllllul hand loin- 
siruct In ruuning the Mill and keeping the ma- 
chinery in order, giving alito the beneUt of our 
long experience iu the Flax business, aud offer- 
ing special advantages lu marketing the product 
of the mill. We also propose to furnish, for the 
use of Mch Fiax Mill, 8. A. Clemens' Flax-seed 
TbreshlnA Machines, both for removing seed and 
»f^ ends ft'Offl flax straw bound aud kept 
straight, and for removing seed from tangled 
straw, each machine removing and crushing 
lite seed bolts, ready for wiouowing the seed. 

Ihe local co-operating parly «U1 provide:— 

First, m Flax Mill, building and twenty-horse 

■btive power, with shafting, ftc, for conveying 

the power to the Flan cleaning Machine. Second, 

two Flax Barns, each of capacity to store 250 tons 

of Flax straw. Third, ample grounds in the vi- 

Otnlty of the Flax Mill fur Flax Bams and for 

staoking Flax straw. Fourth, hay scale, platform 

scale, power baling pres^ and implements for the 

Flax Mill. Hjlh, about 1,500 ton». orthe product 

of about '.2.000 acre.', of good dew rotted Flax 

straw annually. Sixth , labor and teams for oper- 
ating the Flax Mill. 

1 he eo-operating party can make, as his share, 
net, annual profits of from two to three hun<ir.-d 
per oent. on his permanent investmeut ol about 
110,000 required lor a Flax .Mill. 

Parties proposing to start Flax Mills shoiriJ 
make immediate arraugements for putting in, 
early this spring, the necessary crop, by aiding 
the farmers In the vicinity of the propo-ed Fiax 
Hill to get seed, aud by coutracting with them for 
2,000 acre., of Flax, sown at the rate ot !>,' bueh- 
el- to an acre. 

We hsve made arrangements «itb Lln!<eed Oil 
maiiururiurers, by which co-operating p:>rties c«n 
Uft lax 6eed loaned by them. 

v> I- «re iirepared to give farther and fall infor- 
UHiloii rt-lativeto the Flux bu.-ines:*. andvill 
« lid ur circulars to tliose requesting them ; and 
Mil al o exhibit one of our machines running lu 
Uti city, aud refer to the parties using them else- 

wlieie, 

IJMIOM FiiAJ^ aaruLsco. 

JAS. J. WALWORTH, Pres't. 
S. A. CLEMENS, Oen'ISup't. 
47<MBce, 225 Lake sueet, Chicago, 111. 

asl-dlm 



Tpansportal.ion of Freight 

y R O INl 

NEW YOllK & BOSTON 

TO TIIH WKST. 

Running Tbeir Own Cars 

over the entire route, aud 

MMM THi:m OUIV A(>l>:i^TS 

At all points bf Iran j-Mhlpmeol , ttiey arc enabled 

Xo Mt«1ce JKettei- Tliue 

than an] competlag route. 

While their Ka.es are Always as Low 
A lu I.-R A. I Tj Iu ink 

can oFfirtt. 



It is a miffaken den that this Company ts an 
"Express" Coiu^auy, charging "hxpress" 
rates. By a compsriKon ot their printed turidt!, 
It will be seen that tbeir rates are th,' same ae (he 
regular Bail Roads. 

G 1* «:> O Tl W H 

Will find Itttie best route by which to ship their 

FIRST tSECO^DCLAS.S GOOD-J, Sdviiig 

both time and wa:!trg4 ari.-iug from 

improper haudUug, an annoyance 

which is no siohll it^m to 

business men. 

All over-charges and ctatim of every kind an 

settled on presentniiou at our ofbce, thu>« savlufr 

Merchants the trouble and delay of a reference 

to Eanem Agents, who are proverbially diiato 

ry, if they eveu respond at all I 

Will do well to cill at either of our 1> astern offi 
ces before inakiu;; coutraots elsewhere, 

n. ir. llilI.I.A R, Siip'f, 
Buffalo, N. T. 

A. H. I.IVI.ll«il»TOM, Agent, 
IJi Hurray !St.,N. V. 
C «it. UIUISEH, A^fnt 

79 Washington Street, 
Boston, Mass, 



J. C. &H. CBUKBANKJtCO. 

AuKNTs, Saint Paul, Minn. 
mchlO-Sm 



One Farm of 130 Acres, 

Kuibracing both timber and fine prairie, and 40 
lurea uni-er good cultivation, with 

CiOUO U«rKl.K.IM« HOVIIB, 

Cellar, Cistern, Stable and Uranary — owned by 
K. C. Robinson. 

One Farm of 198 Acres, 

Fiiibraclcg line timber and good prairie land, 
with a heautilul lake ol clear water-50 acres un- 
d.'r good lultivatiou. with good buildings, house. 
I.arn, stable, granary aud sheds— occupied by 
sutwcrlfjer. 

Any one wi»<hing to locate would do well to 
examine either of the above described premises 
beioTi! purc'moiug elnewliere. 

F.niiulre at Cottage tirove of 

J. W. FURBER. 

March :tO, W 6. mar. W-lm. ^ 

O rover A. Ba.l<er*s 

CEI.KBKATBD HIOUKSr rUKMIUM 

SEWING MACHINES 



TBFKK AKK MORE OF THEM IN USE 

THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 

IN THE WORLD' 



They will Stitch, Sfam, Hem, Fell, Tuck, 
Brad, Bind, Coid, and Qoilt, and are 

'Slxf Only IVIachine 

THAT WILL 

I^'mbroLder Beautifull5% 

Call and tee them, at 

260, Qreenleaf's Block, 

IHIKD S fit RET, ST. PAti'L. 



ALL KINDS OK- 

M A O TI I N K \V O R K 

done, and satisfaction warianted. 

Rilk Thread. Cojl. &c.^ 



f.r;<.'-t» 



Fur Sale. 

tt. E. OEIfi, 
ifen'l Aeent for MInnesot 



1^ OR SALK. 

2,500 CElMRFENi'E POSTS, 



«• 



Of areri dasorijition for 

iCwntLllnnrtn is order tm thabaf>n»w,mtt>n 



Baonrdsj or Aoi 



AT fHK 



Get. IS. ISM. 



.UaiMKU YAHD OF 

d. B. BASSKn&CO., 

MinneapolU, Min. 

t may 15 



ICH:! ICE! lOfiX 



The under>lgiiod are prepired to deUver fee to 
all their regu'ur and tracslent customers at tba 
folloainprate^ for the reason of Isii.'. : 

FiKT* CENTS PER lOJ PODNDS. 
No less than fifty cents per Wcok for the small- 
est quantity. Any person cjmmenciDg Intake 
fee siter the tirst day of . unc will be charged ona 
cai.t per ]ioui,d ou dt-livery, or at the expiration 
of ea h aerk. 

CUAS. SVMONOS, 

JOHN WAOENER. 
apl3-d3m 



Y^oou 

G 



UAV AMD I.I9iB. 



A. PRESCOTT. 

[:ttcce3sor to PENNY ft MEAQH 
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in 

Wood, Hay &^ H^itne. 

Wocd sawed, split aud delivered In any quanti- 

tity. Oideis solicited and promptly attended to. 

Office and Yard, corner Fourth aud St. Peter 

streets. 

aprlO-:tra 



C. A. PRESCOTT. 



LBOMARD 4k SMKi l«K. Baltdvra.- 
Shop in old Baptist Church Building on Filih 
street, near Jackion. All kinds of Carpenter 
work done to order. 



MSHKUUt, ArchltAvS.— Office in the 
• same bullil lug as Leonard k Shelre's Car- 
penter Shop, on F iftb street , near Jackson. De- 
signs, Flans and S] lecifications for buUdlngs of ev- 
•ry dascrlption, prepared on short notice. decSyl 




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I 



tfh 



F A I R U AN K. ' b 

aTAJrOABO 

SOA L.KS 

or ALT malts, 

Also, War^honsel mofci, L-ttMC * 

I*res8es, Ac, Ac, 

VAIRBANKB,URE1CNLI<IAF A CO., 
irS Liake .street , Chicago. For saia In itt. ra«L 

by J.C. <k H.c. Burbank ACo. 

Ho oarAfnl to hnc nnlv tH« v«nal«*. •»• 



m 



]^l!«MEI»OTA RIYKR PACI 

Will run henceforth regularly on the Mlnaaaotn 
river. A new boat for passeagere and freight- 
has two good barges. L. W. POND, 

R. McLaoan, Clerk. 

apll-S 



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TXJ.K WAiT^T FAUJL. DAILY FiiJESb. FfilOA^iT* APKIL 21^ 1«66. 



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|taUtaail$. 



i*TRST r>rvisiOKr 

ST. PAUL k PACIFIC K. R. 

On and •«« Mi»>NOAY, NUVKMBKK 7lh, 
raagen^Ar Train* wll run ».h lollowa ; 

MORNING. 

ltM«e« St.Jt>MiI 8:00 A.M. 

L«*ve8 dt . Anthony. 8 :46 A. m. 

L«»ve8 Manomln I>:10a,x. 

L«ftve9 Anoka 9:'l) a.m. 

l«mvi>i) It«»ca 10:09 A. w. 

Arrive »t Klk hirer 10:2Sa.m. 

EVENIJIQ. 

lieavef St.raal .S:90r. k 

Leaver St. Anthouy 4.20 f. > 

Ii<a«ye9 Mauouuu 4:45 p. » 

Leaved Auoka 5:'^ P. k 

Leave!. Ita.'ca 5:45 p. M 

▲rriveai Kik Kiver it:u6p, » 

CiOIX« KAHT. 

MOKNINO. 

L«*Tet KIk River 7:4«a.m 

Leaves Itac<^ 8:06 a.m. 

Leaver Anoka 8 :35 a, m. 

Leaved Manomin S:10 A.M. 

Leaved St. Anthony. 0:45 a.m. 

Artve atSt. t*aal 10:25 a.m. 

KVKNINU. 

I.eaveii K'k Kiver S:U5p.:»i 

lAMvea ItAdca 3:45 r. h 

Leaves Anoka t;^^. » 

Leave>«Uauouiln 4:45 p. w 

l.eave* »t. Autlti^ny 5:15 p, ^ 

Arrlvxat .St. Paul « 54v .» 

XICKK lis miitit b.> purcha.'aPtl at the Stations, 
©r an extra rate will be collected l.y the CVn- 
tluctor. 

DAILY mA:i<>illT XUAIXH. 

tioinjt Kadt , A.M. 

Uolng West p.m. 

apli^tr F. R. UELAXO. Sup't. 

jg :- a^ £a^- j p^jMfeM^ HfijiKHigg eg 
\evi iUiite East aiid Soiifb 

ViA 

RocheBter and Wiui>ua auJ St. Pttter 
KAlI.KOiVO. 

A fasdrtOKer train Icavo-i K.i.!i..r)ti.t Uaiir at r : 
~ju A. M , arriving ai U lauaa ai .'• o'cloik, t-. .11., 
oonnectlng v, ithih:' 

Minnesota Stag«)Co.'H liino 

for l.ai'ruijo. 

HeturuiDK, IsavO't Wluonaat 30 p. M„ arriv- 
ing at KochcsliT at 10 P. M 

Fa«i)enger!> by tliU route stop over nixht at 
Kuchi-dter and make the same time to and iroiu 
sn. Haul a.t by ttio Kiver Kuutd. 

For Tickets a|.ply to the Uinnesota i^tage 
CoDpany'sottioe. 

JOUN NBWEIiI., 
declStf tiu|>«<rtu(«>n«i«<Bt. 

FIHS'1'UI% ■»MU.'« MT.PAVB. AflU 
HACIKU' UAll.KOAU, 
Laso Ukp't, Maim and Biiani h lasiiit, 1 
Sir. t»Ai'L, Sept. itf, 1S*I. t 

NOT! OK 
TO JiETTLKKS ON K.R. LA!\OS 

Ail p-rdons daiaung land at liovtrnmeBtprlu ( 
who rOniJe lu the iown?hipi< named below, arc 
bt-reb; uotillcd Ih'it the iVuii>au) Itan ac^uiicU 
the tee to the kdilr,::i>i UnJ:; located in ioid 
townshipd. ana >hey urehc>rebv required to uiake 
proof of ttielr ri^ht to the lands occtti>ied by 
tbeia. and luake pii}uicint therr.ior accoi-Jing to 
the laws refraiating the saiud. 

UaDge. 

■fOTTHS SI, J*i, 120 41 

Towns 31,3-2, 33, l->0 22 

XowmSI, 32, 83, 34, 11«, Vta. 23 

f owns SI. 32, S3, 34, 35, 118, li«, 120, and Seo- 

tlous 1,5, and?, ui' Town ir/ 24 

8«<}ti01is 1, 3. 5, .,9, 11, 15, 17, 01 lowu 117 -.^6 

Ana whole TuWUsl 18, 119, 120, 121, 32, 33, 34, 

35 25 

SeoUons 1, 3, 5, 7, v, 11, 13, 15, 17, ol Town 

117 26 

Sections I, II, 13, 23. 2.5, ;<5, ol Uohu lis 20 

aectioud 1, 11, 13,2.1, -25, 35.01 I'owu 119 2« 

«rhole Towns 120, !2l,3t, 34, 36 26 

tieoUons 1, 3, 5, 7, 0, 11, U, 15, 17, Itt, 21, 23, ot 

ro«a 117 «7 

Whole Towns 120, 121 2: 

UKO. I.. BKOKKK, 

Mpiett' lAnd Commissioner. 

RE - OPENTNCr 

OH' Tim: 

O K IC ^V T 

CENTRAL ROUTE 



§vg <&0od0. 



NEW GOODS ! 



K A. w T 



D. W. Ingersoll & Co. 



Are receiving t>y express from the late 



PANIC AUCTION SALES 



IN NKW YORK. 



SPr^KTVDTD 8TYI-.«:S 



or 



TVET^" r>KlL.AITVES! 



ANP 



LADIES' DR[SS GOODS, 



c: j^L,lCOK8 



i RlEUHEn HINS, 



AND 



HOOP SKIRTS! 



which, together with an 
KX"TF.TVftlVF: STOOK 

OF 

DRY GOODS, 

TH1> V WILL Skl.L AT THE 

LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

Those who want Dry Goods should be sure and 
call at 

D.W.lNi^ERSOIX&CO.'S 



septMy 



ST. PAUL. MINN. 



NKWlUIODi^, NEW PRICES I 



c^ rj:ic;Aj ri^ & CO 

Are receiving by Express 

Large AJditions to their Stock, 

consisting of all the noveltleiln 

Fureiiin & l^ouieslic Dry floods. 



No Passports Required I 

ON AND AKIEK SUNDAY, MAKCH 1?, 
18(>5, Pa!>!<enger Trains via the 

MlCtilGAiN CENTRAL R. R. 



will leave-Chicago at 

•:<»0 a. MB. (Haudays excepted.^ New York 
and Boston Express. 

3:00 p. iM. v.-^aturdays excepted, ^ New York 
unit Bodtou Kxp^c^d. 
10:00 p. Bi, ^.Saturdays and Suuda)d except- 
ed,) New Y'urk and Boston Ex. 

MAKiXO r)IKItl;T CONN«t llOJfS FOR 

AU Pointa in New York, 
New England, 

AMP THK 

C? A. IV A 1> A. H. 

ly Passenytra can rest assured that 
there will be no further trouble in yetting 
into or t/irouijlt Canada. 



Having made our purchases under the most 
favorable i-ircumslances, we are enabled to olfer 
a line of goodd which will be attractive to all who 
seek lor the New, the Beautiful uud the Uood, 

Tendering our thanks for the liberal patronage 
t#^towPd upon UH ia the past, we would respect- 
fall; !>olicit a continuance of the same— with the 
assurance that it shall be our aim to make all 
business transactions both pl,>a«ant and profita- 
ble to the buyer. 

Kemember the "Old Hou«e," 

No. 131S X'l&lrd St. 

St. Paul, Aprils, 1865. apl-ly 



jleaktl f tr0pa0al0. 



AcUaff AaaUMMit r. H. «•■.' 

St. Paol, April IS, 18« 



*1 



SEUED PROPOS>tLS 



In duplicate, wUl be reoetved atthto oOMuUl 



12 O'clock M.. 



Wednesday, April 26lli, 1865, 



For the delivery of the following articles of 



STATIONEItY 



AT THIS OFFICE, 



In such quantiUes, monthly, as may be required 
for use. „ ^ ^ III 

Blank forma for PropoMis ana Contract! wUl 
be furnished by this omoe. 

Security will be requlrtd for performance or 
contract. ,, , . ,, 

Bids from disloyal persons wll not be consld- 

Samples of article J to accompany Proposals. 
The undersigned reserves the right to reject 
any or ill bids not deemed satisfactory. 

All Contract, are subject to the approval of the 
Provost Marshal General. 

Payment will be made monthly for articles fur- 
nished. 

l.T Reams Cap Paper. 
28 Reams Letter Paper. 
:i Reams Folio Post. 
17000 Envelopes, Official. 
4500 Envelopes, Letter. 

3 Reams liuvelope Paper. 
3i'>Uuart:< Black Ink. 

:to Bottles Red Ink. 
7 Quarts Mucilage. 

2 Letter Books. 

ly Gross Steel Pens, 
325 Piects Red Tape, 
iti Dozen Lead Pencils. 
6t> Quires Blank Books. 
40 bheets Blotting Paper. 

4 Pounds .Sealing Wax. 
1 Dozen Blue Pencils. 

1 Dozen Carmine Pencils. 

3 Dozen Penholders, 

6 Oo2en Elastic Bands. 

JNO. T. AVESILL, 
Col.ethlCUin. Vols.. 
A. A. P. M. O., and 
Sup't Vol. Becrultiag Service. 
apU-dllt 



PROPOS&IS FOR WOOD. 



Omcs Chief or Quabtkbhastzk. 

DiBTBinT or MlHHBSOTA, 

Saint Paul, Minnesota, April 7, 1845 



.! 




H K ^ Lr T I F TJ L 



•TkI.K» UF 



Sealed I»ropo«a,la 



In duplicate wUl be received at this ottoe ontU 



12 o'Olook. M., 



Thursday April 20th, 1865, 



For the delivery of 



1,000 CORDS OF WOOD 



A,1 



FORT SNELLINO, MINN., 



(In the Post "Wood- Yard,) 



In snch quantities, monthly ,'as Bay be required 
for nse. 

All wood must be ot the best quality of mer- 
chantable dry wood, free from. small or croeked 
limbs, and to be sublect to inspection. 

Bids must have a printed copy «f this ad- 
vertisement, and * written guarantee of the form 
given Lelow, attached to each; the guarantee to 
be signed by two responsible persons, whose 
responsibility must be vouched for by the 
certiflcate of the Clerk of the nearest Dis- 
trict Court, or the United SUUs District Attor- 
ney. 

FOKX OF GUA&ANTEE. 

,of the County of — - 



f atmt pedidnei^t &c 



PERIODICAL DROPS 



T YON'S 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, 
LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, 

THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY, 
THE ORKAT KEHALK REMEDY, 
THE GRKAV EEMALE KEMEDY, 

ARE NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER, 
ARE NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER, 
A)t£ NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER, 

And always remove 

OBSTRUCTIONS OK NATURE. 
OBSTRUCTIONS OF NATURE. 
0BSTKLCTIUN8 OK NATURE. 



Being a solentlflcally prepared 

FLUID PREPARATION, 
FLUID PREPARATION, 
FLUID PREPARATION, 

THEY ARE BETTER THAN PILLS, 
THEY ARE BETTER THAN PILLS, 
THEY ARE BETTER THAN PILLS, 

And are. In the most obstinate oases, 

SURE TO DO GOOD,' 

SURE TO DO GOOD, 

SURE TU DO GOOD, 

ANDCANNOTDOHARM, 
AND CANNOT DO HARM. 
AND CANNOT DO HARM. 



LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS 

Are safe at all times, except during pregnancy 
LYON'S PERIODICAL, DROPS 

Observe caiefully the directions around each 
bottle. 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS 

Are no "got up compound" to impose upon pub- 
lic credulity but the prescription of Dr. John L. 
Lyon, now practicing physician in New Uaven, 
Ct., at 195 Chapel street, who guarantees their 
efficacy, will answer all correspondence oonoern* 
Ing them, and all other specialities, and give par* 
ticular directions of all private diseaites and fe- 
male complaints, personally or by malt. 

Dr. John L. Lvon's discovery, known as Ltom's 
Pkriodical Dkups for temales, stan^ before 
the public to-day, superior aa a diuretic, un^ur- 
passed as a apccllic, for the cure of all barrasslug 
female complaints, compounded from a formula 
that Is the result of his extensive experience 
and by him guaranteed to remove all irregulari- 
ties or suppressed nature, and warranted safe at 
aU times, except when in certain situations, par- 
ticularly explained in the directions around each 
bottle, whlcli all should carefully read ano un- 
derstand. 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS cost bat a 
trifle, and their worth, ia comparison to their 
cost, is like gold to sand. 

Doctor Lyon asks you who are suffering from 
Irregularities will you not make one more trial of 
his renowned Periodical Urops, whicu he war- 
rants vUl satisfy you In every instance. 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are sold by 

Druggists everywhere, in city, village and coun- 

ry, at $1 per bottle, or all orders by mall will be 

promptly attendi-d to by Dr. JOHN L. LYON, 

New Haven, Ct. 

i..o«x> &, sMdrra, 

WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS, 

23 Lake 

fksamy20-ly 




COOLEY, CARVER & CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCER.S 

IMTPOKTEIiS A.NU 13EAXiEfi» 1I>* 

FOHEIUW AND DOAIESTIO LIQUOKi^, WlNEvS 

OIGA.RS, &0., &0. 

Ja.clison Street, "betx^een 1-jevee and 'XliiT*€l« 



§urimul;'$ ^^loimt. 



1 8 O 5 



|ul-tf 



»ASNT JPAJJIj. 



13 . I> R E H T. ]R 



.L. 



street, Chicago, 

General Western Agaut. 



BUY yoxj:b trxjivks 



FROM THE MANUFACTURER, ADD 



Save Freisiht & Store Profits ! 



O. I> R O A L 



mA« opBir«9 A 



TRUNK MANUFACTORY I 



ASn IS AI.BO MIKINO TO ORDKB 



Buggy, Carriage & Team Harness. 



A Large variety always on hand. Also 

Vali§e§ and Traveling Bags ! 

MLITARY SADDLERY! 

Henry and Ballard Rifles 
and Cartridges. 



All Restrictions have been Removed 

During the ttmporary fuspenrion of throujih 
tralflc, Itie Michigan Central have placed their 
motive power, earn, track, ac , iu the most p-r- 
fect repair, and are now prepare.! to give prompt 
time and superi>>r accomnioJalioud. Thanking 
the traveling public for liberal patronage in for- 
mer time:., we u ouUI respecitully ask them to 
again try us, and we promise p.-rfect patisfaction. 

Fare as Low as that of Other Lines. 

Kor Through lickuts and iutormation apply at 
the Company's otfiee in I'reniont House Block, 
aud at the Oepo. foot of Lake street, I'hicago. 

(ienural Western I'addenger Agent. 
mchl8 

Oeorfc® l>enierit A Oo. 

THB rOI.LOWISU Srl.KNIUU LIST OP 

Watches, Chains, Gold Pens and Pen- 
ells, &e., worth $500,000, 

Ta be sold at ONK IXd.l AK each, without re 
gard to value, aud nul lo he paid until you know 
what you will receive. 
lOO Gold Hunting Case Watches. . .each $I(ki 00 

lOO Gold Watches 

ZOO Ladies' Waiahes 

JoO Silver Wetche:, flioO to 

6'jO Gold neck aud Vest Ctuius. V.i.00 to 
lijOO Chatelaln aud Gu»rd Chains 5.00 to 

:ioOoVestacd Neck Chains 4.00 to 

■*000 Solitaire Jet t f .old tirouch's 4 00 to 
4000 Coral, Lava, Garnet, " 3.00 to 

7000 Gold,Jet.i>pal,&c,Kur Drops :j ou to 
&J0O Gent-.' Brea>t AScarfPlue. .'tOO to 



SPRIHG Mill GOODS, 

T>I':X^A.T1VF1H, 

CflAI.LIES, 

JVhT ItECEIVKn KV EXPRESS, 

AND WILL BE 

Sold at Panic Prices, at 

MXTR,T'«, 



rVo. ISO THIK,I> STJREET, ST. JPA^riL, 

AGhElSTT FOR 
Diipont's Celebrated Griinpowder. 

ALL ORDERS, LA#{«1E OR SMALL, KOR 

Bia8tins[, Rifle, Diamond (jrain, and Duck Sportins;, 

Promptly filled. A-lso .Agent tor 
6RI(i^VOI.D'S <;KI.BBAATBI> , 

I»TJRE GHlOXJlVI> COFFEE ITS^ IBUi^K. 

By purch.ising this COFFEE in BULK, InateM of Cans, a great saving is effected. 
HOTEL KEEPERS AND FAMILIES ARE INVITED TO UJVE THIS COFFEE A TRIAL. 



V» Barrels New Dried Apples, "York SUte" 
and Oh'o growth. 

ti Boxes W. R. Cht>e»e. 

«0 Half Voxes M. R. Raisins, New. 

•ZO Itoxes Layers, New. 

A large lot of New Garden Seeds. 
400 Boxes >'anoy Candy. 
•iiH» Boxes New Canned Fruits. 

1» Kegs New Prnuea. 



JCA Bales best Navy Oakum. 
Xi Barrels Mew Uomiiiy. 
•Zi Kegs New Pearl Barley. 
A Bairels New Split Peas. 
&0 Uuf'hels Hinall White Army Beans. 
30 Half-barrels White Fish, new, 
30 Barrels and half-burrels MaekereL 
30 do do do U.>r.lit((. 



A.nd every article tistially kept by a Grrooer. 

13. I»JRESL.EV, ISO 'Jliircl Ht., Ht. l*aiil. 

mcbl-6m ' 



EDWARD fl. BiGC+8, 

No. IBl, Jr»reylev'h. Block, Third Street* 

Saitit Fanl, MiimesoUt. 

iaVIT«a THE ATTBNTION OF FUBGHASEKfi TO IHE LARGEST AND BEST SSLECTKD 
at'OCK WEST Ok OBIUAOO, CONLISTING OF 

iSmtJGl-S A.1SU^ JMCEOIOUVES, 

P*miS, On.S. TURPENXINE, 

WTNIXJW GLASS, PUTTY, 

COLORS, DRY AND IJS OIL, 
' PATENT MEDICINKri. 



tndlBiaateTervartioleapperUlnlngtotbeWItUCi HCSKJIHS, and 
Uon, both in Qii ALIT X and PRICES of SOODS. 



will goarftDtee catlsfM 
lanio-tydlfco 



CUTTER, 8ECOMBE & CO., 



U A V K KB'I A B LiSHKD A 



WHOLESALE PAPER WAREHOUSE 



IB thlaotty, In oonneotlon wtth their 



f»AF*ER, M.IL.1^, IIV ST. AJVTHOI^X', 



T17K WOUL;> REiJl'KUTkULLY 

call the attention of ( or old onatomers, and the 

public generally to il e following advertisement, 

oompriBinK soma of i be leading artialee, whioh, 

(with Increased faolif les,) we offer to the trade f 

ftOe bblB. Reotifled H'^hisky; 

!•• bbU. Old Rye ai.d Boarbaa WtUsk; 

lO bble.HoUandOit:. 

S« bblB. Neutral Spults. 

!• pipes and eighths do. Cogniao Brandy.* 

*J* a pipes Cherry, Mlodelra and Port Wloc. 

itt ttaskets CbamptgbS. 

tut oaseB Claret ana ^anterne Wine, ' 

&ttO M choice brand \ Cigars. 

a<i*0 oases Cove Oysi er^. 

frO ca'ies i{ and a !3:irlls«s. 

AO packages i^iuixi-s. 

le bbls, Kante Curra.;t». 

&<> hogshaitds Browji Sa|rai, 

9«>0 bbU. Refined Hi gaf.' 

«4i*0 paoKages Hol)v>^8cBaTid Brrnps.i 

'1* tkne Pepper and tiploe. 

«&0 boxsB GovarniiiTCt (!(♦., a!»«'»rt<:it. 

:.i>OM G.D.Cape 

14»4>08&ok8Salt. 

t&OUUlbs.Uar i.ei.1, 

14SO boxes Babblu'i and De I ar-.d's 
I4IOO kegs of Nails and Spikes)' '"" 

t»4Mi boxes assorted vv indow Gtas»4 

*i oases KKsks, 

A«N> colls Manilla R )pA) 

lOO doxen Bed Coils. 

tA pairs assorted Bl<iakt. 

&0 bales Oakoin, 

to (tarrels Pitch 

1<HM> packages Waiton 0*>tir, 

!«»• barrels Carban OU. . 

i*H* dozen PatntAd PaUs and Tubs. 

IttO barrels Dried S raits, asworf °d. 

XSO packages assort 3d Teas. 

!M sacks Rio Coffee. 

10«» barrels Ground Coffee. 

M» saoks Old Goven ment Java ooifee. 

SAO paocageeiaBBoitad brands, Pitig Tubiceo. 

«0« barrels Fine Cut Umokins Tobao 

40 kegs Gold Leaf roLaooo, 

4SO boxes Soap, 

HOO Doxes assorted Candles, 

Of the above artloiesonr friends will always 

■ad as ret dy aud willing to 

■tiew them. 

J. C. ft H.O. BURBANK& Co. 

Comer of Lowa- ).evea and aib'ev sti«et. 



^tit0lmmM,§mp0M *^^ 



jX^^ST RECEIVED! 

- -.^ HT EXPRESS, «^ 

THK. HOST >."««"CT AaO.OQMPAO*; 



ET*r *<«^<f«1it to tbii'aukflt. 



VfTikoW 



A i RetcOl, 



—A T— 



iu 



Crockery Importing Honae, 

ISO Sc lOl m&ird-St. 

sept- 10 . 



i^ttimtn* 



]y«*r -aw*. 

FA-MitLY Q-ROCBJRY STORK 
WB have Just tqoened U MeMrs. HoAHa * 

Ualford's old stand, on the comer of Seventh 
and Olive Streets, aa entire Nkw Stock of 

FAHHCY ClROCKmXK*. 

We will keep on hand a fiill assortmeBt of tiM 
very best goods to be found. We solicit th* 
trade of the old firm and the public generally. 

We also keep on hand a full stock of Prodaoa, 
whioh w^ will sell at the lowett market price, 

LOrCKkBKO. 



nov so Omo. 



And desire to oaUthe attoBUou of bayvB to their 

ti^tock of 

BOOK AND NEWS PiilNT, FLAT AHO 



immense 



and 



tuoOOval Band Bracelets 3.00 to 



til) 00 

■to t-o 

lf..0O 

15 t<. 
\i liO 

6,00 
» 00 

b 00 

K.OO 

8.0U 

10 UO 

SOU 

o.uo 

8.00 

e.oo 

7.00 
9.00 
6,00 
5.00 
500 
tf.OO 



deoil-lr 



L. C7. 



14« Third Il4r«wt, ■«. Paul. 



5.00 to 15.00 
3.00 to 15.00 



g.00 
10.00 

S.uO 



aoOO Chasol Bricelelr 6.0f> to 

.V60U Cal. Diamond Piiis A Rings. 'Z 50 to 

2 XX) Oold Watch Ki^yi* 2 5o to 

5000 Solitaire .Sl.But. Jk Studs.... 2.0u to 

*KjO »iold Thimb'en 4.00 to 

6000 Miniature Locket.s a.OO to 

:ioOO Miniature l/ockets, magic... 4.00 to 
zaoo Gold l'.othi)ick.- .Crosses, fto 2 00 to 

Sooo Fob and Kii).';on Slides '.j.Oo to 

6iXlO Chased Gold Rinise 2.00 lo 

4000 stone Set Kings SI.OO to 

caOOSets Ladi.^s Jewelry, Jet and 

Gold 

eOOO Sets ladies Jewelry, varied 

styles 

gOOO Gold Pens, Silver Case aud 

PencU 4.00 to 

«000 Pens, Gold Case A Pencil. . . 5.00 to 
eOAi Gold Pens, Gold mounted 

Holder * •..'.OO to 

All the goods in the above lint will be sold, 
witttout reservation, K<>R ONE DOLLAR 
i'.ACH. Certltioated ol all the various articles 
^re placed iu Mimllarenvetoi.es andseal.-d. Those 
enveloped will in- sent by m:iil, or delivered 
at our otiice, without regard tu choice. On re 
ceivlng a certilicate you will See what article It 
represents, aud It is optional with you to send 
one dollar and receive the article named, or any 
other lo the list of the same value. 

In all trausactioLH by mail, wt charge for for- 
warding the cerliilcated, paying postage and do- 
log the ttusluess, :i5 ceuta each Kive certificates 
wUl be sent for $1 ; eleven lor %-i; thirty lor $5; 
tUtv-flve tor |10; and one hundred for il5. 

We guarantee entire satisfaction in rvery In- 
stance. 

AGENTS Special terms to agents. Address 
GEORGE DEMERIT A CO.. 

f hltt1-2mdAw 3M Broadway. N. V ._ 

UOMACK K. HIUKI.OW, LiKKKHIJtAi' I'LAKK. 

"Blfgdlo^B^ Sc 01a.rl<, 

ATTORNETS ft COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 

Oflloe in Beruheimer Block, Third street, 
Bpl-«m St. Paul, Minn. 



AVnoiESALE 



BOOT & SHOE HOOSE. 



On account of our increasing Wholesale Irade 
and to meet the wants of the advancing City and 
-jiute after the hrst of April, we shall engage 

Exclusively it the Wholaale Trade, 

And a j we shall keep a full stock unbroken by re* 
tailing, and 

Sell at Chicago Prices, 

Freight added, we are confident it will be for the 
interest of the Merchants of Minnesota to exam- 
ine our Goods before purchasing elsewhere. 



We— . . ^ 

State of Minnesou, do hereby guarantee that 

is able to fulfill a contract inaocordaace with his 
proposition : and that sheuld his proposition be 
accepted, he will at once enter into a contract 
in accordance therewith. Should a eoatract be 
awaided blm, we are prepared to become his 
securities. 

Bidders are invited to be present at the 
opening of the bids. 

Bonds with good security will be required from 
successful blddeis. 

Bidders will give their names and address la 
full, in case ot firms, the precise name and ad- 
dress of f-cb member, with the name of the firm, 
will be suted. 

The undersigned reserves the right to reject 
any or ail bids not deemed satisfactory. 

All contracts are subject to the approval of the 
Quartermaster Genenu of the United States Ar- 
my. 

Payment wlli be made monthlv ior the wood 
delivered, except that one-third shall remain un- 
paid for until the delivery of the whole. 

Bids from disloyljieiBons ; from those who have 
heretofore failed to complj with their proposi- 
tions or contract.^ ; or from those who do not 
comply with the above requirements, will not be 
considered. 

Proposals to be endersed " Proposals ior ftar- 
nidhlng wood at Fort Snelllng, Minnesota," and 
addressed to the undersigned. 

U. L. CARVES, 
Capt.and A.Q. M., 
Chief Quartermaster, District of Minnesota. 

NiiTK.— All papers requiring must be stamped 
at the expense of the contractor. 

apS-dllt 



PROBATE BLINKS. 



49- REPAIRING of all kinds on TRUNKS, 
HARNESti, ao., neatly and promptly done. 

Having commenced manufacturing all mv own 
work, I would respectfully folicit a share of pub- 
lic patronage. My material is bought direct from 
the first hands, and made up by good workmen 
under my own management, and henca lam 
orepared to work low and make the best of work. 
I ttave also constantly on hand 

^\^ H I PS, 
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 

and a large assortmeat of 

Sivddlery Hard^vaT'e 

4V Remember, 
UNION BLOCK, Cor. THIRD A ROBERT SU 

li^iiwiy 

HECOTVO 

National Bank of St. Paul. 



i.Kl I'EH, work! AND CAP PAPER, EM VELOPES, 

ALL aiNDU OF WRAPPING PAPERS, PRINTERS' AND WRiiiWU INKS 
AND FLUIDS, I' ENS, Pi£HCIL8,*0.,*0. . 

Agents for 

GREENLEAF & TAYLOR'S MANUFACflfRlNG COMf MY 

■• %Ta •>" 

We will sell as low as Eastern Jobbers with Freight added 

THE fflGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAW) FOB 
PAPER HAOS, ROPE, GUNNIES & OLD NEWSPAPESS. 



oott-U 



Oliloa Jffo.HiiO TbiTd-et.. Bt. lyattl, IVIiB. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

And IVfinnesota Hospital. 



SltTMl-tt 



St. I'anl. MinoMOta. 



186«. "L86«. ISeff. 

fe1t«NRPOTA STAGE f'OMPANT. 



TT 



This Bank is now fully organized with a paid 
up capital of Two Hundred 'Ihoudaud Dollars, 
and Is open for the tran^HCIIonof a general Hank- 
ing and Excliange business. Collection.'^ upon 
aliaccessible poiuts iu the Northwest will be 
made and remitted for on day of pavtuent ut cur- 
rent rates of exchange. Highest Market Kates 
paid tor Gold, iilher, anl Koreign Exchange. 
rhis Bank Is an agent for subscriptions to' the 
popular Lnited .Males 7. .TO Loan, and these notes 
wlli at all times be kept on hand for sale in sums 
of fh>m Fifty Dollars upwards. 

£. S. EDGERfON, I^reBldenL 
JOHN RiCOLS, Vice President' 

D. A. MONFORT, Cashier. 



ESTABLISHED 1850. FOR THK TREATMENT 

ur'^FASES OP THB USIVAlir AXD SEXCAL STSTFMS, -^-VT) /.V- 
CORPORATFO BY THE LEGISLATURE IN 1801. OFFICE IM COX- 
CERT HALL BLOCK— near the Post Office. ,.,..., , 

DR WILLIAMS, the Consulting v'iurgeou of the abMie Inrtltutiop. has 
iu«t Dubllshed a Manual of Sexual Diseaces, alarge book onso pages, and over 
lOOenuravings. it is thw onlv book e\er published which gives a truthful de- 
scription (.fbcerinatorrhea, Venereal Diseases, Female Complaints, and all dis- 
eases ofthe urinary snd reprodultlve organs of men and wompn of whatever i.- 
ture inclndingthe solitary hab ts of both sexes, and their deplorable conse- 
aueiices on the mind and body, impotence, loss of powtr, and the scorer mhrmi- 
ties of youth and manhood, the physiology of marriage. )c., with ue-^ and suc- 
cessful methods of treatment for all the above cases. Mailed in a plain sealed 

wrap^r for otie dollar containing valuable information to the alllicted who wish to avoid 

onacWy^uid 11^ sealed envelop on receipt of 10 cents. Also a pamphlet lor ladies, price 5 o*nts. 
iiV««™^,!^Jifinnfo^nndential and will reich the consulting surgeon by a.ldresshiR 
A.11 communications co'>"<'«°"*]^^'j"^*i;;^j^K!IIC IMfllJUlJTK, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 

J 




DIRECTORS: 



JOHN NICOLH, 
J. H. .SThWART, 

B. PRE.Sl,Ey, 

C. H.SCUUKHEIER, 
P. BERliKY, 
I. C. GEORGE, 

E 



D. DAY, 

N. B. HAHWOOD, 
J. B. KRADKN, 
JO.iKPH DAILEY, 

». R. SMI ru, 

ISAAC SfAPLES, 
S. EDGERT«)N. 



St. Paul, April lOth, isr.j. 



apO-lm 



HOTEL, 



l^RENCH'S 
On the Eui'opeian Plan, 

Opposite the City HaU Park, Cob. or Frasb 

rOBT STBBBT, NKW YoBlt. 

Spacious itefectory, Bath Rooms, and Barbei 
Soop, Bed-Rooms warmed gratis, and onlv one 
bed In a room. Do not bel.eve runners or hack- 
men who say we are full, bervauts are not*' 
lowed to receive perqulsiles. st>19-ly 



mch&l-Iy 



m/m. 3, t»MlTU * CO., 

St. Paiil.MlDn. 



€ARKIA<JEN & IJIJHT WAiiONS. 



B 



We have lor sale a good as.'iortment of 

U G G 1 E S , 

Open, Top and .Side ^priug. 

Also, light one horse LUMBER WAGONS, with 
half springs. 
tdf Terms low, for cash only. We are con- 
stantly mauuiacturing FIR.ST-CLASS WORK; 
have every facility; use the best of Kastern 
stock ; and respectfully ask a .thare of patronage, 

N. B. -REPAIRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 
attended to promptly, at reasonable rates. 
aiirFactory ou Kobert Htreet, St. Paulf Slinn. 
apUi-dam QUIMBY A HALLOWELL. 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY, 

To supply a deflolenoy loagcxisting,have printed 

and ready ior sale the following Blanks 

for use In f^obate Court : 

LETTERS OF GUARDIANSHIP. 
COMMISSIONERS' WARRANTS, (with oaths. 

REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS, 

APPRAISERS' APPOIN I'MENT, (with Mths,) 

mVENTORY AND APPRAiSKMKNT, 

SEPARATE INVENTORY BY WIDOW, 

ADMINISTRATOR'S BONOS, 

COMMISSION TO SETTLE CLAIMS, 

LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION, 

WARRANT 10 APPRAISERS, 

GUARDIAN'S BONDS, 

' SALE B0HD8, 
EXECUTOR'S BONOS, 
LETTERS TESTAMENTARY. 
For sale by the quire or single sheet. Address 
rmKAM riftRMTIMO CO. 



D 



£ E R £ * 8 



CEL1£BRATED 

For sale by 

liiCOLS, DEAN ft (X)^ 
MySO-tt A<ent« (or St. Pwl, 



T 



lO OOCMTT AVDRT* 



Iskl Vaiwa ar Vax OartMMMaa. 

The Pbbh Frlattai Co. art aowynvBNAtB 
furnish CertifleatM of SalaofpWWM U»*»k 
tor the Auditors' sale ia JaaBwy aazt. 



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LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Montague Str^iit (near Court), 

BKOOHIiYJ*, NKW YOKT\, 

Aad 141 Broadvtay, lV«>f»^ ark, 

CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 

OM THE MUVrAI. PI.AIV. 

Eighty t>er cent, ofthe profits go to the assured. 

The directors of this souud and reliable insti- 
tution are composed of the most substantial iltl- 
■ens of Brooklyn aud New York. Extra induce- 
ments are offered by this Comfiany for those 
seeking Life Insurance. 

CHRLsriAN B'.)UCK, President. 

Richard H. Hakuinu, Secretary. 
WL. fiOADOM, Gen. Agent for Minnesota. 
A. «. JiMlSHmJVB, JUedlcal Examiner. 

8L Paul, March ». 18il5. mohlO 3m 

M. P. mCHOLS,~ 

AGENTOF 

Metropolitan Ins. Co., 
Lorillard Ins. Co., 
Phoenix [Marine! Ins. Co. 

OF NEW YORK. 

Home Insurance Co., 

OF NKW HAVEN. 

Mutual Benefit Lifet 

OF NEWARK, N. J. 

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DOCTOR BIGEIsOW. 

• Offlcel79 South Clark street, ^ 
Ooroer of Monroe, CMTXCJkaO, rX.X^ 
Poet Oflloe Box, 164^ 

West should b« worth 
reading. It i* sent in 
plain sealed •nvclopes, 
f re« of charge. AI most 
every case can be treat- 
ed by mail. Medicines 
sent to any address. 
Ladies, send for deecrip- 
tlve Circular of Patarit 
Rrmedt, the latest and 
best preventative of 
cuuceptiou known. 



AU Chronic and Sexu- 
al Diseases of a Private 
and Delicate Nature, 
.treated with nnparal- 
lelediucceea. Dr.Bige- 
low's Oaide to Health, 
for ladies and centle- 
m«D, !■ published 
monthly. Send for it if 
yon think the writings 
of a physician whose 
reputation extends 
throughout the entiie 




Rooms Separate for Ladies and Gentlemen. 

OOWSULTATIOir AT omOM. rRBB. 

Orrica Hocas : — From 9 A . u. to 8 >. >t. ^ 

SpMrnatorrhcMk or Nervous Debility, a cure 
warranted. 



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PBB8S " BIHDKBY, 



BOO'rn ^ HIIOEfc^. 

J. W. Dow & P. T'l andt 

Have taken rooms over L. SESfPKR'S, on Third 
street, and having bought the eijtlre Manufac 
tnrlng Department of Messrs. W.J. Ksiitm & Co, 
and Louis Hemper, are prepared to muke to or 
der all kinds jt Boots aud Shoes in 

A FIRST-CLASS MANNER, AND 
EQUALTOANY IK>NE in the NOBTBWKiiT. 
Their long expeilence, and the ability snd 
number of their workman enable them to make 
to order in the best style, and on the shortest 
notice, all kinds of 
I.ADIF.S' BOOTS AND SUOES, 
KID BALMORALS, 

CONGRE.SS BOOTS, Ac. 

Gents' Fine French Calf Boots. 

SEWED t PEGGED. 
a9-All kinds of repairing neatly done.-e» 
Mr. DOW has long bad charge ofthe )Ianufac- 
tnring Department of W.J. Smith 4 Co., and 
tetrlne associated himself with Mr. BRANDT, 
would Invite espedalattentloii to the beauty and 
finish of their manufiaetures. 

09- Orders to be left at L. SEMPER'S, on 3d 
street near Wtbasbaw. m23-im 



"GREENBACKS ARE GOOD," 

BUT ROBACK'S ARE BETTER. 



STOMACH BITTERS. 

Ten thousand bt-ttle> 
sold inone moiit'.i. The 
most popular :;tomach 
Hitters in use, 

KOBACK'S BITTERS, 

Good for all durauge- 
iiieiit of the ;: toiaach, 
HilioiiSueas, l.iver Com 
riLliiit, and General Ue- 
li|My. 

IIOBACK':; B1TTKR.S. 

They possess wonder- 
ful toiiic propertie.s, g|v 
iiii; toiiu to the appetite 
:iiiit iligesliveoitMhS, 

Ki»BACK,'H HIITl'R.-^ 

IVlililat.'dl.tdieH i.Ud 

teduuChry persons will 
llu<l iu themaii •■>^cell»ul 
tonic. 



A wlncgla.><sful bel'or.) tacii uieai will remove 

iiidiResliou aiiil all livr diseas.-i, 

ROBACK'S Bl'ITERS. 

They are bettor than all Pills, I'ow-lers, ar.U other 

naiis.'oud, di.^aj;riH!ai>le compouudr. 

ROBA(.!K'S BITTERS. 

They can be tnken without rej^ardto U.i. t. As ua 
Ippeflzer they have no eijual. 

ROBACK'S fMT'rKKS. 

They are pi .'pared by an old ami skilliul ^fhysi- 

Uau Irom well kn.iwu vgekiM-.' r.-ine.liea, 

ILOBACK'S BHTia:s. 

Wherever Un<)\vu Ihey hnve fM'.'onir' :i standard 
|-«lniiy>lretigtheuiBpiemi«l) . 

RoiucK's r.ri'i'Kiis. 

Try and youone bottle, will ..Iways usi- tliem and 
recoiuiiie!i(l tli.'iti li> elhc.-.s, 

KOBACK'S Hl'ITRKS. 

G. W. KOltACK, Compnuiider <>( lUomaoh 
Bit'ers, Kli>od I'unlier, and tiiood I'ilis, nnd Dis- 
tlil.tr and Munurtctitrer of Csifuwba and .'iwedi.sh 
Brandios, and all kind.-t ofthe linert doioestic 
11. luors, which sire sol.l wholesale cr in auy tie. 
sired .juautltv; at Nos. ."itS, J,«, M nnd i.? KH-.t 
Third-:!., Cincinnati, t.)liio. For snle by i>rug- 
gists and Dealers in Vrdicioe everywhere. 

mch22-1r 

Saiut I'aiil Marble Works. 

Cor. 



PABSINGEBLIAE. 

llie rooos are w<iil stocked wlta flrst alasi 
borses, Conoord CoaaiiOB, with obrafhi and expe* 
rienoed drivers, all Uadar the ooiitrol cf oompi'* 
tentaarents. . 

BOHKDULKOF DBrJ.BTlfRKS yrCK 8.itXT rAUL*. 

For Hastings, ReS Wing, Lake City, Rep,1'« 
'.Tabashaw, llinneleka, Winona, and Lo Crosse 
it OK o'clock A. M, 

For Stillwater— D« ilj , at I a. k, 

I'or ShakopftL', Jiirdan, .St. LsKTeiic.!, rielie 
Plain, Henderson, Ls Sueur, Ottawa, Traversed* 
Sioux, St. Petor and Monka'o— Daily at 4 o'clock 

A.M. 

For EoB'TsouLf.Ca-itl.V •'rtiAjleM, Cjiti 

nonOity, Faribault, aiocft': .-.itt- - Falls and 
Owu'.onr.a, counocii „.' ... .-■ Wiito:. 

.•^t, Tvrarv»B, WI»' •oosj,"". . ( i"J >iiit>at,i: 

•UBOtori...:' L fc" C! ... .. i)St«ii, titni 
torviUe,Rooh'-9tei,'.!Lii?£i.»<!^.tiJ WiaOto~^i:-i^ 

bt,4 A.M, 

For • austrlani Aiiat.i, Oronc, Orlando 
i:.Oi.uuello, CJearAfitor, at. AagaBt^ aiaa St. 
Cloud— Df.'l , ut 7 .' , . I, 

For .Sa«k itapMs,! pBi* Hratrln^. jt crt tlploy ctS 
Crow Y.'ing— . ■- ,udi 13, \,'ais.cj(Uyi OAd tli- 
davE at " o'clock a. it 

For HichmoiKl, iMti (ie-iif*, A LM^aorii'., 
C'-tppf'.-i, Pomme ( .> i-Tr-? 'V-cTi iiM-r-^. ^c•r■ 
^b»rc^0In'^f^. Moadaya ao ' t-i'''n^i tt t 
.J u.;; .'■. .M- 

ForLlttls Canada, ColambU!', Sutirt'fl City— 
&Iosdays,^7ediX'Jf^dlys end frj.i;iya, at 7 o'alock 

A. M. 

Forfurther partiuihtrs inqnirust the Oenoral 

criiOf( oa Tlilrrt ^trent. 



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OnrOmnibosses vlUruBtoaud fromtUevt^f 
^Spal Hotels and Boats in connection with the 
ir&ias of the • 

ST. PAUL AND PACIFIC fcLAlLROAD. 

Palwongers and tuggagewiU l>n called for li 
tntiwc-r to orders let at the American, lateiaa- 
tlon'iland Me.rcha:ild,or iU onroSoe. 

JyS J.C. BUUBAMLACO, 



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Allkintlsof MAKBI.K WnitK d-ine <o order. 

Parliciilar aHei.li.ni (jiveu to « < >NTH A< ; t.S 
for Urge MON U ii KN i.-i, or any kind <>l K.VN«:Y 
or PLAIN MONUMKNTAL WOKli. 

ALL WORK WAKRANTKD. 
AST Now Is the time to le.ive your Spring or- 
ders. 

c jr. Acunicu. 

f eb25 ty Agent lor the Company. 

BaXilf-BIBAJV*— Ruled and Printed In.tbe 
best style,t.Bt the "PRESS' Job Printing 



feCITABLB worn 

Medieinal and ramilj Cm. 

n/n BtHJRBON AND RYE WHIBKr, 
0(.D QIIEEN'S PORT WINK, . 
OLD MADEIRA WINE. '^ 
FINE OLD PALE SH£RBY. o . 
FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDY, > 
CHOICE OLD HOLLAND GIN' 
JAMAICA AND ST. CROIXBUM, 
CHAMPAGNE WINES, 
SPARKLING CATAWBA 



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rKTROLKUiVI COMPAJNV, 

CRGANl/KD UNDER THE 
MINlNtiANDMA S'UFACTOKING HWS OK 

r H K a TA 1 E o F w v.w von « . 

Capital,Oiii) Million Dollars 

One Hiindrftii Tliousand Shares, 

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Subscription hrice, $5 per Share, 
Notable to Further Assessment 

OP'PICWS : 

71 Broadway, New York. 

I>. O. Addrs.**, Ilox 5..1<i*<, Slow York. 

OH'KUCEiliS: 

Uon. I'ANIEI. .s, iMCKINSON, President. 
\V»l. I, VrilPPs, Vljn-rresideut. 

KUHI-.K!' Ba.S.SK 11', I'ecrelary. 

li. .1. BlIKn.S Jill ing ^Ull'I, Tilusvllle, Vii. 

AlLANlir bA^MA, U-: BVy, N. V., Ir^vasury. 

'Tlio IW'flla wl tli« C'4MHpi»Mr »■'•' nnx» 
proUuc'luif %m. 

I'u , itieiit lor stotl: may be m-ide in drafts, reg- 
isteri'd notes, or otvemment l«)nd» and securl- 
ti. s, wMch bond-^ lud tecurilien will tM taken 
at their muikei vali ••. 

Remittances m-y tie addre.'-so'l to the Cotfpn- 
ny. P. ti. Box ;".,:«* i\-w ^ ork Cily oi to "At- 
tuiilic llnnk, Ti. a.'iiry ofthe New YorU aud l.iv 
. rpoul IV.lroleuiu t. i.ropiiny. Ml Broadway, New 
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d-ene'ral CanuniBsion- Affenta. 

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ciotary PnbUo. | Surveyor A Engineer 
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STEINWAY A SONS, 

CHICKF>RING A SONS ^ 

WM. KNABE A GO'S, ^ 

UNITED PIAMO FORTIW, 
PRINCE A GO'S 

ORGANS ft MELODEOn, 

Can be had on^y at 

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AVATtKROOMS, 

South Clark and 

Washington-St., 

CIA AC A «o, ii.i.nroK« 

. . * Kanufscturers and Importers of 

M^umical Instmntents 

BTRINGS. VIOLINS, 

DRUMS, ACC0RDE0N8, 

CLARINETS, GUITARS,* 

T^treLmfi Instraunents* 

AND OTHER MUSICAL iMERCHANDISB. 

AJT' Having connection with ManafBotoriac 
Houses in Berlin, Leipslo, Dresden, '■""g**"^ aad 
Paris, we are prepared to fumlsh DEALERS, 
BANDS aad INDIVIDUALS, with every arUde 
in this line, -at the lowbst MAaurAornBKBB 
prices. 

WGOLE8ALE AGENTS FOR 

PIANO FOHTE8 

OFTIIK FOLLOWUfO MAIfTJFACTUiiKBB, 
%rm.*<WA1VK dk CO.,Baltlaaare, 
IM»Anun AW * C»RAY, AHaaaJV^i •<' 
A. AA. UALK * CO., Maw Vark, 
WO».UI.A:>a <k HMATH, 

Ar^O, AOKNXg FOB ^ 

PHTKCE^S AlELODEONS 
OruaiiM and HariHoninins, 

DRALKttS IN 

Piano Stools, Spreads, &;o. 

We have tlin LARGEST and BEST ASSORT- 
ED ,SToCli of PIANOS IN IDE CITY, whioh 
I'or l^wer and Sweetness cf Tone, Ea*y and 
Agreeable Touch, aud Beaaty of I<lnish, hare, by 
juilKef , be.-n prouoUbCed vni ivalleJ. 

As to the relative merito ol our PIANOS, we 
would refer to tht^ Cerlillcates of Exoelleaoe, la 
our posHeseion, from TH.*t bfbo, Qottschalb, 
Srij*,iio.si;H, G. .Sattvr, U. ViavXTSiira, 
lA.ris.STAtm andK. Muzio, Musical Director of 
the Italian Opera, as also from some of th* B 0«t 
•li^tlngulshcd ProfesHors and Amateurs iatba 
country. All Instruments of our amaafketaia 
iBive the full iron frame, and are guaranteed /or 
(St'c tfear*. 

C«- Particular attention paid to the seleetlon 
of Instruments for distant orders, aad a prirflaM 
III' exchange granted at any time aHUa m 
ui'^ntliH, if the Instruments should not prove en- 
tirely satinfactory. A liberal diseosuU to Clergy- 
men, Tearherf and Schools. Terms liberal. 

WUOLE8ALE DEALERS wiU find it to their 
advantage in give us a call, as bv creatly laereas- 
ed faollUtes, we are enabled to fllTall orders with 
dispatch, ___ 

a^ Persons In want ot a REALLT FIBST 
C1.,AS.S PIANO, wUI do weU to caU before pur- 
chasing elsewhere, 

RKM KIKBVIA TKB ri^OB, 

JULIUS BADER & CO., 

90 S. Clark & 82 Waahlacton-St, 

a»- Send for a Circular. t«84-iatliAMt 

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T H E C IT Y. 

Th« HB^eekly »r«««.— The current 
iHue oi the Wkbkly Pr«88 it unu«uall> 
intereiting. It conUins full detail* oJ 
the aMMiination oi the Prejident, and 
the attack on Secretary Seward, Pre«i 
dent Lincoln'. iMt ipeech, Andrew John- 
Bon'8 speech defining hi. policy, the Iwf 
edict of Jeff Davis, army correspondence 
from Mobile and Chattanooga, editorial 
articles upon the assassination of the 
President and other matters, a list o« 
deaths of MinnesoU soKliers at Andcr 
tonville prison with the number of each 
grave, and a great ▼ariety of other mat- 
ter. Price five cenU in wrappers. 

FIRE IN MINNEAPOLIS! 



TH» l&AJUBCT FAUX. ^^^!^ FBI DAY, AFBIL gl, 1866. 



Destractlve and Calamitous 
CanllacrAii<>"- 



Slxteeu Business fioases Burned. 



Total Loss from $125,000 to $160,- 
0OO~>InauraQce $76,000. 



A Large Portion of the BusinesM Part 
of the City in ituiB<*. 



Mr. 
Mr. T. 
irberg 

I.OSM 



Our sister city. Minneapolis, was yes- 
terday visited by a most destructive con- 
flagration, which destroyed fixtetn bust' 
MM houses, together with a large share 
of their contents, thus lajing in ruins one 
of the busiest portions of the main street 
of the city, and destroying property to 
value of $l'2.i,(XMl. The buildings burn- 
ed were on the rorth side of Bridjje 
street and occupied an entire sijuare, wiih 
the exception of the tine toi.e building, 
occupied, (we believe.) by the First Na- 
nonal Bank. 

How ibis calamitous fire originated i- 
not clearly determined. Some attribute 
it to incendiarism, others to accident 
When tirst discovered it was. or seemeii 
to be. in the rear of Burt sn.l Hoag's 
clothing store, and inside. This was 
about half-past twelve or one o'clock in 
ihe morning. The alarm was at once 
given, but as the night was dark and 
tempestuous, the rain filling in torrent.", 
irhren by a chilly nor'-easter, people ra! 
iled slowly Meantime the &re spread up 
and down the square, and its progress 
could not be checked. All efforts wee 
then bent to saving moveable proper- 
ly, and is some iostances with good 
■access. 

We give below a list of the buildings 
desiroyed. with owner's names, ia urance, 
etc., so far at our reporter was able to 
ascertain them in the short interval al- 
lowed him between the passage of the up 
and down trains at St. Anthony , Com- 
mencing at the bank building, which was 
saved by the spe<^ial exertions of the fire 
men, the list luns 

1. C. H. ^ W. Pdttit, hardware mer- 
ch:iiit3. They owned and occupied the 
side nearest the river, of a fine double 
brick building, tbiee stories in height. 
The building was worth about S5,(M!)0, 
which was insured for .f3,6CH> in the Phop 
nix, Arctic, and Home— $1,2<)0 in each. 
A very large stock of hardware was in 
the store, very much of which was dam- 
aged into total loss. On this ther*« were 
policies of Sl.OOOpaofc in ihe Arctic and 
the City of Hartford, and of Sl./iOO each 
in the Metropolitan, Hartford and Home 
of Hartford— $0,6O' in all. The loss on 
atock will be -{.n.OOO or !it4,000, and on 
bnilding about #1,500. 

. The other half of the bnilding was 
owned by R. .1. Mendenhmll, £»q., and 
waa valned at -9'<.000. The groun t tloor 
was occupied by A.T. Hale A Co., clotL* 
ing dealers. X bey saved nearly all their 
stock, with a loss of say $oOO. It was 
insared for $904X). Mr . Mendenhall has 
a policy of $1,500 in the Metropoli- 
tan. 

The second story was used by McFar- 
land. Burd & Co.. as an insurance and 
real eatate ofiice. They lost some fur- 
niture and effects, which ia covered by an 
insurance for $250. The walls of tbii 
fine building are fallen in, making it an 
almost total loss. 

3. The next bnilding was a two story 
frame, owned and occupied by Nettle & 
Wiggin as a butcher shop, and the upper 
■ tory bj Mr. Nettle as a dwelling. The 
building was valued at -$1,500, and was 
not insured. 

4. Gray Brothers had their drug store 
in the next building, a two story frame 
worth about $900. It was owned by Dr. 
Greeley and unuisured. Gray Brothers 
got part of their stock out, badly dam- 
aged. They are insared for $2,600, 

which wOI almost cover the loss, we 

learn. 

Up stairs in thi:* building, a couple of 
young ladies from Forest City, had re- 
cently started a millinery shop. They 
lost everything. Names unknown to our 
informant. 

5. A. M. Greeley'd Saddlery Store 
waa in the next building, a two story 
frame, owned by himself. His family 
lived up stair i. He had no insurance on 
his building- loss $3.50<j. His stock 
was mostly saved, and was insured for 
for $1,000. 

6. Messrs. Burt and Hoag occupied 
the ground floor of the next building, a 
two story frame, owned by themselves, 
for a Clothing Store. The building was 
worth about $ l.^^tX). and was insured for 
$700 in the " Home.'* They bad a very 
large stock of clothing, valued at $10,- 
(XX). which was totally consume 1, as the 
fire originated in this building. There 
was an insurance on the goods for $5 000. 
They bad received $1,700 worth only the 
evening before the fire, and it was a« yet 
unpacked. | 

Upstair*. Messrs. Elliot and Powers > 
Photographers, lost their entire fixtures, 
value $1000 Insured in PbccBix for $40C». 

7. The next building, also a two story 
frame, was occupied by Hoag & Billings 
as a Feed Store. Their stock (value 
not ascertained by us) was all destroyed ; 
insurance, $1,500. The bniling was 
owned by Henry T. Welles, and was un- 
insured ; value $7*X>. The upper story 

was occupied as a barber shop by 

LoM. dbc, not knowa. 

8. (>. M. Lflraway, Grocer, owned 
and occupied the next building, a twoj 
■tory frame valoed at $1,500 — and unin- 
sured. His stock was partially saved, 
but about $1,000 worth waa consumed. 



He had a policy in the LorilUpJ on the 
.tock for $1,000. He sUtes Jija tota 
loss at $2,600. 

9. The two-story frame next the above 
was owned and occupied by Iledderiey & 
Vrowman, as a Stove. Tin and Hardware 
Store. The building waa worth $2,0iX> ; 
insured for $1,500. The stock was par 
tially saved. The loss on it will be$:i,CKH) 
or $4,000 ; insured for $2,300. 

10. Kilgorc's ')rug Store was in the 
adjoining building. It was a small 
•'."hell," of little value. Mr. Kilgore bad 
no insurance cither on it or h-.a stock, 
which, though a considerable amount was 

*aaved, causes him a loss of $2,000. 

11. In the small frame building ad- 
joining this was .Tames Cypher's restau- 
rant. Value oc building $500. Insur- 
ance $.300. His fixtures were got out 
with small loss. 

12. In this building— a two-story 
frame— Daniel KUiot had his grocery. 
The building was owued by .ludge Jones. 
Value, $1,.'AK)— no_ insurance. Mr. El 
liot's loss is $1,80<1— ifivurance $1,000. 

V:,. Ni'es Njberg owned the next 

building, which was occupied by 

Thompson as a jewelry store 

got his goods out unharmed. Nyberg 

had no insurance on the building 

$1,000. 

14. Next comes Rhone's late express 

oilice. out of which he had just moved a 

.lay or two before the fire. The building 

which was not insured was valued at 

:$9U0. Gale, Hale & Co. had leased it, 

but we learn have concluded since not to 

occupy it. 

1... Squire .T. 0. William^' bookstore 

iras in the small one-story frame adjoin- 
ing It was valued at $150. His stock 
was insured, but was got out uninjured. 
IG. The last building tkat fell a prey 
to the lUmes was the two story frame 
house on the corner of street, occu- 
pied by the Minneapolis Post Office. The 
fixtures, mail.t. books, »Src., were saved. 
The building was owned by H. T. Welle«, 
value. $1.500 — no insurance. Messrs. 
Welles and John Murray Jr., had offices 
up stairs, and suffered some small loss in 
fixtures not removed. 

The street intervening between this 
building, which was partly torn down to 
save it and the frame row beyond, pre 
vented the further spread of the tiames. 
The wind was favorable too, and the roois 
beyond having been soaked by the rain, 
the spaiki did not fire them as tLey would 
hive done in tiry weather, thus adding 
greatly to the loss. 

'Ihe Fire Department from St Anthony. 
•* Cataiact" an<l " Minnesota" companies, 
were on hand and did good execution in 
saving property. They were compelled 
to take water from the river and relay as 
their hose was too d'-'aniy to play two 
streams so far. 

The insurance agents iu Minneapolis 
yesterday footed up the total of losses 
by the fire to be from $125,000 to $150,- 
000, and the insurance on the buildings, 
(fee, consumed, to hi about $75,000 — 
making the net loss not covered by in- 
surance about $40,000 or $50,000. 

Almost fiveyears since (in 18G0)a simi- 
lar fire, quite as destructive , consumed a 
a number of buildings on the opposite 
side of the dtreet from the fire cl yestei- 
day morning. 

The people of Minneapolis do nnt feel 
discouraged at this calamity , we bebeve. 
They are not made of that sort of stulf- 
in truth. Nor have they reason to des 
pond. Good will eventually come out of 
the disaster, as it always has after our 
destructive fires in this city — as many a 
fine block of busiucifs bouses testifies, 
that otherwise bad ntvjr been built. 
We expect this to be the < ase in our 
■later city, and in a few months a fine 



BIVEg HEWS. 



ARKIVED— WEDNESDaT. 
Itasca. Dubuque. 
O. 11. Wilson, Ia Crosse. 
Northern Belle, La Crosse. 
(J. 11. Gray, Shakopee. 

THORSDAY, 
Sucker Sute, St. Louis. 
McLellan. La Crosse. 
Milwaukee, Dubuque, 
O. H. Wilson, Prcscott. 

PKPARTKD— WKDMtflDAY. 

Hawkeye Sute, St. Louis. 
Xorthem Belle, La Crosse. 
Itasca, Dubuque. 

THURSDAY. 

Milwaukee, Dubuque, 

McLellan, LaCrosse. 

Sucker State, St. Louis. 
MiscKLi.ANEovs.— -Vs our space is limited 
this morning, the port list must snfBce to in- 
dicate river matters since our last report 

The Sucker State, from St. Ix>ni9, arrived yes^ 
terdar for the first time this season. She is 
officered by Capt. Mm. I'. Hight; First Clerk, 
J. S. Tim; Second Clerk. Wm. S. Bennct. 
She had a large lot of way freight, but left 
little at this point. Her chief consignment 
here was a lot of ftuit trees for J. H. Sny- 
der, of St. Peter. 

Other receipts are noticed in the mani- 
tests below. 

IK«iC»l|»M. 

Per Itasca —J C & H Barbank 70 bxs 

glass ; do 16 pks : E F Drake MS kegs spikes ; 
J W S 61 bxs; R & J M W 23 bxs and 5 »)blF ; 
Homer & Gordon lot of agricultural imple- 
ments ; Sam Snow 2 hds coal ; Jo Hall 1^ 
bbis whiskev ; J I Beaumont 1 bM whiskey ; 
C n & Rco .5 kegs shot ; Weide Bros 8 l>bl8 
tob.iceo : Clark St Co St Cloud, lot of stoves, 
iron, steel «te; F W Morgan 1 box hh goods ; 
P E McQuUaa & Co 19 bags c )ir«o, 16 bbIs su- 
gar; J Mattiiews .1 roll* carpet 1 box; Cher- 
ritree & Co lot of hardware ; S K Putman lot 
of groceries; J Dillingham 13 bxs goods: R 

Strong carpets ami matting; A .s Elfelt 6 
hxs dry gooils and haU ; E S Allen 3 bxs and 

1 ba e gooUs ; Fairchild & Co 2 cases goods ; 
!•: B Teiiney I f)x goods ; E M Toby 1 hds su- 
gar; E \V Wager 1 roll leather; E H Biggs 

2 bxs drugs , Drcwry A O Hi beer bbls ; S E 
Gee 2 bxs sewing machines; L Semper 7 bxs 
booLx and shoes ; B. P. 26 boxes c.mdy ; J L 
Forpaugh & Co I l.x dry goods; N B Har 
wood t". hxs hw ; W F Mason 1 tase hats ; H 
Poehlcr & Co 2 cases hats ; do 4 boxes dry 
goods ; / J Shautmt 1 crate crock ; T Mathews 
•> cases p hang'i . J B Lvgo I bx goods ; J E 
Martin 3 bx h ware ; Bigelow M & Co I bx 

hard ware. .. , .. 

Per Milicaitkee—E L Allen, 5 boxes goods ; 
Henry Breldert, 1 box goods ; L C Burt, 8 b?5s ; 
rathcart & Co, 10 bxs, 2 bales; Cheritree & 
Farwell.-lot hardware; G Dillingham, Min- 
neapolis, ■') \>\-: J L Forepaugh, I bx; U W 
Ingersf.ll. n.x ; J B Lygo, 5 bxs; J Mathias. 
carpets and wall paper; J F Meagher, ') case^ 
nieroliandise . Moultnn & D, 16 cases mdse; 
P F McQuillan. 210 pkgs gT0ceri&«; NIcols A 
Dean. 25 hbl' coal : S K Patnom, 8 pkgs gro- 
ceries; J C Raiuet k Co, 21 bags coffee; H 
M Sbaw, 1 pkg; R O Strong, 62 bales carpet- 
ing, Ac; E U Tsnncy; 4 bxs n-dse, R 
it J M Warner, 17 pkgs goods; A J 
Hnllingswonh, Henderson, 9 packages; W 
Elll t. Minneapolis, I box; Martin Klein, 
St. Peter. 33 trunks ; John Lux, St. Peter, lot 
ot rcpe, leather, hair, saddles and hardware! 
J bn Chamt>ers, Owatonna, one box; Henry 
lUrm.St Peter; Capt. T. D. Smith. I box; 
R. Rogers & Co , I rU leather; John Lu <, 
St. Peter, 26 trunks and 22 cabs ; Bigelow, M. 
k Co., lot of agricultunl Implements; A. O. 
Miller. 1 box of household goods: E Walton, 
Carver, 1 parknge trees ; Geo. Weber, 49 pack- 
ages goods ; Beaupre & Kelly, 100 barrels to- 
bacco, 27 half barrels. 

Per Moses Afrt««an.— Thos O Quayley, 2 
pkgs ; M Granger, I pkg ; H M Skaw A Co, 2 
do; PB.*'panjn, 20 do; H Truman, 4 do; C 
.\ Warner. do; White A M, 7 do; Jno 
Welch, 2 do; M & Healey, 39 do; Nattaker 
& O, I do; H Pohler A Co, 45 do; Root A 
Cadv, 2do; H Rogers A Co, 2 do; C Roacli, 
12 do; G S Stocking, 11 do; Lewi." & t , 19 
do; C Marks, 23 do; R Margin; 3 do; Moul- 
ton & D 52 do ; C A Helnge, 19 do ; Muller A 
H '> do; E A vV Bradley, 99 do; H Beheoke, 
2 do; BA Co, 15 do; M Bensman, 5 do; 
Bei^jamin & K, 2 do ; Eckstrom Broa i B, 9 
do; N W Kitson, 1 do. 



C.OOAX ■•noay. 

£. h- A^j.B.N. formerly of the Mew 
Totk store, BUnneapoUa, , has boaght the store 
and lot sear the Nicollet House, and is dally ex- 
pecting lii« entire new stock oi Dr; QooUs, Hati, 
Caps, he., Iwught at aactlon and panir piloes. 

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NORTHFIELD ITEMS. 



Dninken Fray 
ci4l«. 



and Homi- 



NoTiCB. — Being about to make a 
chaoge in my busloprs, I propo«« to mU out my 
whole, coin]>let<) and well xelccted utock of To- 
bacco, conaiatliig ol 

■ISO bbls.Siianlsh Mixed and ether Smoking. 
•iW bt>U. Stemd. 
SO Boxes I'liig TotMcco, Including the finest 

Nataral Loaf in markxt. 
^aKagsSnufl. 
S6 bbIs Fine Cut Chewing. 

All of which is offered at tnamifacturers price!— 
Irelght thrown in —ray ol>iect being to conflne my 
whole Bitenttonto the manufacture and f>ale of 
Segars, of which I liave a largn supply on hand, 
which U offered to the traili- at low prices. 

O. UEUSTING, 
apl4-dlm Cor. 0th and Jackson St. 

Wk HAVit this day marked down our 
enllra stock of Clothing, con.'ilsttng of the best 
make and qaality cf Coats, Pants aud Vents ; al- 
so tients' Furnishing Qoods, and will cell the 
same to currebpond with the fall in gold. 

One of the firm being constantly in the mar- 
ket, we nro in dully receipt cf good- manufac- 
tured li'um the be4t material and of the latei>t 
styles, which we will sell at whol)>sale or retail 
at lower rates than can be found eUeaheie. 

EASTWOOD A MORRISON. 



Public SxpreBslons on the Nation, 
al Calamity. 



IKFKEMIOWS OF FMBITC SORROW. 

piwaalT* Xactdcat— A Cttlxoa Skat 



His 



St. Paul. Roger's Block ) 
8 doors alMve the Bridge. \ 



Worms I WoKMa!! — MorujcKS Uavn 
rotra Childrus.— Thousands of children die 
yearly from Wo.'i.ts whose lives might be MTed 
tfotuettf use Dk. CHUaCUILL'ti WORM LOZ 
eNOI£S which will sarely UU and expelthem 
Cromyourohildrdu. CMidren wlU Aat thes»as 
readily as any candy. For Conghs, Colds, Ao., 
asa Shield's Oomi>ound Cough Lozenges, tbs 
iBost plt>a.iant and tsSectual remedy aiscovered. 

Tor sale by allUruggUts. 

KUWABD U.BIUG8. 

iTi-d tw>w Agent for SMnt I'aal. Mia. 

For thk ^F.XT Sixty Days. — Our ex- 
tensive stock of CLOTHING, GENTS' KUB- 
NISHISG GOODS, BXfi A.NO CAPS, FINE 
BLACK CLOTHS, DOESKINS, and FANCY 
CASSIMKUES, Is offexed at such prices as will 
ensure the quick eal« of the same, and satisfy all 
that, to do basincss, «n9 mast keep pace with 
the times, 

SatUfiua lUat GOODS tfCSI DECLINE IN 
PRICK, we wiB continue to SELL IN ANTiCI- 
PAIION OF TOK SAME 



NoETHFtKi.n, April 18, 1865. 
Editors St. rani Press: 

On Thursday last, a party of five or six 
Norwegians, residents of the adjoining town- 
ship of Warsaw, Goodhuo county, in return- 
ing homewards from this village, where they 
had imbibed freely enough of liquor to ren- 
der them quarrelsome, got into an affray, 
which resulted in the stabbing of one named 
Even Johnson, by another of the number, 
named Hendrick Johnson. The wound, 
though in the region of the heart, was not 
iMlleved to be mortal. Hendrick Johnson 
was bound over on a charge of assault with 
intent to commit serious bodily injury. Yes- 
terday the wounded man died, and the one 
who Inflicted the wound has lieen re-arrest«d 
to await the result of a coroner's inqueat to 
be held to-day. The guilt of the homicide, if 
these things were rightly viewed, rests with 
heavier weight on the community which 
places the active and notorious iiutigator of 
murder and of every crime, in the way of 
those who are too weak to resist temptation, 
than upon the man who inflicts the blow. 

Last evenini; a meeting was held in the 
Methodist Church, to utter the views of our 
community concerning the late atrocious 
murders at Washington. Resolutions were 
adopiei, and speeches breathing a spirit of 
unfaltering devotion to the country's cause 
and ot encouragement in this new trial of our 
fidelity, were made by Revs. J. F. Wilcox and 
E. S. Williams, and by C. A. Wheaton, Esq. 
Hearty tribute was borne to the generous 
kindness of nature of l>oth Mr. Lincoln and 
Mr. Seward. The prevailing disposition 
seemed to l)e to interpret this tragic event as 
an indication by Providence of the necessity 
of dealing out stern justice to the leaders 
whom Andrew Johnson declares to have com- 
mitted "the highest crime known to the cata- 
logue ot crimes." It may lie that only through 
the iron policy of this Jacksonian President 
can the fruits of our victory over treason be 
consolidated and secnred. Two years ago, or 
upwards, Lowell wrote in one of his quaint 
Biglow papers, that— 
•' We wanted one who lelt all chief, 

From root o' hair to sole o' stockin', 
Weighed down with thonsan' ton belief 
In us an' him, tho' earth went rockin'." 

D. H. P. 



St. Paul, March 2.1, 1889. 



mob23-tf 



Verv Stylwh.— Thenewfaahion Bal- 
moral Hoop Skirts, 6o gracei'nl and bewitching 
have just l>een received at Elfslt's. 



row ot substantial and i-'egant business 
blocks will take the place of tbe shells 
that have just been burned down. 



Funeral of the President.— The 

sad event — the funeral of Abraham 1/in- 
coin — was observed in this city, on 
Wednesday, by a total suspension of 
business and appropriate religious servi- 
ces. The day was cloudy and gloomy, 
of itself, but the calamity which has be- 
fallen tbe nation increased tbe gloom to 
a degree of intensity rarely felt. In al- 
most every direction emblems of mourn- 
ing were visible. The streets were com- 
paratively deserted, and an ordinary 
Sabbath is lively in comparison with this 
day of the national sorrow. 

Union relit^ious services were held at 
the Jackson Street Methodist, and at the 
First Presbyterian Church. There was 
also a service at Christ Church. We had 
intended to note these services at length 
this morning, but the receipt of full de- 
tails of the assassination, which is now 
the all-absorbing topic, so occupies our 
space that we are compelled to defer our 

report until another day. 

. »e» 

PeraonaL — We regret to have to 
record the deparure of our old friend 
Dr. Francis Rieger by the steamer last 
evening for I..eaven worth, Kansas. I>r. 
Rieger during his residence in this city 
and State has established an enviable 
reputation as a skillful and learned physi- 
cian, while bis genial social qualities 
earned him hosts of Tricnds. He has 
served for the past few years as Surgeon 
in the army, and latterly as an examining 
surgeon in the Provost Marshal's office in 
this district. W^e trust that he may meet 
with that success in his new sphere which 
he so well deserves. 



B. Preslsy has just received and will 
continue to receive every week a large lot of 
fruit, such as Oranges, Lemons, Ac., which 
will be sold Bt a close margin. See his adver 

tisem^nt. 

_ «•* 

Good News.— Every steamer this 
week has had a cargo of Drv Goods for the 
Messrs Elfelts, which we are inlbrmed will 
be >old at prices that will astonish their rnsto- 
mers— price them and be convinced-— "their ad- 

verisement will appear to-morrow. 

— ••• 

A Card. — I wish to return my thanks 
to Captain Davidson and the crew of the North- 
em Relle for reseulng me from dro'o alng list 
evening, when I fell between the Northern Belle 
and Ihe wharf-boat, 

MOBKIS WEBiiEB. 



MiuiNRRV Opknino.. — Mrs. Redmond 
has receivpd a splendid assortment cf mlUiDer>t 
goods, and has selerted Saturday next forhej 
grand opening day. 1 he opening has been post- 
poned until this ttmo owing to the aflllctton of 
the country by the ajsas inatloa of the President 
See advertisement. 

^.» 

Nrw Goon><. — Among the large con- 
signments of freiglit thiit spring J. Mathias at 
No. 3.3S Thijd street has been promlaetit. The 
taste with which hU stock tuts been selected adds 
greatly to its value, and hoaiekeepors will find it 
the best plade in the city to hay wall p.iper, 
carpets, mattresses, *e. Having bought larger 
thtnaoy other dealer he obtained a greater re- 
duction In purchases ani he gives his customori 
the beneSt of this. If you want to And tbe 
largest and best stock of carpeting and wall paper 
la the city drop iu at No. 3.18, Third street. 

apl'2l-lw 

»■■ 

C.\RPETs, Wall P.ipku, &c. — R. O. 

Stron^eceived a very large invoice of carpet.^, 
matting, wall paper, &c. HU patterns are of tha 
latest Htyies, and were purcha'«ed alter the great 
f ai In gold which followed the great Union victo- 
ries. For the largect and best stock of goods In 
tins line, west of Chicago, call at Strong's carpet 

store in Kog<>rs' Mock. 

■ ••• 

Immioration. — We understand thai a 
considerable immigration has already com- 
menced attraited by the fertile lands of Min- 
nesota. Tbe First National Bank is furnish- 
ing Lanil W .urants, and College Scrip, by 
ni.i 1 or cs^icj?, at eastern prices. Iw 



Jo. Hall'b Bill of Farb. — Jo. Hall 

serves up to uay, Mallord Ducks, Wild Geese, 
Count Oysters (best in the 'world) pheas- 
ants, dufks, turkey, (cold or hot) venison and 
porter bouse steaks, mutton chops, ham, 
pig's feet and irlpo, tbe best ccllery, marker 
el and herring. 

Private apartment tor ladies. 

Billiard Rooms attached, with six Pbeian 
marble top wbies, two four pooaat (the only 
ones in the State}, and carom (for amateurs). 

isjuor/.— Spiced rum punches, egg nogg 
apple toddy, tarn and jerry, sweet cider, ale 
imported, wines aud liquors. 

novU.lv 

Union ilAXL— lieorge Benx propne 

tcr. This Hail n&s lately been retlt;<..l in a 
manaer making it the finest place oi resort in 
the city. Mr. fionx has introduced throe oi 
Pheian's tine marble bed Billiard Tables in 
tho Hall, and has created a splendid paten 
air fountain fur Ales and Porter on dranght 
TbuBSris alvr&ys snppilod with the finest 
Liquors and Cigars. He kedt>« coDsuntly on 
draught PbilaUelphia Ales aud Porter. Oen- 
olno Iluinisfa winas (dirtict importatk)D)frQin 
Oermany— all the vintages— on band. Extra 
fine Brandies, Sherry wine, Port wine, (for 
medical purposes,) by the bottle or gallon. 
B28_dlT 

Thk AMsaiOAH £zpbs8S Compant 

would resi>«ctfally announoo to the Merohants ot 
thi.> oity and vicinity that thoy are now prepared 
to bring forward from La Crosse, Wis. and de- 
liver to iiotbcs ot destination ail "Uetc ante' 
Otspat«h"aiid ordinary Railroad freight. 

Merciianta and others who may wish to avail 
themselves of ttUs means of transportation, will 
please mark their goods to oar care at La Crosso, 
at the same time giving as notloe so that we amy 
tee that snch goods are delivered ta us at La 
Crosse, wltboat any nnneoessary delay. 

For tariff ratds call at their oipoe, 21» Hilrd-st. 

Opposite Sug.: OUlbe. 
deoe 



Nv>&TiiriKi.D, Minn., April 18, 186d. 
editor* St. Paul Trefs 

The following resolutions were passed at a 
meeting of the citizens of thi« place, held last 
evening in the Methodist Church, 
f Resolved, That m the assassination of Pre- 
sident Lincoln and Secretary Seward, wo 
recognize the sublimation of rel>el malignity 
and viudlctivencss ; aad whilst we deplore 
their los*. at this interesting crisis or our 
affairs, as a great national c<«ldmity, we nev- 
ertheless cherish undiminished faith in tbe 
Divine rrovidence: and though, we mar -"^ot, 
in our finite comprehension, »»c tiie wisdom 
which has permitted sncu a crime, we will 
not cease our etfo'ui for the suppression of 
this vile rebel.'ion, nor our invocations to the 
Divine Being that He will guide our rulers 
(O the adnptioii of snch measures (br the 
return of the revolted States to the Union, as 
shall not only secure the total extinction of 
human slavery in our whole country, but 
guoh as shall t>e an unmistakable rebuke to 
traitors, pirates and assa«'i>ins for ail time to 
come. 

Resolved, That we extend to .Andrew John- 
son, nssuming the new and grave responsi- 
bilitip«, so tragically thrown upon bim.our 
earnest and cordial sympathy and support; 
and that we will nphold him in his recently 
declared poUogr of meeting out to the arch 
conspirators of the rebellion, the highest pe- 
nalty kno«n to human law, guilty as they 
are, to use his words, "of the highest crime 
known to the catalogue of crimes." 

E. 8. WILLIAMS. Secretary. 
» ■ ♦ » » 

Mar* »l>oat Ba*ik. 

New York, April 17.— Tbe Hemld'i 
Washington correspondent says : Booth 
asked the clerk of the National Hotel if 
he was going to Ford'a theatre that 
night, telling him he ought to, as there 
was to be some splendid acting there that 
night. The next heard of Booth waa a 
little after seven o'clock, when -he, in 
company with five others, entered tbe 
drinking saloon of George Harry, ad- 
joining Ford's theatre, and all ot them 
drank together. The emphasis of their 
manner in taking the drink attracted gen- 
eral attention. After drinking dtey 
shook hands, bidding each other good 
by. Upon leaving the bar-room two of 
them rode off on horeback. 



Wahhinoton, April 15. — The city is 
consumed with excitement. The all per- 
vading gloom of last night has given place 
this Morning, in a great measure, to des- 
perate resolves to visit in active measure 
to ail rebel participants, 'the utmost retri- 
butive vengeance. The slightest ex- 
pression of secession sentiments are sure 
to be wiped out in blood. A few mo- 
menUaince a rebel resident inquired of a 
guard in front of the State Department 
if it were true tbe President was dead. 
The soldier replied that it was. Where- 
upon the citizen replied, "I am dammed 
glad of it." He had scarcely concluded 
his utterance when the guard put a ball 
through bis head and be now lies a corpse, 
execrated ^y all. The incident fairly il- 
liutrates the intensity of popular feeling. 
» A rebel Assistant Adjutant General, 
who came up on a mail boat yesterday, 
on hearing the news at Fortress Monroe, 
said the south had lost its best friend, and 
emphatically disclaimed the act in the 
the name of the people, and attrib ited it 
to foreign monied interests. 

CINXISNATI 

Cincinnati, April l-O. — Our city to-day haS 
been overwhelmed with grief at tlie assassina- 
tion at Washington.. There if great «ixcite- 
ment among the Germans, and the private 
residences of Dr. George Fries and Dr. Hum- 
bold were mobbed and gutted to-night. The 
residences of Aleck Long and others are 
threatened but the Mayor and police, and a 
large force of military are patrolling the city; 

SAN I ItANCISCO. 

San Francisco, April 15. — The news of I^in- 
coln's assassination created the most intense 
and universal fecimg ever witnessed on this 
coast. It is known throughout tho State 
wherever the telegraph extends, and every- 
where demonstration of public grief and hor- 
ror are the same. Business lias been entirely 
suspended. Bells are tolling, and pablic and 
private buildings are draped in mourning. 

Tlie authorities have thought it prudent to 
take precautions a;;ainst popular tumults re- 
sulting from expressions of joy by secession- 
ists. Several treasonable brawlers were saved 
from lynching by the police. Dispatches 
from the interior show an inflamed condition 
of the public mind. Tho popular voice de- 
mands the enforcement of the strictest justice 
against all connected with the assassination 
and against obdurate rebel leader.^. 

L.vTEH. — A mob just entered the publication 
offices of the Democratic Press, Xetps Letter, 
Monitor and Accidental, copperhead organs, 
and emptied their conu?nts, into the strec', 
amid the applau5:e of an inimensc crowd, 
large body of armed police was ordered out. 
but arrived too late to prevent these acts of v - 
uience. The dcitruction of the other Demo- 
cratic ofilcc is threatened. 

XKW YORK, 



the expression of dis o'^al sentiment.'; 
life was saved by a passing "*oat. 

Both this city and Broolclyn are en\i-loped 
in mourning, and th; streets arc crowded 
with persons viewing the deci .rations. 

(ieorgo Wells, John Gallagher, \V«liam 
Fanning and Thomas Benton, the latt»r trea- 
surer of a theatre, werito-day each senttnced 
to six months in the penitentiary for uttenn;; 
treasonable sentiment;. 

Last evening a tqiad of patriotic young 
men visited the house ot Mrs. John Tyler, 
widow of ex-Presidcnt Tyler, on Staten 
Ibland. demsniled and o!)tained a rebel Hag, 
which has long bceu iiroiuincntly hanging;: in 
her parlor. Kx-May<a- l^wis, oi Savannah, 
a violent rebel, was present, but kept quiet. 
The parlor of Mr«. Tyler is where sccessi'ju- 
ists have often met i an ing the war, and was 
the headiinarters of i. rebel Jsewing society. 
Tlie (log was sent to General Dix..^ (Qd 

Several secessionists are reiiortcd to have 
been beaten by in1uri:.tcU Unionl^ts, on hear- 
ing their awful coinmtnts on thea.'isassination, 
made by these fiends. 

An inilammatory pi icirJ was posted around 
the city thi.s morning, concluding with "Deatli 
to traitors ;" "The Un on one and indivisible ;" 
"Strike often— no more parley." 

JMCnMOM>. 

The World's Richuoud dispatch says-. Sat- 
urday evening:, about 9 o'clock. Gen. Ord and 
Gens. Ould aud Mum ford (rebel and Federal 
Commissioners of i xchan.ce) were sitting 
with J. \V. Forney in the Kpottswood Hotel, 
when a telegraph iueiisage was handed in an- 
nouncing the President's a.ssassination. Ould 
exclaimed, "Tiiat is :hc worst iilow the Con- 
federacy has ycl had " 

Passengers" from :lichinoud state that tho 
assassination of the President, created the 
greatest oonsfeniatioii ilurc. People express- 
ed their fears of the conseiiiicuces. 



REAL ESTATE. 
IMCofg-aii St IMEcClond, 

.A.efints and IDealctra. 
SAINT PAUX., MIIVIV. 

EXCLUSIVELY ON COMMISSION. 



R. F. WASNBB. 



4«*l 



iBt 



D. C. Grkbnusaf has the largest and 
best assortment of HoUiday Goods in the city, 
in Oreenlcafs Block, near the Post OfBce. 

docir.tf 



•mm UHKKI.XMK, 



i^CCidents — An excavation i^eing 
made on Third street for the erection of 
a building adjoining Marvin's Crockery 
Store. Unfortunately tbe excavation ex- 
tends across the sidewalk, and several 
accidents occurred last evening as the 
result. A woman and child walked into 
tbe pit and were oonsiderably injured and 
their clothes ruined. A man named John 
Klein, a stranger in tbe city, suffered a 
severe sprain of tbe ankle. Another 
man whose name we could not learn was 
also injured, after which guards were 
placed upon each aide of the ditch. 



Theft. — A girl has been going about 
the city (or a week past ostensibly beg- 
ging for a poor family. She called at a 
bouse in lower town a day or two since 
and panaged to steal a valuable shawl 
from the hat rack in the hall. She is so 
well knowik that it will probably be the 
dearest shawl she ever invested in. Peo- 
ple should look out for strolling beggars 



p.iSSKNOEi NoTicB.— Tickets to all 
points East and ioutb at the office of the 
Northwestern Packet Company on the levee. 
The splendid boats of this line leave St. Paul 
every evening at six o'clock and make direct 
connection at Prairie du Chien and Dnnleith 
with express trains for Ihe East and South. 

apll9-tf JAMES J. HILL, Agent. 
*•• 

MiNNE-HA-MA, Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Gallery Tho onli/ place In the 
city, where a fu'l Aud complete collection of 
Photographs ^i Minnesota scenery, Indians 
he , can \< had, of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Gallery. No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photographs of our late Presldeut 
at Martin's. *t 

U. S. 7-30'8.— This investment is still 
the rage. Sales at the First National Bank 
for three days of this week, $6a,000. . The 
present loan is taken up, but the Bank has 
them for •^ale, and also 9-)0,0<X) gold-bearing 

-•• r- 

Thb First National Bank of Saixt 

Paul furnishes through tickets from Liverpool 
and Que,>n8town to St.Paol, by Paolcet, Ship and 
Steamer, at lOA-est rates. Also Drafts on Eng- 
land, Ireland, (iermanr, Swit2erlA&d,.Swed(Dand 
Norway, and all other Luropian States. 

m kiM: 1 mo March x8. 1865. 

■ ■■ 

TiCKSTs FOR THK East.— The ticket 
office connected with the La Crossa line o 
steamers Is now open and tlirougb tickets can 
be procured to all points In tbe East. Office 
on the levee at the foot of Jackson Street. 

ap5-tt. CHA8. THOMPSON, Agent 



Merohant rTailor, 

Jackson Street, between Third Sreet and L«vM, 
Saiut Paul, MinnesoU. 
H. B.— Dyeing, dealing Silli and Velvet goods 
and all other goods. Partlcalar attention paid 
to the Steamboat trade. Will buy ana seU sec, 
on d hand clutlilng. novU Iv 

BORXJ£* &^ OAKJBfS, 



Banker:^ and £xciiaDge Dealers, 

GOODRICH BLOCK, THIBD ST., 

SAINT P AUL . MINN" 
S:«tal>lisb<.'dln 18CS1. 



Collections payable in tbe City made free of 
cost and throughout the State fVee of charge be- 
yond actutil expenKPs InciirrPd. Uemtttancet 
made the diy alter collection at the lowest rate 

of F.xchanKO. 

Orders fur Land Warrants, State Warrants, 
United States Hocd-<, Cooaty and City Bonds 
promptly en'cuted at the lowest rates. City. 
Covnty and State Taxes paid. 8tate and United 
Stat«s Coupons paid at our Counter. 
Rnfererioea : 

Johnston Bros, k Co., 
Ifaltimore 



Dollner, Potter ft Co., 
New York. 

Kissam k Co..N. T. 

Koche Bros, k, CuiTey, 
New York. 

Dreael * Co, Philadel- 
phia. 

Exoliange Bank, Bost'a 

Spencer. Vila k Co., 
Boston. 

Brown, iihip.ey k Co., 
Liverpool. 



Butter, fcndlcott fcCo., 

Chicago. 
Rank of Oalena.Oalena. 
Alien, CoppA Nesbitt, 

St. Louts. 
Statp SavlajH Assoda 

tion, St. Louis. 
Franz 11 ch. Scblnter & 

Sohn, UaintMarg. 
A. Marcuord k Co. 

Paris. 

fabte-Iy 



AwMhor Iiiac*v*r7. 

Yesterday a grey coat stained 



k vcrioii-sATvnuAY morning. 

ALFRED M09RE, opposite the Pojt office, 
will sen ar aoction Bedsteads. Wooden Cliairs, 
Loungen, Msttressps, Crocks, Carpets, &c. AI.*o 
two good Mares and one Horse, 
Sale at ten o'clock. 



Maautacturers . 



I J- Maautacturers .of superior 

SOAP ANI> CAJVULES, 

Eagle street, near Upper Lavee. 
HXQHE8T MARKET PRICE PAIB VOS 

LAjr«l, 170.11 a'^'T and O-rease 

L.nKAOH. llanl-lydfcw A.w.ntaaaoM. 

MINNESOTA 

HEALTH INSTITUTION, 

At St. Anthony Falls, ^Inn. 

This splendidly looeted house, late the Cheever 
House, Is now open by tbx Mlnuetota Health 
Association for the reception of guests ai)d in- 
valids. 

Z, P. GLA.3X, M. D,, 
Miss M. AUGUSTA FAIRCHILD. M. D., 

Pnyticiant, 
Mrs. K. A. OLAHS, Matron 



H. W. Pi.UMMKR, of MainM, Pr*»ident, 
B. M. iJ. V&MV,, tiHnancial Secretary , 

at First Nadonal nank, Minueapoils. 

Z. P. GLASS, M. D., Supt. 



f0(>94-Sm 



pi C. rAXBtSM, 

Attorney and Counselor at 
B«yWardl^ Block, Third str««t, 



rith 
blood, which had evidently been worn as 
an over-coat, was found near Fort Bun- 
ker Ilill, just back of (ilenwood Cemete- 
ry. In the pocket were found a false 
mustache, a pair of riding-gloves, and a 
slip of paper, upon which was written 
•'Mary £. Gardner, 419." This coat is 
supposed to have been worn by the man 
who attacked Secretary Seward, although 
the weight of the evidence indicates that 
all the conspirators took the same route, 
that of the Navy Yard bridge. 
» t ♦ » • 

•(awiow Breaks **•• ]ff«wa (• Mr. Saw 
ard. 

Secretary Stanton callfed upon Mr. 
Seward just before twelve oV'lock. Mr. 
Seward, recognizing him at once, aaked 
him why tbe President had not called on 
him. Up to this time he had no knowl- 
edge that the assassin had attacked any 
person outside ot his house. Upon Mr. 
Stanton, therefore, devolved the unoleai- 
ant duty of info^ing him o( the fate of 
the President, considering it best not to 
keep hicn in ignorance of the sad event. 
Mr Stanton gave him a short and suc- 
cinct statement of what had transpired. 
He at once appeared to comprehend the 
great events of the past night. Instead 
of having the effect to depress him, it 
seemed to nerve him to meet his own af- 
flictions, and his symptoms have been en- 
couraging and hopeful all day. 

»»♦■■< 

Mr. I.lac*lai'a Xtsuss Cablawt MawSlwv. 

At the Cabinet meeting on tbelltb, 
which lasted over two hours, the future 
policy of the government towards Vir- 
ginia was discussed, the best feeline pre- 
vailing. It is stated that it was deter- 
mined to adopt a very liberal policy as 
was recommended by tbe President. It 
is said that this meeting was the most 
harmonious held for two years, the Presi- 
dent exhibiting throughout that magna- 
nimity and kindness of heart which has 
ever characterized his treatment of the 
rebellious States, and which has been so 
illy requited on their part. One ot tbe 
membprs of the Cabinet remarked to a 
friend that he met at the door, " the gov- 
ernment was to day stronger than it has 
been for three years paat.^* 



* « ♦ « » 



— A new Republican newspaper com- 
pany at Chicago have bought the Post 
establishment, of that city, of which tbej 
will 'ake possession Monday next, though 
the change will not be announced until 
their arrangements are completed, which 
it is expected will be done by the 1st 
of June next. 

» » ♦ » ♦ — — 

At a meeting of the Congresamen in 
Washington on Monday, a committee of 
five members of each Hotue, waa ap- 
pointed to accompany the Preaident'a re- 
mains to Springfield, Illinoii. Among 
Law. CAM la | tbem we notice the name of S«Mtor 

flM-iy 



New York, April 1.5—3 P. M.— The city is 
per>-a(lcd with almost a Sabbath quietness. 
Stores and shops are closed, and crape is rap- 
idly appearing at all points. Broadway is 
hung with gloomy blackness. On the prin- 
cipal avenues the scene is the same. . '^.''aii 
street, Broadway, William street. "A^uth and 
other strictly business 8tr''el,;>tc covered with 
mourning cmhlen'.". ' The shipping in the 
harbor have 'heir flags at half-mast, and many 
are in •'; apery. 

An immense meeting of merchants and 
citixens is l)eiug held iu Wall street, presided 
over by Mr. Draper. Speeches were made 
by Messrs. Butler, Dickinson, and others. 
Tbe crowd there was immense. Appropriate 
resolutions were submitted to tlie meeting 
and adopted, and u committee of thirteen em- 
inent merohants and citlsens was appointed 
to go to Washington to attend the luneral of 
tbe Pre-sitlent. 

nUFFAtO. 

BcFFALO, April 17. — The Governor of New 
York has issued a proclamation revoking the 
proposed thanksgiving for recent victories on 
April 20th, and changing it to one of prayer 
and humiliation for our great affliction. 

NA'tlVIMj:. 

Nash viti-E, April I iLlu— The news of Pres- 
ident Lincoln's death n ached bere as the 
Erocession. postponed from yesterday. In 
onor of our recent victories, was being form- 
ed. When the news was received the pro- 
cession broke np. and with arms reverse<l, 
and bands playing funeral music, they slowly 
returned to tboir c;mips. Intense sorrow at 
the untimely deatb oi the President, fills all 
loyal hearts. Great preparations had been 
made by the Quartermastei's Department, 
and other Government oflicers, as well as 

Crivate citifbns, in decorating and iiluminnt- 
ig their offices and dwellings. All arc now 
shrouded in mourning. Business is cntirsly 
suspended, and tbe streets thronged with sad 
una anxious faces. As the facts of the mur- 
der become more definite, a bitter feeling of 
retaliation seems to prevail against tbe rebels 
and reljel sympathizers. Minute guns are 
being fired from the capitol. 

CINCINNATI. 

Cincinnati, April I.').— The news of the 
assassination of President Lincoln produced 
profound sorrow and" great indignation. Busi- 
ness was entirelv suspended, flngs were dis- 
played at half-ninst, and the whole city was 
draped in inouming. The streets have lieen 
thronged all day with sad and solemn faces. 
Junius Brutus Booth, brother of Wilkes Booth, 
was announced to appear at Pike's opera house 
to-night. It is understood that he was com- 
pelled to leave the city. All places of amuse- 
ment are closed to-night. Rnraors prevail of 
several persons having been l<illed for expres- 
sions of joy at Lincoln's death, but it is believ- 
ed they are false. 

WHKELINO. 

Whbelino, Va., April 1.5.— The mournful 
intelligence of the assasKination and death of 
President Lincoln caused tlio greatest excite- 
ment and sorrow. Business everywhere was 
suspended, Hags were displayed at half-mast 
from all the public buildings, liells were tolled, 
and the city draped iu mourning. A mass 
meeting of citizens is called for to night. ^The 
city presents a most sombre, solemn aspect. 
The blow is felt to be a national calamit}'. 

COLUMBLS. 

CoiiMMfs, April 15.— The news of the 
death of President Lincoln cast a gloom over 
this city. Business was suspended and the 
city draped in mourning. Bells were tolled 
most of the day. Rev. Col. Granville Moody 
dellveres a funeral sermon in the Capitol 
square to-morrow_^(^unday). 

TOBUXtTO. 

Toronto, * April 15.— The news of the as- 
sassination at Washington, caused a profound 
sensation here. Tbe tiags ot the custom 
house and American consulate, the shipping 
in the harbor, and in the city, were displayed 
at half mast. Stores and places of business 
owned by Americans are closed. The feeling 
of gnef by the Canadian people is inten.se, 
and it is contemplated giving some public ex- 
pression. 

MR8HA6R OF TBK nOVBRNOR OF NOVA 
RCOTIA. 

Halifax, N. S.', April !».— The Governor 
bad appointed to-day for giving assent to tbe 
bills passed with the usual ceremonies, but, 
upon receiving the news of President Lincoln's 
murder, he sent the following me: sage to the 
council : 

'OOVKIINMENT IIOfSE, HALIFAX, N. S, 

April 15.— Mv Dear Sir— Very shocking in- 
telligence which has just reached me, of the 
murder of President Lincoln by the hiind of 
an assa.isin, and my sense of the loss which 
the cause of order has susbtincd by the death 
of a man whom I have always reg.irded as 
eminently upright in his intentions, indisposes 
me to undertake any public ceremony such as 
I had contemplated in my intended visit to 
the legislative council this day 

I l)eg therefore to notify you of the post- 
ponement of that visit, and perhaps, under tbe 
circumstances, men of all parties may feel 
that the suspension of iurther public business 
for the day would be a mark of sympathy not 
unt>ecoming the Legislature to ofTer, and one 
which none could misconstrue. 

"Believe me to be, my dear sir, most re- 
spectfully yours, 

RICHARD GRAVES McDOWELL. 

"To Edwin Kinney, President of the Legis- 
lative Council." 

Halifax, N. S., April 15.— Upon the an- 
nouncement of President Lincoln s death, the 
parlament of Nova Scotia adjourned, and the 
flags on the government house, the citide i.the 
Aimrican consulate, and the American ves- 
w Is in jMirt, were at half-mast. Deep sympa- 
thy j'.i vai s in in the minds of all friends of 
tl^ ..iiion. The blockade runner Col. Lamb, 
wa< t;iiilv decked with flags. 

I b,- 1 itizens generally all unite in express- 
Ions of the deepest sympathy for the nation's 
loss. 1 he flags on the Col. Lamb were order- 
ed down by the naval authorities. 

BT. I.OUI«. * 

St. Lotis, April 17.— Several pers. ns have 
been arrested for exulting over the assassina- 
tkHi and utterins disloyal sentiments, and 
two have l>een killed and two wounded for 
th« same reason. 

'■- ukW yobk. 

N«w Yom, April 17.— A man was thrown 
tnm • BiooklyB ftnry-boat into the river tot 

t.t- X. *• -•■•- 



n\i. 'nioRK. 

Baltimore, April iV— Business at (he Corn 
and Stock exchanges is entirely suspended. 
The streets are crowded. InJij-'nalion is man- 
ifested l)y tlie crov.'d fffi Baltimore street in 
reg.<rd to the obnoximis pictures displnyed by 
cettiiin rpliotographcfs conspicuous for their 
disloyalty. The lil> .'iiehS ot Marshal Kane, 
of the I'.itli of .April notorieiy, w:»s taUoii 
down by the iiowd froni L'^rnel's .show >:isc, 
thrown into the stiet iiod stamped upon by 
the people. Burtluu s iihotogrnph galk-ry was 
also visited, but tbe pri)))ricu)vs prudently re- 
moved ccrtjiin olmcxious pictures. It was 
rumored that tliis estabh.'liraeiii had c)n 
hand a. picture of Htoth. the assas^^ilI. who is 
well known here, this bpini: his native city. 
The picture, hnwevn*. was removed beldre 
the mob reached ih( place, or serious conse- 
quences might hav ! resiilteil. '1 be military 
and police authorities areinakinft every ciroit 
to preserve the i)eaie. All the avenues ar.d 
road around it are strongly i^uanied, and a 
vigorous search is i-oiii;,' on in the liojn; of 
capturing one or bcth of the a^'sn!.sill5, «hii 
have tied in this din^ciion. 

MO.\'Ti:i:vi.. 

MoNTUEAi, April .7. — OiiSaturdav theilags 
on the court-house city hall, cuslom house 
and other public buildings, were displayed at 
hall-mast. In all the ciniiches ycstcida\, 
the clergy in their iirayeis referred p.irticu 
larlytotheassasiinationof tilt' T'residcnt, .iml 
expressed their detestation ofthefiimo. A 
union prayer mcctii.^; otall the different de- 
nominations ol christians ist.> be held to-night 
in ihc Wesleyan ebap«.l, to express sympathy 
wiih the people of thi! United ^ststes. Through- 
out Canada there i-i )Ui one e:;prcs.=ion of hor- 
ror at the crime and the warmest svmpaf hy 
for the nation. 

W.XDSOR, Aprd 1 i. — On receipt of tiic news 
this mcrning secessiani^ts brought out.a c;ic- 
nontofirea salntc umi mnjo arrnngeinLnts 
for a general lojoiiiiig and banHres in tlie ev;;- 
nin?. The leaden were promptly arrested 
by tbemavor of \Viiuls:ir, wh.-j urdeivJ all the 
flags in the town to t)edisplnycd at half mast, 
which was done, as veil as upon British ves- 
sels in the river. Later in the day he c.illeri 
upon the mayor of Detroit, and c-xpip>S'.d the 
syinpa'hies of the pe ;>ple oi i.'anada with those 
oithe United States, s-i siKldenly plunged in- 
to national grit- f. 



Havini; had ten } ears' es:perienc« in the R>-al 
EstHtc llU8ine:^Ria .St. Paul, and having fkclltti.-* 
for transacting the buslnpfg in f-, ory county 114 
tho ^taiB throuKii our correspondents, we of «r 
our s- rvlcr 10 l-uy and sell Prop-erty pay Taxpj, 
iieffotistrt I.nan", collect Rents, locate lasd 
Warrants, and do 6b and everjthing ccnnr';:tid 
with a general U<-al K-ttate Agency 

Vt'c Invite att<-ntiou to our i.iets of 

"CIT V & COONTEY PROPERTY" FOR SALE, 

And offer BAUD AINS in I>oth. Among tbeui 

The best Basint-ss Corner in St. Paul. Also, 

lOOfpet ou lliliditreet, 

150 i>»t on ffVfnth street. 

Lots in all tbn I'.uidi'feg Ptreefa. 

Kiiraii-bed Houeei^, $1 l^UO, $1,500, and $1S,OjO 
each. 

Houses and Lots fTriu V-iOO to #23,000 each. 

RusiilHac Lots in St. Paul and elsewhere. 

F^rniHiin.i Faindng Lands, 

JUni-ral Lands. 

Pin.- luuds, etc., etc. 

I'arti.'d vvIkUIi-.k to sell or parchase are tarltcd 

KonoAai A McOE.On> 

St. Paul, Feb. •i^, lb05. 

trb281v-4' 

NEW MUSIC STdif! 



ROOT & CADY 

fcr aint Paul, Minn., 

Have on band iht- Iarg>'Rt ani most carefully 
si'lectf d stocl; of 

S H IbJ ii: T M Tl H I O 

Wesst orChioago. 

MUSIC B O O K b , 

MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS 

AND 

MI!81i;AL MERCHAiNWtii!:, 

if EViOHY DESCBlPriOH. 
WHOLRSAE A RKfAlL AQ£^~Tg FOIt 

Will. B. Bradbiiiy & J.W. Vosc's 




THE ASSASSIN'S BROTHERS. 

.iL'N'iLri linrTr.'S ntx'nii. 
A Cincinnati difpal<;b ot tbe L.tb navs : 
Junius brums Booth i? in deep i^iief over 
the tragedy which involves his brother Wilkc 
OS au assassin Hi.s enf.'afromont wi)iil«l have 
closed to night, but he ibtrcil not appear, lie 
informs me that J. vVilkcs jiooth would havi- 
been married soon to a daughter of .senator 
Hale; that i!" he 1 oiuinitted llii'S ac: it was 
under a sudden impulse. The lumily consists 
of four brothers an [1 one sister. The mother 
of these live cliikren is now in New York 
city. Willies Hootli was lici- favorite child. 
Edwin was iu Bostim, where he was to con- 
clude an engagement to-iiii'bt. 

J. tirutus, l!.dwin, and .1. Willtcs— all three 
brothers — were tnj;.ged to appear at the 
Shaiisiiearian bcnelit in New Yorlt soon to, 
take place, antl onl»' yesterday Brutus receiv- 
ed a letter from Wilkes mailing raenti.'mof 
their engagement ir New York ; that he wa". 
well, and ttiat nil WIS going on brightly, re 
ferring to his alllani:elwiih Miss Hale. Brutus 
can hardly believe he report, yet be knotvs 
that Wilkl-s h.is often expres.'-ed hiinscif as 
"bearing a deadly hatred to kings anJ ty- 
rants." Mr. Booih has gone to tho country 
O-night to keep quiet until the cxcitemei t 
has passed, ilc pares his room and pulls Lii> 
hair like aman dermi'cd. Brulus also states 
thati if the reports are true against Wilkes, 
Edwin and himself will be coiup< ilt d to leave 
the stage. 

F.nW IN r.OOTH . 

A Boston dispatc J ol'the I'.th says l-;dwin 
Boo!h is pluniredln deepest grief by the despe- 
rate act 01 his b:o lier, and U is telling leariul- 
ly upon bis scnsiiivc luituie. To night lie 
was to have taken 1) is farewell of the Boston 
public for a time, I ut it is .said that he has ex- 
pressed a dcterminiitiuii never to appc.tr upon 
the stage again. 

Special Dispatch tc tho Weitern Ar.ocialed 
J*re5s : 

Nkw Vonx, .\pr 1 V> — The Post say.s : "F,d- 
win Booth, bi other of Wilkes I'.i.oih, has been 
a thorough Union man. He has played on 
ditforent occasions, here and ilsewhcr.-, lor 
the benefit of the Smitars* commissi. )n, and 'n\ 
many other ways showed his syin)..!thy with 
the "iTnion cause. Political tliiFe ences h.id 
caused a serious qu irrcl between Kdwiu Booth 
and his brother s n le time ago." 



AI.SO, 
IMAfciONAt HAMLIN'S 

CamEIORGtllS. 



Wi* sell et Hiatiufactoiy prices, and fully war- 
rant every in»iirumcut,Bnd tei<ldf s truarantee tn- 
lire 'S'lrJacti. 11. l^p.^^rlptlve Piire 1 ictsseutcB 
ap(.liciiticu, I'i.-e ctcbarfie. 



a? 



18G5. 



SJOKDS. 16G.G. 



Nxw m;ttsic.i«ooic«s. 
THE MUSICAL CURRICULUM 

I'.V OKO. K. Roor. 
An instriictit n bock lor tb«- piano forte on a i 
new ilaii, en bracing not only a cumplfte vour»e ' 
ol kIu'I), withlK's'i ai.d attractive nriusicfor that 
a.struuiciil. tut 1 l.so Vuico cultuie, \kith songs 
siul solIepRios I'or'iiiir. ir-nt «taK«»sof progr«»-*, 
tlii^ ai'i 01 sconmpan>in|r, baraony, Ac; the 
wholo arra ict d in 00 progres..>ive& manner as to 
furiiisli a coiriililf andunufually pk a^iiig coui?e 
01 s'udy and practice, wldeh aims at the Kyminet- 
rical devi-.'opmeit ot a!l the musical powers ot the 
learnor. it !.j a royal qusrto of ti'to psges, and 
containi tilty pir cent mote matter thaii th« 
lar)?e piauutcrie instruction books ccumon to 
this country. 

PRICK ^■^.r>o. 

Samp1<^ copies £cut po&tpbidj ou receipt cf prls*/ 
Pablished by' 

UOOIiA CAUY. 

THE SILVER LUTE. 

Euiurgt'd Kdition. 

liV CRORGK F. HO«IT. 

Till- popular 'inglng book lor Javcuileciasre^, 
school-^ aud aradnmies. has just been revised ana 
irnproved by the adcition ot 'ii tap-s of popular 
raii-ic. luciUiJiiig ".luft Bffoie the Batti<j, Mcth- 
e.,' ".lurt airiT tlic Battle,'' "Jolinny iSchmok- 
e-, ' ".Soiig <,f a '1 iiousMuJ Ytars " -'The Soldier 
Boy," "U Ccme yoa Irom Ihe Rattle f iel*,'' 
•'V'«'!>p«r t'oiig," '-A Welcome to ttie .Soldiers," 
itc , &c 1 IsH popularity of this book Is atusted 
by the fac that it has already reached an issue of 
y,.iOO Copies. 

PiicM, SOcent.^. i^5 per Dozen. 

THE BUGLE CALL. 

nV OK. I. F. BOOT. 

Thi.s b-.ok cont:iics about fifty of the most pop 
iilar patrioric frbes and I'cui part song* , and Is 
jii.'-t tho lilii^ tor l.yal p«o;.le, whe.'ber la camp 
\>r at the ttrc^ide. No bo^ii; of the kind furnisbeii 
an>thir g like ihe (]ualitv iDdqoautit^' ber<> found 
for thi' ratii" umouiit cfmoue>. Price, 3S o.jnta. 
$3.fiO 1)1 r dozen. 

.^V J. r. NT K "SV M U S I C 
Constantly on b<nd. 
4^ Catalogues sent fieu on application. 

apUetw&w2w 



Seeds ! JSeedN ! 

GARDEN, GKAS.S A>ir> >LOWKlt SI'.EDS ! 



DAY & JENKS, 

DRTTGGlSral, SA.INX PAT7L, 

niALKtS IN 

aBAS.S SEKDS— nniothy, < lover, Red lop 

Hungariau, Blue (Irass, Orchard audlawu 

Grass. 
GARDEN SEF.DS— By the Pound, Box, or 1 a- 

per, In great vai lely. 
FLOWER bKEDP'-The largest and best as«or:- 

liK'nt In thi.i Stato. 
RDTA BAGA and TURNIP SEED, Wholesale 

and RetaiU auMAw.tm 



^epl llotkeisi. 




These Bitters ari prep-jreil in pari' 
Whidky, from a com^iiiaiiou of over twenty dlf 
fer<*nt kinds of rooti, barks and herbs, whlcjj tcl 
in perfiOt cenc<>rt o'le with t^-e other, prep'irod 
from the original I Jriiiuli given Ity the erea; 
ohief. Red Jr.okct, t > Dr. Ch 'pin, v.-(io iined tV.em 
sucoesafully in hi'* iractiee lor many yeaic.an'i 
by their use f^alneo so great a po;nl9ritv in tKf 
tieutment and ci:rf of liyvp* i;si:i, Livfr Com- 
pjuiat, Cons'Jjuttioi., J%1; k and Nervous ii.nd 
ache, Fwver and A^ne, and all diseases artsine 
from torpid liver and Indigestion. Persons sui- 
fer!n« from either of tliP.so loatbsom;' difeaeo? 
will tlnd a sure CUM by the aae of these Bitters, 
which arc pcrl'i'eilv pure and frcp ITom all thoso 
drugs und poisons I snally put up in such pr-ua 
tlons and palmed ol Ton an unsuspeetlng public 
A 8ire!e trial wlU con's ince the mcBt skeptical 
that lii the RED JJ.CttET there is virtue which 
no other Bltt^^rs paisess. 

Tl ty strengthen mil invlg^jrate the system, 

They are unequai 'd for gencrpl d.'blllty. 

They are a sure c ire for dyept-psia. 

I'hey give a good and heulthy appetite. 

They assist diges ion . 

They are the besj fti:nu!ant in existence. 

They ate a prevctdive of Ke-, .'■r <ind Ague, 

Thoy relieve conttipatirn. 

They cure neraots n(:ud;;clie. 

They are perfectlr pure and p&latob!e. 

The Red Jacket 1 litters ar? sold iu quart bot- 
tles by all druggiath and dealers throughout the 
oountr>-. Califor )te,i .Tn-Vet and take no other. 
Circulars to the tr uie supp'ied on application to 
BEHUKIir PtKTERS * VO., 
ill Ittrwr Mtr»«'t. rhlruvo- 

For sale by all Di imp its aud Grooers, 

Mi7-eo4tltwa.w-v iiLAA 



MOatTO^OK MAE.E— Whereas, default 
iias been made in the conditions ot a cer- 
tain intirlKage executed by Nathaniel Barber, 
111 irlgugoi , to ( harica N. Mackubin, mortgagee, 
ilitnlihe i«tth day of Augurt, 1K5S, and recardea 
in tbe oUi«e sf tbe Reglsmr of Deeds of Hamsey 
ciiui.t-,. ill the. State ot Allnoe-iota, on tbe &Ui day 
ofiictober, I.SSs, -itS o'clock p. m., in Book "^*' 
of ifort pages, on pag'-s 0»'l, f>'.i2and C^.t, of and 
upon Ihe follow ingdcbaibea realcstate.eituate lu 
s id Kuni.-py couuiy, viz : Lots numbered iwen- 
ty-iiKlii C-'s) and twenty nine (2»;>, of block num- 
ber tiventy-oneCil) in Mackutin & MarshallV ad- 
dition to the city 01 Saint Paul, given to ee« ure 
the payment of three hundied and lifthiy aevea 
ana .'.0- 100 doUais and the intert-Ft thereon, ac- 
cording to tho tertns of two certain proroitsory 
not "8 in said mortgaee described, execoted by 
s^id Itartrf'r to said Mackubin; and wbr-reas, 
there ia due atid unpaid on said notes and mort* 
ifSge, at the date ot tide notUe, the nura oi tlva 
hundred dollars; and wheieas, the taid morl- 
kjugp, together wUh the said uote* thereby fe- 
cured, was duly hs^igned. traiisferrtd auddellv. 
ered, b. assignment in writir.g.^nied the IJtn 
day of March, nCfi, and duly le^ded iu tbe of- 
lire i.f .he llegisier of Deeds of caid Kameey 
countv >.n the li-.th day of Match, IC<;s, in l<ook 
'li" of A'fiiKomtuts, page iZ\ ty Ellen M. Mac- 
kubin, Adniiiiistra.rlx of said CharleH N. Macku- 
bin lute liOCi used, to Mary McCoy , and whereas, 
ihnead Mary ilcCoy cid, on the iSlh 4ay of 

•larih, l>-ii5, pay to the Tioasujer < f said Ramsey 
ci.unty th.' miii of twenty and .'l-t 10<i dullard, lax- 
e< dun on the .-'aid mortgav'Cd premise*; aiiid no 
proc.eedii>£^' or suit at law haviii;; been lu^titated 
10 rec .ver laid mortgage dibt, or any lart 
thPreot; 

Now, th-Mt fore, notice U hereby given that » 
purnuauce of the power of ^ale in said mortgage 
contained aud o: the statute iu such case mad* 
uiid prcvld'd, the >aid mortgaged pr<-misea 
above deHcrib.-d, will l)e sold at pnolic auctiob 
to t.e iiitjhed bidder for cash, by tlie Sheriff of 
la.d Ramsey lounty, ou the Sixth day of Uta, 
A. I'. 1>:<5, at len o'clock in the foieuoon.at the 
front d. or ol the Court House in the diyofSt. 

I aui, in said Ramsey coui.ty, to satisfy the said 
debt, taxes, and costs and expenses of sucli sale. 
L-ated St. Paul, Mtrob 22d, 1865. 

MARY MctOY, AMlgsea. 

R. B. Galusha, Attcrney for Aasignee. 

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I take this methc d of informing my late oU6Ltt 
that with the exception of some cason f\ e^iaby 
disposed Of, all my papws are l*ft in otarge of ±1 
t. iloss (Bi B. F. 5roweU, «•;•., St^Pwl 

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STATE or JUMWKSOTA— TJBE DIS- 
TK1..X CuUHT KoK THK S^ CoND JUDI- 
OUL UISTKlCr, RAMSEY COUNTY—**. 
WUlUm M>cCouch agaln.st Edwin Clark, Jane* 
Clark, Mary {..onlsa Clark— Summons. 

) U. S. Revenue SUmp, < 
( SO cents, cancelled. ) 
The Statu of Minnesota 
/V) theuure vumeJ Dtftndnnts ■ 

You and each of you are hereby summoned and 
rejuired to answer the complaint In thi* action, 
which has reen tiled in the office of the Clerk of 
ihii Court In Saint Paul, in said Ramsey Count)-, 
and fo serve a copy ot your answer to the said 
complaint, on the subucriber, at bis office inS^t 
l';ui, In said coutty, within twenty day* after 
tbe service ol this summons upon you, exdualv* 
of the day of such service ; and If vou fafl to an- 
swer the compbdnt within the time aforesaid, 
the Plaintiff in this action will apply to tJja 
Court for tlie rellcl demanded In the complain*. 
I ated Sjalnt Paul, Mardi 17th, A. n. 188S. 
HLNRY J. HOEN.PlaintiraAttofMT, 

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SAINT PAUL PRES8. 



TO ADVBBTISMBS. 

49- Tfcispop^r Vwn Oai{», 7V»-ir««ii» and 
Wtektu circtUatiou ne n ly Tl«M« <*«< <>/»»?' 
otft^ tA aHmtesota, and thtr^fort prt$rnl$in- 
aucements to adv*rti»tTS tpiicft thti/ wiU not find 
tlMfwhere. 



Again we yield our columoB almost 
wholly to graUiy the intense interest ot 
our readers in matters relating to the re- 
cent great national tragedy, and have 
only room to commend the statesmanlike 
«peeche9 of President Johnson to the II- 
ItnoU delegatiDn to the best attention of 
the public It will meet with a response 1 
of univerdal approval. 

The Character of Mr. Liarolu. 

The London Spectator, which writes 
iBtttligently upon alt subjects, and which 
has evinced a pre-eminent intelligence, as 
well as liberality and sense of justice, in 
it8 discussion oi American ail'iirs, has, in 
the number (or March 2f>th, an elaborate 
appreciation of the public character of Mr. 
LiDcolo. It does not scruple to compare 
him to Washington in some respects, or 
to pronounce that, Mith a more difficult 
task, be has reached a not less honorable 
«uccess. Here is the substance o( whati| 
says : 

**\Ve all remember the animated eulo- 
«ium on (leneral Washington which hord 
Macaulay passed parenthetically in his 
«ssay on' Hampden. *It was when to the 
aullen tyranny of I^ud and Charles had 
succeeded the fierce contlici ot sects and 
tactiouii, ambitious for ascendency or 
timing for revenge, it wa« when tbe vices 
aud ignorance which the old tyranny had 
engendered threatened the new freedom 
with destruction, that England misdedthe 
sobriety, the self-command, the perfect 
soundness of judgement the perfect recti- 
tude ol intention to which the history of 
revolutions furnishes no parallel, or fur- 
nished a parallel in Washington alone.' 
If that high eulogium was fully earned.as 
it was, by the first great President of the 
United Sutes, we doubt if it has not been 
as well earne<l by the Illinois peasant- 
proprietor and 'village lawyer' wLom. by 
some divine inspiration or providence, 
the Republican caucus of 1860 substitute 
ed for Mr. Seward as their nominee 
lor the Presidency. No doubt he 
has in many ways had a lighter task than 
Washington, lor he had not at least to 
.produce s government out of chaos, but 
only to express and execute the purposes 
of a people far more highly organized 
ior political life than that with 
Washington had to deal. But ^ 
the advantages 
tion or training 



VOLUME V. 



S^INT IPAJUlu, 8^TURDA.Y, j^I>RIL 22, 1865. 



hich 
ithout 
of Washington's educa- 
Mr. Lincoln was called 
tfrom a humble"station at the opening of a 
mighty civil war to form a government 
out of a party in which the habits and 
traditions of official life did not exist. 
Finding himself the object of southern 
■k»Bs«> so fierce and so foul that in any 
man less passionless it would long ago 
have stirred up an ioaplaeable animosity : 
mocked at for his official awkwardness, 
And denounced for bis steadfast policy 
bv all the democratic se^ t«on of the loyal 
iftates ; tried by years of failure before 
that policy achieved a single great suc- 
cess , further tried by a series of successes 
so rapid and brilliant that they would 
have puffed up a smaller mind and over- 
set its balance ; embarrassed by the boast - 
fulness 01 his people and his subordinates, 
no less than by bis o #n inexperience in 
his relations with foreign states, beset by 
fanatics of principle on one side who 
would pay no attention to his obligations 
as a constitutional ruler, and by faoatics 
af caste on the other who were not only 
deaf to the claims of justice, but would 
■ hear of no policy Urge enough for a 
jevolotionary emergency, Mr. Lincoln 
<tas persevered through all without ever 
igiviog way to anger or despondency, or 
.»xulution, or popular arrogance, or sec- 
xarian fanaticism, or caste prejudice, visi- 
bly growing in force of character, in self- 
poss«s*ion. and in magnanimity, till in 
his last short message to Congress on the 
4th of March we can detect no longer the 
rude and illit«rate mould of a village 
lawyer's thought, but find it replaced by 
A grasp of principle, a dignity of manner, 
and a solemnity of purpose, which would 
have been unworthy neither of Hampden 
nor of Cromwell, while his gentleness and 
generosity of feeling toward his foes are 
almost greater than we should expect 
from either of them." 

His AJJTI-9U*VKRY GROWTH. 

As to the growth of his mind on the 
subject of sUvrry, from the time of his 
drbate with Douglas to the breaking out 
i,t cbe war, the writer says : 

*' He could not, Mr. Lincoln said, look 
on slavery as Mr. Douglas did. as a local 
mauer of no more importance than * the 
oyster laws of Virginia, or the cranberry 
laws of InJiaaa.' He thought the slave 
laws had more aggressiveness and natural 
proselytism about them than either oyster 
laws or cranberry laws; still that was 
only his own opinion as a political weath- 
er prophet. All he insisted on was the 
duty of resisting the advance and growth 
of a force whose power he feared as 
malign for tbe whole Union. In its then 
dimensions b« would protect and sanction 
U, and accord it every constitutional 
guaranty, but he did not believe it would 
be content to keep within its then dimen- 
«a)ns. He looked at It as an Arctic nav- 
igator would look on pack-ice, not as an 
Engiisb politician looks at the principles 



treated the slavery question— not from 
any doubt that slavery was at the root of 
tbe whole struggle, but from a profound 
doubt whether he was justified in antici- 
pating the divine moment for its extinc- 
tion. He was not placed there as God's 
instrument to put down slavery, but as 
His insuument lor administering the 
government of the United States 'on the 
basis of the constitution,' and the ques- 
tion might settle itself far better than he 
could settle it. Slowly he was forced, 
bit by bit, to see thit the one duty was 
involved in the other, and as he saw he 
accepted it ; but even then his only fear 
was lest he should interfere too much in 
the great forces which were working out 
their own end. He was chosen as men 
usually are, to do that which he was 
most fearful of doing— not because he 
did not see that it was a great work— but 
because be only very gradually opened 
bis eyes to its being a work in which he, 
with his defined duties, had any right to 
meddle, A d how ha speaks of it in 
just the same spirit as a great nsttural 
process, not entru^ed to hini or depend- 
ent upon him. of which no ono can fore- 
see the course and exact issue. Both 
North and South, he says, were ei|ually 
confident In the justice of their cause, 
and appealed to God to justify that confi- 
dence. He has not justified either of 
them wholly. 'The pravers of both 
could not be answered; that of neither 
has been answered fully. The Almighty 
has his own purposes." 

Ul-i K»WER Oi I RV-^l. 

Agdici. the writer moralizes his convic- 
tions in this wise -. 

■'Mr. Lincoln presents moie power- 
fully than any man that quality in the 
Aineriian mind which, though in weak 
men it becomes b'oastlnlness, is not really 
this in root, but a strange, an almost hu- 
miliated trust in the structural power of 
tLat political Nature which without any 
stdteman's co-operation is slowly building 
up a free nation or nations on that great 
continent, with an advance as steady as 
that of the rivers or the tides. It is the 
phase of political thought most opposite 
to, though it is sometimes compared with, 
the C:ssarism that Is growing up on the 
European side of the Atlantic. The Km- 
peror of the French thinks the Imperial 
organ of the nation almost greater than 
the nation — certainly an essential part of 
it. It is men like Mr. Lincoln who 
reillybelive devoutly, Indeed too pas- 
»ively. in tbe 'logic of events,' but then 
they think the logic of events the word of 
G jd. The Ca?sar thmks also ol the logi j 
of events, but he regards himself not as 
its servant but its prophet. He makes 
events when the logic would not appear 
complete without his aid, points the slow 
logic of the Almighty with epigram, fits 
the unrolling history with showy, rhetor- 
ical denouements, cuts the knot of rav- 
elled providences, and stills the birth 
throes of revolution with the chloroform 
of despotism. Mr. Lincoln is a much 
stupider and slower sort of politician, 
but we doubt if any pjlitician has ever 
shown less personal ambiticn and a 
larger power of trust." 

♦ « ♦ ■ ♦ 

President Johnson to tbe llli- 



mercy, and how easy it is to yield to this 
impulse, but we must not forget that 
what may be mercy to individuals is cru- 
elty to the State. In the exercise of 
mercy there should be no doubt left that 
this high prerogative is not used to 
relieve the few at the expense of the 
many. 

Be assured I shall never forget that I 
am not to consult my own feelings alone, 
but to give an account to the whole peo- 
ple in regard to my future course. I will 
now make no pledges I have been con- 
nected somewhat actively with public af- 
fairs, and to the history of my past pub- 
lic acts, which is familiar to you, I refer 
for those principles which have governed 
me heretofore, and will guide me hereaf- 
ter. 

In general I will say I have long labor- 
ed for tbe elevatiou of the great mass of 
mankind. My opinions as to the nature 
of popular government have long been 
cherished, and constituted as I am, it is 
now too late in life for me to chang 
tleni. I believe that government was 
made for man, not man for government. 
This struggle of the people against tbe 
most gigantic rebellion the world ever 
saw, has demonstrated that the attach- 
ment of th) people to their government is 
the strongest naural defense that human 
ingenuity can devise. So long as the rich 
man feels that the interests ot the govern- 
ment are his interests, so long as the 
public heart turns in the right direction, 
and the people understa- «1 and appreci- 
ate the theory of our government, and 
love liberty, our Constitution will he 
transmitted unimpaired. If the time ever 
comes when the people shall fail.the gov- 
ernment will fail and we cea.se to be one 
of the nations of the earth. It may be 
that It was necessary for us to pass the 
last ordeal of strife to prove that the gov- 
ernment will not perish from internal 
weakness, but will stand able to defend 
itself against all its toes, and punish 
trea!<on. 



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THE QREAT CALAMITY. 



Ifleellng or ITIinnesoiiaus-Trlb- 

lite or Respect to the 

X<ate President. 



of tt* opposite party. Two yeara later, 
when sc unexpectedly summoned to a>- 
sume the Presidency of the United 
States, he reasons with the secession- 
ists in the same tone, appealing to the 
great verdict ot political experiment, not 
asking t»"em to give up slavery, but, if 
they had real confidence in it, to show 
that confidence by leaving it to its natu- 
ral persuasiveness over tbe mind of the 
people, to tbe natural strength which it 
would derive from the providential care 
of Grod • Why should there not be a pa- 
tient confidence in the ultimate jistice of 
the people ' Is there any better or equal 
hope in the world ? In our present dif- 
ferences is either party without faith of 
being in the right? If the Almighty 
ruler of nations, with his eternal truth 
And jusuce, be on your side of the North, 
or on yours of the South, that truth and 
that justice will surely prevail by the 
judgment of this great tribunal, the Amer- 
ican people.' Tl»e plea was no unreal 
pretence of argument. Mr. Lincoln was 
speaking ^ -m a faith so deep in himself, 
that had he been in the minority (as be 
was two years before) be would have ac- 
cepted the test. • If this thing be 
not of God it will come to naught," he 
had said with profound sincerity in ex- 
plaining his own disapprobation of sla- 
very ; and be thought his opponents 
might have faith enough to do it too. And 
for himself, though he had now accepted 
the post of pilot to the state, he was al- 
most ludicrously willing to abide by his 
0wn slow, patient, naturalistic habit cf 
waiting for a solution. All he could 
mike up bis mind to do was to say, 
"The power confided to me will be used 
to bold, occupy and possess the property 
«nd places belonging to the government." 
He could do uo less without treachery, 
ior he was trustee for those places. He 
irisbed to see the storm burst before he 
was willing to decide upon his duty. It 
mifbt even yet drift by it he did not do 
too much. "To hold, occupy and po»- 
ceaa." that was his only clear duty. 

" Tbe war once declared by bis oppo- 
otBti. our readera wall know bow ht 



nois Delesaliou. 

WASiuNfiiON, April 18.— Governor 
Oglesby, of Illinois, in introducing the 
IlCnois delegation, spoke in high praise 
of Mr. Lincoln, and expressed in behalf 
of the delegation the fullest confidence in 
Mr. Johnson's abilities to conduct the 
affairs of the nation, and pledged him 
the earnest support of his State and the 
country. 

President Johnson replied : "I have lis- 
tened with profound emotion to the words 
YOU hive addressed me. I had not an- 
ticipated in the midst of the saddening 
circumstances which surrounded, and the 
immense respon.-fibilltles that crowd upon 
me. the expression of the confidence of 
individuals, and still more of an intluen- 
t'lal body like that before me representing 
a great Commonwealth. It strengthens 
my heavily burdened mind in an hour 
like this of deepest sorrow. Were it pos 
■ible to embody in words the feeling of 
my bosom, I could not command my Tips 
to utter them. Perhaps the best re- 
ply I could make, the one most appro- 
priate to your kind assurances of confi 
dence, would be to receive them in silence. 
The throbbings of my heart since the sad 
catastrophe which has appalled us, can 
not be reduced to words, and oppressed 
as I am with the new and great responsi- 
bilities which have devolved upon me, and 
saddened with grief, I can with difficulty 
respond to you at all, but I cannot permit 
such expressions of confidence reposed in 
me by the people to pass without ac- 
knowledgment. To an individual like 
myself, who has never claimed much, 
but who has, it is true, received from a 
generouj people many marks of trust and 
honor lor a long time, an occasion like 
this and a maoifestlon of public ft^^-l- 
iugso well timed, are peculiarly accepta- 
ble. Springing from the oeople myself, 
every pulsation of the popular heart finds 
an immediate answer m my own-. By 
mauv men in public life such occassions 
are often considered merely formal. To 
me they are real. Your words of coun- 
tenance and encouragement sink deep in 
my heart, and were I even a coward, I 
could but gather from them strength to 
carry out my convictions of right. 

Thus feeling, I shall enter upon the 
discharge of my great duty, firmly and 
steadfastly, If not with the signal ability 
exhibited by my predecessor, which is 
still fresh in our sorrowing minds. And 
I repeat tliat no heart feels more sensibly 
th ftn mine, this great afllction. In what 
I tay on ttxis occasion , I shall indulge in 
no petty spirit of anger, no feel ng of re- 
venge. But we have beheld a notable 
event in the history of mankind : In the 
midst of the American people, where 
every citizen is taught to obey taw and 
observe the rules of Christian conduct, 
our Chief Magistrate, beloved of nil 
hearts, has been assassinated ; and when 
we trace the crime to its cause — when we 
remember the source whence the assassin 
drew his inspiration, and then look at tbe 
result, we stand yet more astonished at 
this most barbarous, most dibaolical as- 
sassination, Such a crime as the mur- 
der of a great and good man. hoaored 
and revered, beloved, and tbe hope of 
tbe people, springs not from a solitary 
individual of ever so desperate wicked- 
ness. We can trace its cause through 
successive steps, without enumerating 
them here, back to ihat source which is 
the spring of all our woes. No one can 
say tnat, if the perpetrator of this fiend- 
ish deed should be arrested, he should 
not undergo the extreme penalty which 
the law provides for crime. 

While we strain our minds to compre- 
hend the enormity of the assassination, 
shall we allow the nation to be assassin- 
ated ? I speak in no spirit of unkind- 
ness. I leave the events of the future 
to be disposed of as they arise, regard- 
ing myseli as the humble instrument of 
the American people. In this, as in all 
things, justice and judgment shall be de- 
termined by them. I do not harbor bit- 
ter or revengeful feelings toward any. In 
general terms, I would say that public 
morals and puolic opinion sboind be es- 
tablished upon sure and inflexible princi- 
ples of justice. When tbe question of 
exercising mercy comes before me, it will 
be considered calmly, judicionaly — re- 
mamberine that I am tbe Executive of the 
nation. I know men love to have their 
I nanitT apeken in connection with acta of 



Special DUpa'cli to Chicago Tribune. 

W.\sHiNGTO.\'. April 18. — Pursuant to 
a call by lions. Alex. Ramsey and D. S. 
Norton, the Minnesotians in Washington 
met at the room of the former gentleman 
at the National Hotel to-day. to adopt 
measures appropriate to the occasion of 
the great national calamity. Hon. M. S. 
Wilkinson was chosen chairman and J. 

F. Stock secretary. J. A. Ashley, Dr. 

G. A. Siurges, Thomas McManus, A. 
Strider and J. J. Knox were appointed a 
committee to draft resolutions expressive 
of the sense of tbe meeting, and reported 
the following, which were unanimously 
adopted : 

Wberkas, In the dispensation of an 
all-wise Providence the venerated Chief 
Magistrate of the nation has been taken 
from among us, it is proper that we, as 
citizens of Minnesota, should give ex- 
pression to thegrief with which our hearts 
are overwhelmed and barred down by the 
terrible calamity which has thus overtak- 
en the people ; therefore, 

Resolved, That in the death of Abra- 
ham Lincoln those who have been op- 
pressed have lost an able counselor ; the 
daring, one whose heart ever overflowed 
with kindness to-them; the guilty, a 
most powerful defender, and all people a 
tried and faithful friend. 

Resolved, That we extend the surviving 
family of the President, in the utter deso- 
lation and woe by which they are strick- 
en, our deep and heartfelt sympathy and 
condolence. 

Resolved, That we have the strongest 
confidence in the wisdom, integrity and 
patriotism of his successor, Andrew John- 
son, who has been by this national be- 
reavement so suddenly called to the po- 
sition of Chief Magistrate, and that in the 
discharge of the diflicult duties which he 
is called upon to perform, we pledge him 
our earnest and constant support. 

Resolved, That to testify our respect 
for the memory of the late President, we 
will wear the usu> 1 badge of mourning 
for thirty days, and that an engrossed 
copy of these resolutions be sent to his 
bereaved family. 

Col. G. H. Woods was appointed Chief 
Marshal, and Messrs. Benj. Thompson, 
W. A. Ernst, Capt. G. O. Evans, and 
Dr. G. A. Sturgess, assistants ; and the 
Chief Marshal was authorized to appoint 
such additional assistants as may be nec- 
essary. Tbe Chief Marshal and his as- 
sistants were instricted to make all nec- 
essary arrangements for Minnesota in 
reference to the funeral ceremonies of the 
late President. 

The meeting adjourned to meet to- 
morrow morning at 9 o'clocc at Senator 
Ramsey's rooms. 

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FROM RICHMOND. 

Tlie Vrklr •■ (b* AsaaaaliiaU«a — 
<-r«cMllI« Tears !■ l>a>S«>r*l»arff— TiM 
Arrival mt !.••. 

W.^SMiNQTO.N, .\prll 18. — The Richmond 
tVhig of Yesterday has an editorial on the as- 
sassination of President Lincoln, and says : 
"Tlie heaviest blow which has ever fallen up- 
on the people oi the .South has descended. 
Abraham Lincoln, President of the United 
.States, has been aiisasslnated. Tbe decease 
of the Chief Magistrate of tbe nation at any 
period, is an event which profoundly affects 
tbe public mind, but the time, manner and 
circumstances of President Lincoln's death, 
render it the most momentous, most appall- 
ing, and most deplorable calamity which has 
befallen the people of ths United States. 

The tbou^htless and vicious may atfect to 
derive satisfaction from the sudden and tragic 
close of the President's career, but every re- 
flectng person will deplore the awful event. 
Just as everything was happily conspiring to 
a restordtion of tranquility under the benig- 
nant and magnanimous policy of Mr. Lin- 
coln, comes this terrible blow. Ood grant 
that it may not rekindle excitement or in- 
flame paosion again. That a state of war, al- 
most fratricidal, should give rise to bitter feel- 
injfs and bloody deeds in the field, was to be 
expected ; but that the assassin's knife and 
bullet should follow the great and bes': loved 
of the nation in their daily walks, and reach 
them when surrounded by their friends, is an 
atrocitv which will shvM^k every honorable 
man and woman in tbe land. 

" The abhorrence with which it is regarded 
on all sides will, it is hoped, deter insane and 
malignant men from emulating the infamy 
which attaches to this infernal deed. We 
cannot pursue the subject further. We con- 
template too deeply and paintuUy tbe terrible 
aspects of this calamity to comment on it 
further. The people of Petersburg had th is • 
atflicting news yesterday before it was made 
public here. Judge W. T. Jones, Roger A. 
Pryor, John Lyon, and other prominent citi- 
zens, united in ■ call for a public meeting, to 
express, if words could do so, their grief for 
so sad an event, their abhorrence of the deed, 
and sympathy for the bereaved. We know 
that the citizens of Richmond will take sim- 
ilar action. 
The same paper say.s : 
"Oen. Lee arrived in this city aboat 6 
o'clock Saturday afternoon, attended by five 
members of his sUtf. He rode into the city 
over the pontoon bridge at the foot of Seven- 
teenth street, and thence up Main street to 
his residence on Franklin street, between Ssv- 
enth and Eighth. Passing rapidly through 
the city, he was recognized by a few citizens 
who raised their hat^, a compliment which 
in every «ase he returned, but on nearing his 
residence, the fact of his presence having 
^•pread quickly, a great crowd rushed to see 
him, and set up a loud cheering, to which 
he replied by simply raising his bat. As be 
descended from his horse a large numl>er of 
persons pressed forward and shook hands 
with him. This ceremony being gotten 
through with by the General as quickly as 
possible, he entered into his bouse and tbe 
crowd disperaad. 



Washi.noto.n, April 19. 
The solemn funeral rites and obse- 
quies of the late President Lincoln, were 
paid to-dav In thH CapiUl of the country. 
Ne greater fealty to the memory of the 
Ulustrious dead was ever demonstrated in 
the annals of civilization. 

The dawn that was ushered in by the 
heavy boom of minute guns from the 
fortifications aroiin<lthe city, never broke 
purer, or brighter, or clearer than on 
this day. The morning that succeeded, 
all the day that followed, to the setting 
of the sun. was the loveliest of the sea- 
son : tbe heavens were undimmed by even 
a passing cloud. 

Between l«» and 11 * .m. the mditary 
escort arrived and formed in line on 
Pennsylvania Avenue, the left resting on 
Fifteenth street. The escort consisted 
of two regimcnta of infantry, two bat- 
talions of cavalry, eight pieces of artil- 
lery and one battalion of marines. I he 
marines were headed by a full marine 
band; aud the other military companies 
were also accompanied by bands. By 
12 o'clock Penn^ylvan^a Avenue was lined 
from street to housse tops, all the way to 
the White House, with thousands ol 
people of all ages. 

At that hour the ceieuionies commenc- 
ed in the east room where the ceiling 
was draped with crape, and the resplen- 
dent mirrors are hung on the borders with 
emblems of mourning, while the drapery 
gave tbe room a dim light that added to 
the solemnity of the scene. All that re- 
mained of Abraham Lincoln, sixteenth 
President ol these United States, lay in 
a grand and gloomy catafalque, which 
was relieved however by choice flowers. 
Cards of admission to the executive 
mansion were issued to the number of 600, 
of which 40 were to the clergymen and 20 
to members of the press : the rest inclu- 
ded Governors of nearly all the loyal 
States, friends of the family, and those 
mentioned already Perhaps tbe most 
touching grief, and which moved all pres- 
ent, was that of little Thaddeus Lincoln, 
the favoiite son. He and his eldest 
brother were the only mourners of the 
family present during the funeral solem- 
nities. 

President Johnson stood beside the re- 
mains of his lamented predecessor during 
the funeral oration. Gen, (irant sat at 
the head of the corps ». while members of 
the Cabinet and ex-Vice President Ham- 
lin were grouped about these eminent 
personages. Kev. Dr. Hall, rector of 
the church of Epiphany, rose and read 
portions of the Episcopal service for tbe 
burial of the deid. Bishop Simpson, ol 
the Methodist church, then offered pray- 
er, in which be fervently alluded to 
emancipation and other noted acts of the 
President. Rev. Dr. tiurley then read a 
funeral oration. 

At 2 p. M the funeral procession start- 
ed. All the bells in the city were tolling 
while minute guns were fired. . Pennsyl- 
vania avenue from the Treasury to the 
Capitol was entirely clear from curb to 
curb. The procession moved, beaded by 
a colored regiment with arms trailed 
pretty much as the order of the published 
programme. From the house-tops, 
where thousands were congregated, the 
sight was the most sublime and magnifi- 
cent one ever seen in this city or country. 
The fires across the Potomac sent up 
their curling smoke with the echo of min- 
ute-guns that were in the city limits. 
Preceding the hearse was a military es- 
cort over one mile long. At short inter- 
vals bands discoursed dirges, and drums 
beat mutHed soumls. 

After the hearse came the family, con • 
sisting only of Robert Lincoln, his little 
brother and their relatives. Mrs. Lincoln 
did not go out. The procession was two 
hours and ten minutes passing a given 
point, and was about three miles long ; 
tbe centre of it had reached the Capitol, 
and was returning before the rear had 
left V\ illard's. 

To morrow the remains will lie in state 
and the next day they will go, under es- 
cort, to Illinois, via Baltimore, Harris 
burgh, Pittsburgh and Chicago to Spring- 
field, and thus will end tbe funeral of 
Abraham Lincoln. 

W.\8HixoTOM, April 20. 
Immense crowds are gathering at the 
Capitol to-day to see tbe remains of Pres- 
ident Lincoln which lie in the Rotunda. 
Tbe following o:der has been issued from 
headquarters ol arm) of Potomac, dated 
April 17. 

" In obediencf to a general order No. 
69, current series, from the war depart- 
ment, the flags at all camps and stations 
in the army will be kept at half-mast 
during Wednesday next, the day appoint- 
ed for tbe funeral of the late President of 
the United States, and all labor will be 
suspended for the day throughout the 
limits of this command. The command- 
ing ofticers of the vat ions corps are 
charged with the execution of this order 
at the camps and detached stations under 
their respective orders. Twenty-one 
minute guns will be fired under direction 
of the chief of artillery, at 12 o'clock on 
th.' day appointed." By command of 
' * ^ MAJ.-OKN. MEADE. 

B.^LriMO£F., April 21. 
The remains of President Lincoln ar- 
rived at 1*> o'clock. The escort was 
large. Stores all closed. The 



think it will be acceded to. The city ia 
■ow at our mercy. 

Tbe navy has already boiated the stars 
and stripes over the walls of Forts Pinto 
and Spanish River battery. We also 
have entire possession of Choctaw 
Point battery, and three forts below it, 
within Ganow*s Bend. I shall place a 
sufficient number of gunboats directly in 
front of tbe city to give efficient pro- 
tection to loyal inhabitants, of whom I 
learn there m a great number. 

Gen. Canby with the forces under his 
immediate command is at present in 
Blakely, though I have constant tele- 
graphic communication with him. I send 
this dispatch by Lieut. Commodore J. 11. 
Gilles, whose vessel, the Milwaukee, was, 
as the Department has been already in- 
formed, destroyed by a torpedo. I sub- 
sequently gave him cbarse of the naval 
battery on shore, with which he rendered 
very effective service in shelling Fort 
Alexandria and Spanish Fort. 1 com- 
mend him to tbe Department for zeal and 
gallantry, 

I am also under much indebtedness to 
Commodore Higby, who has been untir- 
ing in freeing Blakely River of torpedoes, 
having succeeded in removing over 150, 
a service demanding coolness, judgment, 
and perseverance. 

I have tbe honor to he 

Verv respectfully 

Your oh't Serv't 

(Signed) U. R. THACHER, 

Rear Admiral, 
Commandiog Western Oulf Squadron. 

New York, April 21. 

The7»iMe«' Spanisa Fort correspon- 
dent says there were captured in the de- 
fenses of Mobile 316 guns, of which 
Spanish Fort hfd 4G. Rebel gunboats 
escaped up the river but they will be cap- 
tured or destroyed. Five of them were 
iron-clads. 

Uur loss is al>out 1,800. Tbe rebel 
loss in killed and wounded is not less 
than 2,000. 

The following official bulletin was re- 
ceived by mail : 

OFFICIAL BULLETIN. 



rHE ASSASilN. 



«lvMs 



Arr*«S wf JBooSh— Xli* !•• 

I Pr*v«t* S* be Aw*tk«r SI »■, 
Reading, Pa.., April 20. 
To S. Bradford, Esq : 

On my return from Pottsville. the rep" 
resentations to > e last evening were such 
that I sent a sp ;ial engine to Pottsville 
a'^er the nr c-.\ uing passenger train, but 
til'; i» . . iiud left the train at Auburn be- 
fore kue telegram could reach it. He 
then walked back to Port Clinton after 
dark, and stole bis passage to Tumaqua 
on one of our coal trains last night. He 
is now caught at Tamaqua, where we 
telegraphed to look out lor him, and will 
be held until identified. There ha-s been 
some ground that he is Booth. 

(Signed,) G. A . NICHOLS. 

Supt. P.& R. K. R. & B. V. R.R, 
T.iMAQCA, via Phila., April 21. 
Booth has not been arrested, but has 
been traced as far as Tamaqua. Thn 
men arrested on suspicion have been dis- 
charged. 

Wahhinoton, April 19, l8tW. 
Although the officers are full of confi- 
dence that they have most of the facts of 
the conspiracy, and that the result will be 
tbe arrest of all concerned, yet Booth, so 
far as can be learned, is not yet captured. 




NXJMBER 



FROM QENCRAL STONEMAN'S COM- 
MAND. 

An Immense Capture ot Sup< 
piles and Stores. 



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Wak Dbpastment, l 
Washinoto.v, April 18. > 

To MiOor Oen. Dix. 

Tbe following dispatches from Major 
General Canby, report tbe capture of 
Spanish Fort and Fort Blakely, which 
form a part of the rebel defenses of the 
city of Mobile : 

HFADaCARTBRS DbFAKTMBMT OF THK ^ 

Mississippi, in tux Field, > 
April 9, 1865—9 a. m. > 
To MaJ. G«a. H. W. HaUeck, ChUf of ?t«ir : 

Spanish Fort and its dependencies 
were captured last night. We have 
twenty-fivj officers and 538 enlisted men 
prisoners, and have taken five mortars 
and twenty-five guns. The major part 
of the garrison escaped by water. 

Blakely is already invested, and will 
be assaulted to-day, unless the works are 
stronger than I believe them to be. 

(Signed) E. R. S. Canbt, 
* Major General. 

Hkadquartxrs Dbpaktmxntofthk^ 
Mississippi, in the Field, S 
April 9th, 1865. 5 
To Lisut. Gen. Gnat aad MsJ. 6en. Halkck : 

I have tbe honor to report the capture 
this day of the rebel fortifications at 
Blakely, with 2.400 prisoners and twenty 
guns 



Mcatailllaw'a MexlcMB Eaiplro 
lasttalair. 

New York, April 21. 
The Herald's special correspondent 
says, Maximilian's Minister in I.<oudon has 
resigned declaring be is satisfied the 
Mexican Empire is collapsing ; that 
Max. will soon abdicat*^ and return to 
Austria, completely disappointed la his 
two most important expectations — that 
of recognition by tbe United States, and 
the support of the people and Mexican 
clergy. In confirmation of this report it 
is stated Maximilian has retracted the re- 
nunciation of bl-i family rights to the 
throne of Austria, made before leaving 
Europe. 

MONETABT . 



l.ENOiR, N. C, A Jril 16.— The expedition 
under Major Genert.l Stoneman, which left 
Knoxville, Tenn., on the 10th of March, struck 
the East Tennessee and Virginia Road, on 
the 14th Inst., at ^V7the^^lle, Christianshurg 
and Salem. Between these points thirty- three 
tjridges were burned, and twenty-fi»e miles of 
track totally destroyed, and beside many 
prisoners were talker , and considerable quan- 
tities of corn and ot ler stores destroyed. On 
the 6th Gen. Stoneman moved via Jackson- 
ville, Danbury, Mac tsrille, arrived at Grant's 
Creek, three miles irom Salisbury, the rel>el 
line for the defense jf the town, at 6 a. m. on 
the 12th inst. This line, defended by artille- 
ry and infan'ry, w is soon forced, and our 
forces entered Salistury at 10 a. m., capturing 
8 stands of colors, 1 ) pieces of artillery, 1,165 
prisoners, 1.000 stand of arras and accoutre- 
ments. 1.000,000 rounds of small ammunition, I 
10 000 rounds ot li.xed ammunition, 60,000 
pounds of powder, Ti.OOO complete suits of 
clothing, 650,000 army blankets, and 20,000 
pounds of bacon, 1(0,000 pounds of salt, 20,- 
000 pounds of sugsr, 27,000 pounds of rice, 
10.000 pounds! oi' siiltpetre 50,000 bushels of 
wheat, !S!100.(>00 w )rth of medical supplies, 
7.000 bales ol cotau. Thirteen pieces of ar- 
tillery were broughi away, and all other stores 
not needed fi>r our liumeeiiate command were 
destroytil. The ^nater part of these supplies 
h id just been received from Raleigh. One 
large arsenal, machinery complete, six de- 
pots, two engines and trains, several iiridges 
oetween Oreens)x>io and Danville, also on 
either side of Salisbury, with several miles 
of railroad track, 'vere destroyed. We lost 
verv few in killed and wounded. Among the 
latter is Captain M(irrow, A. A. O. of General ■ 
Stoneman's stafl. 



The Summ<>r 
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Monday the S4th of April. 
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last WeduHsday , wa tostpooed our sale of Farm- 
me Uit^usiU, ^aU Boat, Books, Furniture, Car - 
pcifi.&c. • c..*e.,to kATUKDAY, April 22, at 
10 o'clock, when the sals will coite of^ without 

""■ FAlBCHIODtCO. 

(MM tare alwve the bridge, on Third at. 
April. . %vt2\n 

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160 Acres, 

H'lOaorf^ improved, situated near Pine Bend, 
Dakota County ; aUa the Stock, Teams, Wagon*. 
Tools, tie., appertaining thereto. 

T. D. AIL&WORTH, 

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Nkw York, April 21—1 p. i*. 
Fioor dull and &c lower— i7.00a7.ro for extra 
state and $8 1583.^ for K. U. O. 
Wheat dull and drooping. 
Corn firm. 



FROM WASHINQTON. 



(Signed) 
(Signed) 



E. R. S. Canby, 
Major General. 

E. M. Stamon, 
SecreUry of War. 



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Bruiis«l8,thre«-ply and Ingrain Carpets, So^as 
Bair seat Chairs and Rockers , Marble-top Tablefi, 
Mirrors, Two Cbamter Set') complete, (one wal- 
nut, the other paint td) Etagere Bed-teadsand 
Bedding, Table War'. Dining Room and Kltshen 
Furniture, a Child Catriage, Cook and Ptrior 
Stives, Matting, and various other Houeeho'd 
Goods, will be sold at Auction, at 10 o'clock a. m., 

Max* Wodiivsdaj, April iBS, 
at the residence of M rs. WU . COLTER, on north 
•Ide of Pearl Street, » little ea!<tX)f J«ck*on it. 
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■t— A CardtaU 
saadarad HIm. 

Washinoton, April 20. 

A large number of navy officers called 
in a body to day to pay their respects to 
President Johnson. 

Tbe Maine delegation, now in this city, 
beaded by the Hon. Hannibal Hamlin, 
Ut« Vice-President, called for the pur- 
pose of tendering to him the same sufH 
port which they freely gave to his illustri- 
ous predecessor. 

A delegation of citizens of fiiassachu 
setts, beaded by Gov. Andrew of that 
State, and Major Lincoln of Boston, by 
appointment, also called upon President 
•lobnson this morning. Delegations from 
various other States will pay their res- 
pects during the day. 

This morning at 11 o'clock a delegation 
of one hundred citizens of New York, 
headed by Governor Parker, called upon 
President Johnson at the "Treassry De- 
partment. President Johnson, in re- 
sponse to an address by Gov. Parker, 
said: '* Gentlemen. I can scarcely find 
language to express my feelings and 
thanks upon this occasion. Your words 
of comfort and kindness are especially 
auspicious at this time. Having been call- 
ed to this post by Providence, I am over- 
whelmed with a sense of tbe obligations 
and duties devolving upon me, and I leel 
deeply the kind expressions of support 
and^confidence which you hav« given. It 
was but the other day that our late Chief 
Magistrate was inaugurated, after having 
served one term with acceptance to near- 
ly all tbe people of this country, and now 
he has been struck down like a star from 
its sphere, leaving questions of great po- 
litical importance to be eettled. I am 
especially thankful for your encourage- 
ment at this time, and you will please ac- 
cept my thanks for your tendered aid and 
support. 

OFFICIAL BULLETINS. 



.^. 



very — „ 

whole "population is in the streets. The re 
mains will lie in state until '^ o'clock in a 
beautiful catafalque. 



FBOffI MOBILE. 



Official AaaauBccBiaBSof KsCaittara. 



lat- 



WestGilf Sqiaijron, J 

U .S. Flag-Ship, Stockade, S 

Off Mobile, April 12, 1865. > 

Sir:— I have (he honor to inform tbe 
Department that on Monday the 10th 
inst., subsequent to the capt ire of Fort 
Alexandria and Spanish Fort, detailed in 
my de8patch,dated April 9, the Octarora, 
Lieut Commanding W. W. Low and the 
iron clads were enabled in consequence 
of the thorough dragging of the blakely 
River, through tbe indelatigable and in- 
telligent exertions of Com. Pierce, ready 
to move up the river nearly abreast of 
Spanish fort from which point, Lt. Cona. 
Low, with his rilled guns shelled with 
great precision forts Huger and Tracy, 
with such eflTecl that t!ie forts were evac- 
uated on the evening of tbe 1 1th, and our 
forces too* possession, capturing a few 
prisoners in the adjoining marsh. The 
torts I shall hold until Gen. Canby can 
garrison them with his troops. 

This morninp I moved with tbe gun- 
boat convoying 8,000 men of (Jeneral 
Granger's force to tbe west of Mobile 
Bay for the purpose of attacking Mobile. 
On our arrival it was soon ascertained 
that the enemy bad evacuated all their 
defenses and retreated with their gun- 
beats up the Alabama River. The 
gunboats will, in a few days, unquestion- 
ably be captured, unless destroyed by 
the rebels themselves. 

Gen. Granger and myself have just sent 
into Mobile to tbe mayor an informal de- 
mand for its uaconditional surrender, and 



•«c(«SAiyil*ward aad rr«i*rltk 
|tiavi>ir. 

WvR UBPARTMtNr, I 

Washington, April 20. S 
To MiJ. USD Uis .\ Y. : 

The following is the ofhcial report of 
Surgeon General Barnes 00 ibe condition 
of Secretary Seward and bis sou. Fred. 
Seward this morning : 

Thf deep interest of the American 
people in tbe welfare of the great states- 
man and patriot whose life was assailed 
by the murderers of President Lincoln, 
induces me to send you the official morn- 
ing and evening reports of the Surgeon 
General. 

(5?lgned,) E. M. STANTON, 

SecreUry of War. 

Washisoton, April 20—9 a. m. 
Hon. E. M. Stanton. SecieUry of War : 

Sir : — I have tbe honor to report that 
the Secretary of Sute passed a restless 
night, but is more comfortable this morn- 
ing. Mr. Fred. Seward continues to 
improve slowly. 

Very respectfhUy, 

Your obedient servant, 

V R.BARNES, 
Surg. Oen. 
Wasuinoton, April 20. 
Sewsrd is able to ait op to-day, and is 
improving very faat. 

Fred. Seward passed a comfortable 
night, and is also improved. 

Wasminotow, April 19— Midnigh*. 
Secretary Seward and Frederick con- 
tinue to improve. 



Washinoton, April 18. 
Every train which arrived here to-day from 
the North was densely packed with people 
to witness tbe imposing funeral obsequies to- 
morrow. Among the arrivals to-day were 
full delegations of Congressmen, Ex-Con- 
gressmen, Governors and Ex-Governors, 
with their retinues. Mrs. Postmaster Gen- 
eral Dennison was also among the arrivals. 

ANOTHER ARREST. 

A Portugese blockade runner named Ce- 
lestine, who was captured last summer along 
with his vassel, near the mouth of Chesa- 
paakf Bay, and afterwards released through 
the efforts of influential parties, whose frlend- 
shipwas probably purchased with Spanish 
doubloons, was brought in here to-day, from 
Philadelphia, in irons. lie is suspected of 
being the assassin of Secretary Seward. For 
several months last summer he boarded at 
Willard's, living in a princely style, and pay- 
ing his weekly bills promptly in gold, which 
at the time, commanded a premium of 92.,50. 

This vessel and cargo, shortly after his re - 
lease from the Old Capitol, were contiscatcd 
by the Admiralty Court of this District, 
since which time he has been heard to swear 
revenge on the author of his misfortunes. 
Several days prior to the murder be came to 
Washintrton and stopped at his old hotel, but 
left Friday night without paying his bill. 

THK ROTUNDA IX MOURNING. 

The Rotunda is magnificently draped, and 
the tXineral ceremonies to-morrow will bie the 
most imposing and majestic ever witnessed 
on this continent. A splendid catafalque has 
been erected in the centre of the Rotunda. 
The national pictures have all beeen shroud- 
ed in mourning. The general effect is tine 
beyond description. 

MR.S. Lincoln's ill 

Mrs. Lincoln is understood to have sniPe 
desire that tbe remains should be interred in 
Washington, but, thus far, no change has 
been made in the programme. She has t>een 
very much agitated through the day, and, 
this afternoon, it has been necessary to deny 
all visitors. 

S. B. WASHBURNK's account ok LKl.'a 
8URRRNDRK. 

Washinoton. April 18.— Mr. Washburne, 
ofUlinoi-. ivtumed to the city from Appo- 
mattox Court House yesterday. He was pres- 
ent at the final surrender of Lee's entire army. 
He was tbe only civilian present. He des- 
cribes the scene as one of the most impressive 
ever witnessed. When he left 3o,000 paroles 
had been issued and 134 pieces of artillery 
had been returned as captured. He saw and 
conversed with Lee and all the prominent 
rebel Generals. Three of them— fiordon, 
Wilcox, and Alexander — came with his escort 
to Petersburg. Thoy all acknowledge them- 
selves subdued and were anxiously working 
around to find out what was to lie their desti- 
nation. 

He represents the rel<el array as being per- 
fectly worn out and in tlie most miserable 
condition po88il)le. There was great scarcity 
of rations and forage, and the horses of the 
rel>els were dying by hundreds of sinrvation. 
Maj. Gen. Giblwn was In command at Appo- 
mattox, and the morning ,1 Washburne left, 
Gen. Lee had sent in a request for .in i-eort 
for him and his staff to Richmond, to ))rotect 
him from the stragelers of both armiii. Three 
of tbe most promident citizens of Lynchburg 
visited General Gibbon, to implore him to in- 
suntiv sends force theie to protect the city 
from rebel soldiers, and (rom the mob which 
threatening its destruction. The rebels, both 
otficers and men, were in a state of most de- 
plorable destitution, without rations, without 
money, and no clothing except what they had 
on tbeir )>acks. 

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Inquire of VAWIRa&ROSE. 

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We now can fumirtb pure Malt Vinegar as 

low as comiBon and adulterated vinegar landad 

from below. 

DUEWBY a UR£IG. 

Orders can be left with L. B. It C. Grelg Third 

street, St. Paul. aprUt-aa 

piTY BXPSBSa. 

Office at Siak's Grocer}- Store, Jackson St. 
Passengerii, Baggage and Light Freight carried 
to and from Hotels, Depot, Steamboat Landing, 
and anywhere in the city. 

A. H. WIMBI8H, 

apl5 PraprUtor. 

Bng-fCies for female. 

Several Kew and Secondhand Buggies for sale 
at bargains, 
49- CaU at my Cariiege Shop. 

R. L. WHARTON, 
ap6-dlm Jack«on-«t., bet. eth and rtb. 

WANTED I 



Five hundred men wanted by the undersigned, 
living at Stillwater, to work in Saw MUls.on the 
St. Croix Boom and itafting logs, tor wldoh the 
blgbeat wttifi'o wiUbe pild. . „„ . ^ 

SCHULEN BOUUG, BOEt;RtLEB Sc CO. 
mar.30-lm. aEltSEY. HTAPiJil:5 AHALL. 



aORCiHlTH •BKI». 

We have the Sute Agency lor SKINNER'S 
ADJUSTABLE SCGAK CANE MILL, and 
luive on hand a lot ot choice Sorghum Seed, te- 
leeted in tbe field by Mr. bklncer. 
m25tf BIU£LOW,M0RDOCKaCO. 



No 111 Third Street. 



TUB BITBaCRMBBRS, Living at Jor 
dan, Scott County, Minne!>ota, hate 

140 SBCEfCP 

AKD 

SIX GOOD AVORK M>^RfC8, | 

from one to clx yeirs old, large and likely. All 
lU JELL CHEAP foroash. 



JA.S. J. Hii-r-, 

Forwarding &; CommissioD 

AGENT FOR THE 
NORTH WESTERN PACKET COMPANY, 

ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILWAY, 
MIL. AND PRAIEIE DU CHIEN RAILWAY. 

FREIGHT CONTBACTED 
TO ALL POINTS EAST AND SOUTH AT 
THE LOWEST RATEi. 
tO" Overcharges and Damages promptly ad- 
I iust«d. 

OlRce and Warehouse on the L«wer Levee, St. 
Paul. "PStf 



of which they wi 
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ITTIMMBMOTA Hl'ttBAIC 

3VIBir>IC-4.L COLtiBIOK. 

The tirst term of the above College will com- 
mence at Western Hyxeian Home, (formerly 
AVlualow House,) M. Anthony, ou tbe Firat of 
June, 1HC.'>. 

R. T. TRALL.M. D. 
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Ladiks:— 

1 have Just retuined from New York, having 
purchased one of tite largest stocks of 

M:illiii.er:!<' I>r>' Ooods 



Iiadies' Furnishing Qoods, 

we have ever offen d you. 1 bey were purchased 
at thf lowest 

Panio Prices. 

and will be ^flered at a VERY hM ALL AD- 

VAIJCK ON cosr. 

have been openel daring the paist lour days. 
Please give u^ aii early call. 

Uerpeil fully yoors. 

Bind, a, jr. nvctAiii, 

CathoUc Block, Third «t. 
nfflTi ' at. Paul, 



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York and IVlichigan 

LOWER LEVEE, ST. PAUL. 



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X.. U. DORI 

SURGICAL AND MECHANICAL 

DENTIST, would respeotlully inform the flltl- 
xens of St. Paul, that he has opened an ofSoe in 
Rogers' Block, over the Express Office. Now 
and Improved artificial Teeth inserted on Vnloan- 
Ite Plate, « liich for beauty, comfort, durability 
and cheapness far excel anything now in use. 
Teeth aliij inserted on Gold and Silver and war- 
ranted to give eatlBfaction, 
. Extrautiiig, SlUng aud ail operations on the 
Teeth done ir a superior manner, with little 
pain and on muderatc terms. 

The Profession supplied with Teeth ttom ths 
l>c»t loaDufacturerd. apl ly 

HUMAN HAIR I 



mSB FIW OF IT, 

Whll<* others lira blowing over their Carpetv, 
FAIBCHILD & 00., are quietly doing the sell- 
ingst their Auctic n Rooms. They have biugbt a 
good assortment I luce tlie decline, and having uo 
old stock to make them keep up prices, they let 
them isllde, at pii^ ate sale, at the lowest kiod ol 
1 hat** sc ; comf aad see. 




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AUCTION 



INTKNIUCD MURDER OF r.V.S. 

WASHINOTON, April 18.— It has 



certained l>oyond doui>t that 
was included 1 



WHOLEflALE 

Dry Goo4l« and OlotHiufC. 

U'ttlrohild tfc Co., V\.uotione»rM, 

Bogera' Block, Third street, St, Paul, 

S'll atlOe'elock &..M,of MONDAY and TUF.S- 
UA ^ iu'-.\i. a larg e.coaelgnment of 

Brown and Bleached Sheetings and 
Shirtings. 

PRINTH.SATINElS.CASSIIf EBB'S, CLOTHS 
DOESB INS, DENIMS, FLANNELS, &c. 
AlsoofSumme:- Shawls, Clothing, Shirts, and 
Drawers. 

FiJIRCHICD &: CO.. 
ap21-frlAsuu Auctioneers. 

NEW MILLINERY GOODS. 



L, I>. FRANKLIN, 

BridK«> Square, 8t. Patil, 

Wig Maker & Importer of 
HUMAN HAIR, 

Wi^s, Braids, Bands, Curls, &c., 

MASt'FACTrREDBY HIMSELF, 

And warranted of the Beat MaterUl an* Woi*- 
numshlp, at PRICES WHICH DEFY OOMPE 

OrdHrK by Mall or Express wiU rwcetvs proapt 

attention. . „ . „ . — _, 

Private rooms lor I-adie«' BaIr Dresilng, Frtz- 

ilnir.Slianipoolujpana Dyfln*. 
Theonlv rtBOWN DlElnthe world applied 

N. B.— GenUemen's Hair Cut with JndgoMiit 
and taste. 

BRIDGE SQUARE. ST. PAUL. 

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•laa mt Ii**'a Araty. 

Nbw York, April 21. 
Tbf HeraliTs correspondent says the 
paroling of Lee's army was completed 00 
tbe 13th. The official report puta the 
number oi men at 22,115 ; 69 pieces of 
artillery, 71 tUnd of colon, and 15,918 
stand of small arms; 1,100 wagons, caa- 
sioiu, &c., and 4*000 boraea and mulet. 



been as- 
Oeneral Butler 
among the victims selected by 
tbe issassins. His absence from Washington 
on the night of the murder saved him from 
sharing the fate of the President. 

MKH. UNCOLN ILL. 

Mrs. Lincoln is very ill. Her medical at- 
tendants were with her all last night and to- 
day. By Mrs. Lincoln's special request Mrs 
Welles, wife of the Secretary of the Navy, 
has been in constant attendance at the White 
House since the tragedy occurred. 

TH« PRRSIDF.ST's TF.MPORfcRV RESIUEN'CE. 

.\ttorney General Speed, having tendered 
his quarters to President John.son. on I street, 
between Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets, 
th9 President will takt up his residence there 
until he is permanently located in the Execu- 
tive Mansion. 

ADDITIONAL ABRR8T8. 

A number of women have been arrested 
for exulting over the President's murder, and 
for tearing down the mourning emblems 
from the windows of their neighbors. Among 
Uie rest a warrant was issued for the arrest of 
Miss Mary Jane Windle, charged with mali- 
ciously tearing down the flags and throwing 
them from tbe windows, asserting that her 
Southern friends should not be insulted by 
any tnch demonstrations. 

'This female will \>e rememl>ered as the 
originator of various namby pamby works— 
" Life in Washington," and " Letters from 
the Springs," in wnich tbe south and South- 
erners of the Keitt stamp were glorified to a 
high degree. Some chapters of really tine 
writing in her productions presented so mark- 
ed a contrast to the general slip-slop style as 
to attract comment, and it was found that 
■nchcbaplera had been stolen by her bodiiy 
from Blackwood's Magaaine and Mrs. Gray's 
MoreU. 



On Saturday, April 22d, 

I would respectft lly Invite the attention of the 
Ladies of this Cli y and vicinity to my 
SPLJiKDID STOCK OP 

BONNETS, HA.TS, 

RIBBCHSrS, GhLOVES. 
A.3srr> 

MILLINERY GOODS GENERALLY, 

seleoted hi New Toik with greit care by myseli 
p<>rsonally, and offer tbe same at 

Reduced Prices, 

and shall he happy to show the different styles to 
all wha will see fit to Ikvor me with a call. 



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I«o«l.rin«thePRTir^ -«il. by ob.ervinK 
tbe following .uwe^tlou.. much *°-»>'";;' '" 
,our.elTe« wd U.* pubM.her* m.y be "voiJed^ 

A1«»J» d«Ui your Irttcr. give the port office, 
county .ndStattiu full to %htch you wi.h the 
p.per»eiit. .nd al»o n«me the edition wantod. 
whether dally, weekly or triweekly. 

U the gubscriptlon i« » renewal, give the a»t«- 
»t which the former •ubacriptlon expires. •!• 
•hown on the printed dlnMrtion Ubel on the pa- 
per. It Is deiirmble that a renewal be received a 
few dkyt previou* to the expiration of the former 
Hbaoription. 

In ordering a change In the direction of a pa 
per glya the address to which It has been sent, 
a« well M ttat to which you wish it changed, and 
name th« edition. 

If any portion ot the letter Is intended f^r the 
Sditor, It ihould be written on a tcparals ihea 

of ptper. 

lEE'S SURRENDER. 



A Graphic Description of the 
Scene. 

Meeting of the two Gene- 
rals. 

Ueoeplion of the News by the 
two Armiea. 

Mr. Croun«e, the correspondent of the 
Times, givet a Jull and graphio account 
of the icenes at the surrender of I.ee 
We copy : 

LKK Sl'BUOUNnKn. 

••The position on Sunday morning was 
one from which l.ee could not possibly 
extricate himself. His army Uy massed 
a short distance went ot Appomattox 
Court House ; his last avenue of escape 
toward Danville on the southwest was 

fone ; he was completely hemmed in. 
[eade was in his rear on the east, aod on 
his right Hank north o( Appomattox 
C. H. ; Sheridan had headed him oil 
completely by getting between him and 
Lynchburg: (ien. Ord was on the south 
of the court-house, near the railroad ; the 
troops were in the most enthusiastic spir- 
its , and the rebel army was doomed. 
Lee's last effort to escape was made on 
Sunday morning, by attempting to cut his 
way through Sl»ridan's lines, but it total- 
ly faUed. 

FIRST ISTKRVIKW BETWKEN GUAXT 
AND LKIC. 

"It will be recollected that Gen ral 
Grant's tirst letter to Lee was dated on 
the 7tb, Friday, the day of the battle ol 
FarmTille, and the correspondence was 
kept up during the following day and up 
to 11 o'clock on Sunday, as already pub- 
lished. In response to General Grant's 
last letter. General Lee appeared on the 
picket line of the Second Corps. Miles's 
division, with a letter addressed to Gen. 
Meade, requesting a cessation of hestili- 
ties while he considered General Grant^'s 
terms of surrender. Gen. Meade replied 
that he had no aulboritv to accede to the 
request, but trat be would wait two iiours 
belore making an attack. In the mean- 
time Gen. Grant sent word to General 
Meade that be woold be uu in half an 
hour, and the matter was turned over to 
him. A flag of truce proceeded to Ap- 
pomattox Court House shortly after 
noon, and at about 2 o'clock p. .m., the 
two generals met at the house of Mr. 
Wilmer McLean. General Lee was at- 
tended by General Marshal, his adjutant 
general ; General Grant, by Colonel 
Parker, one of his chief aides-de-camp. 

THK SCRRENDKR. 

•• The two generals met and greeted 
each other with dignified courtesy, and 
proceeded at once to the business before 
ihem. General I^ee iirmediately alluded 
to the conditions of the surrender, char- 
acterized them as exceedingly lenient, 
and said he would gladly leave all the 
details to Gen. Grant's own discretion. 
Gea. Grant stated the terms of the parole ; 
that the arms should be stacked, the ar- 
tillery parked, the supplies and munitions 
turned over to him, the officers retaining 
their side anus, horses, and personal ef- 
fects. General Lee promptly assented to 
the conditions, and the agreement of sur- 
render was engrossed and signed by fieo. 
Lee at half-pai>t three o'clock. 

"Gen. Le«^ asked Gen. Grant for an 
interpretation of the phrase, ' personal 
effects,' and said that many of bus caval- 
rrmen owned their own horses. Gen. 
Grant said he construed it to mean that 
the horses must be turned over to the 
United States Government. Gen. Lee 
admitted the correctness and justice of 
the interpretation, when Gen. Grant said 
be would instruct his officers to allow 
those men who owned their horses to re- 
tain them as they woald ne«d them for 
the purpose of tilling their farms. Gen. 
Lee expressed a great sense of gratifica- 
tion for such a generous consideration, 
•nd uid it would have a very good effect. 
He aabsequently expressed a hope that 
each soldier might be furnished with a 
certificate of his parole, aa evidence to 
prevent them from being forced into the 
army antil regularly exchanged. Gen. 
Grant assented to the suggestion, and 
the printing presses were soon put to 
work to print the documents required. 

8TREKOTH OP LBX's AR.MY. 

"In regard to the strength of his army, 
Geneaal Lee said he had no idea of the 
namber of a en that he should be able 
to deliver up. There had been so many 
engagements, and such heavy losses 
from desertion and other causes within 
the past few days, and the retreat-so rap- 
id, that no regular morning reports had 
been made fince leaving Petersburg ; but 
it is generally believed by the best in- 
formed officers, that Lee surrenders 
eighteen to twenty thousand men. Of 
the army horses, wagons, &c., there is 
yet no official account. General Lee in- 
formed General Grant that bis men were 
abort of provisions, whereupon General 
Grant ordered twenty-five thousand ra- 
tions to be distributed to them. 

INCIOEMT8. 

•'Thus substantially ended the inter- 
view. Both generals were the very im- 
personation of dignity und courtesy in 
their bearing. L^ is in fine health, and 
tbotigh apparently impressed with the 
vi^al effect and importance of the act he 
was performing, he was cheerful and 
pleasant in hi« demeanor. The house 
where the stipulations were signed was 
a fair brick structure, with neat grounds, 
and quite neatly furnished. Tbe room in 
which the interview took place was a 
comfortable parlor, abont eighteen by 
twenty feet, and adorned by tbe usual 
fiishiog common to the average of Vir- 
ginia bouses. 

"Both generals were attired in full 
uniform. Lee wore a very fine sword. 
Grant had no side arms, having left camp 
the day previous with the intention of 
being gone but a few hours, but, on the 
contrary, being gone all night. When 
the two generals tirst met they were at- 
tended only by the staff officers already 
mentioned ; but during the interview sev- 
eral of our officers entered and were in- 
troduced to General Lee, who received 
them cordially, and made no objection to 
their presence. They were Major Gen- 
erals Ord aod Sheridan. Brevet Major 
General lonlla. Brigadier Geoerala Will- 
iania. Rawlins and Barnard, Lieutenant 
Colonela Parker, Dent, Badeau, Bowers, 



A A. G's. Poiter, Babcock, and (Cdptain 
Lincoln. Tal. P. Sbaffner, Esq., ig^ the 
only civilian present. 

•• It should be said that Creneral Grant 
bad anticipated the surrender for several 
days, and had resolved beforehand not to 
require the same formalities which are 
required in a surrender between the 
foices ot two foreign nations or belliger- 
ent powers; that they were our owu 
people, and to exact no condiUons for 
the mere purpose of humiliation. 

TUB REBEL ARMY. 

"After the interview. General I^ee re- 
turned to his own camp, about half a mile 
distant, where his leading ofHcers were 
Msembled awaiting his return. 

"He announced the result and the 
terms, whereupon they expressed great 
satisfaction at the leniency of the condi- 
tions. They then approached bun in or- 
der of rank, shook hand.-), expressing sat- 
isfaction at his course and their regret at 
parting, all shedding tears on the occa- 

iion. , , 1 1 1 

"The fact ol surrender and the liberal 
terms were then announced to tbe troops, 
and when Gen. Lee appeared among them 
be was loudly cheered. On Monday, be- 
tween y and 10 o'clock .\. M.,Gen. Grant 
and sUff rode out ia the direction of the 
rebel lines, and on a hill just beyond the 
court house, where a full view of the reb- 
el army could be obtained. General 
Lee was met, attended by /)nly 
one of his sUff-ofTicers and order- 
lies. The generals halted.and, seated on 
their horses, conversed for nearly an 
hour upon the prospects of the futur.% 
each seeming to realize the mig'. ty iuHu- 
ence which the events of the present 
were to have upon it. (ieneral Lee sig- 
nified very emphatically his desire for a 
total cessation of hostilities, and indica- 
ted his intention to do all in his power to 
ellect '.hat end The best of good feeling 
prevailed, and this was the last interview 
between the two commanders. General 
Grant returned to McLean's house, and 
soon after Generals Longstreet. liordon, 
Pickett, and Heath, with a number ol 
staff officers, arrived, and after recog- 
nitiont and introductious. an hour ol 
very friendly interi'ourse took place, dur- 
ing which many scenes and iiK'ideiits ol 
b)^one college days and days of service 
together in the regular army, were le- 
vived and retold with much good nature. 

I'AROLES. 

" Gen. Grant gave Gen. Lee and his 
principal ollicers passes to procepd whith- 
er they wished. The parties then sepa- 
rated, and early on Tu sday morning 
Gen. Grant and staff left the scene of ihe 
great event for their head.juarltra at Ciiy 
Point, arriving at 4 :30 x. M. to-day. 
Gen. Meade ww left in command to su' 
perintend the details of the surreqder, 
which would occupy several days, the 
work of providing each man and ollicer 
with an individual parole being a slow and 
tedious one ; part of thew are written 
and part printed by tbe little printing 
presses which accompany the headquar- 
ters. 

TWO \N KEKS' WOKK. 

"Thus in exactly two weeks, to almost 
an hour, from the time (ieneral Grant 
and staff broke up their headquarters at 
City Point for the spring campaign, they 
return with the ^'pring campaign not only 
complete, but the entire opposing army 
descroyel, and th^ war suostan- 
tially slosed. The t'omplete character of 
the destruction of Lee s ariaj' thus ac- 
accomplisbed, forcibly appears from thesa 
facts, viz : That when the operations be- 
gan two weeks ago, his army numbered 
not less than sixty-iive thousand men ; 
that we have captured from him twenty- 
five thousand prisoners ; that his killed 
and wounded are n t less than fourteen 
thousand, and that the balance of the ar- 
my deserted on th>, retreat or fell into 
our hands at the surrender." 



*' 



FAUL DjaLlIi^ EiiBSSj, SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 18c6, 



Sk^tclB of the I^ife ^nd l^cr- 
viceA of Andrew ^^liuisou. 



Death of ail Aged Indian Ciiief 

From the If ilKa-jkao Sentinel. 

Decorra, a chief of tbe Wmnfbago 
tribe of Indians, died among his tribe in 
the month of September last, in the town 
of Lincoln, Monroe County, this State, 
aged one hundred and thirty-three years. 
For the last eleven yeirs he had been 
blind and nearly helpless, cared for by his 
tribe, and drawn about by a pair of In- 
dian ponies, on a kind of spring carriage 
rudely constructed by spring poles, one 
end ot which was attached to th€ team, 
while the other rested on the ground, car- 
rying a bed made of skins and rushes 
nicely woven and matted together, and 
answering the 4ouble purpose of both bed 
and carriage. Decorra was a distin-^ 
guished warrior in his day -noMe, brave 
and humane— and a true friend to the 
whites, and had proved his fidelity to the 
United States in many ways, among 
which the following well authenticated in- 
cident in tbe history of his eventful life 
should give bis name a prominent place 
both among his own countrymen and 
ours: 

It was Decorra. who siding with our 
cause in the Klaok Hawk war, in the year 
1832, gave Gen. Dodge the intelligence 
of the whereabouts of that formidable foe, 
and aided in conducting our army to bis 
camp and rapturing his p rson, which 
soon after led to peace. Yot tfiis Presi- 
dent Jackson presented hiiu with the 
American tlag which he carefully and 
proudly kept till the day of his death. 

In the month of October last, Mr. Ed- 
ward Roystan, a very respectable citizen, 
residing in the town of East Troy, in the 
county of Walworth, in this State, while 
looking for a piece of land he had pur- 
chaaetf in Monroe county, traveling in 
the woods, discovered tbe Union tlag 
floating at the top of a high pole in a 
wild and almost untrodden forest, and on 
nearing it be discovered what appeared 
to him a newly covered grave, rou hly 
inclosed with logs, and from which rose 
and floated with the wild winds of an al- 
most unexplored woods, the star span- 
gled banner of the American Union, and 
on looking about he discovered near by a 
glazed tree on which was a posted paper 
with the request that no white man would 
tear down this tlag, which here doats over 
the grave of Decorra, for it was given him 
by President Jickson. 

♦ » ♦ « ♦ 

— I got acquainted with ayoung widow, 
who lived with her stepdaughter in the 
same house. I married the widow ; my 
father fell shortly after it, in love with tbe 
step- (laughter of my wife and married 
her. My wife became the mother-in-law 
and also the daughter-in-law of my own 
father ; my wife's step-daughter is my 
step-mother, and I am the step-father of 
my mother-in-law. My step-mother, who 
is the step-daughter of my wife, has a 
boy ; be is naturally my step-brother, 
because he is the son of my father aod of 
my step mother ; but because he is the 
son of my wife's step-daughter, so is my 
wife the grandmother of the little boy, 
and I am the grandfather of my step- 
brother. My wife has also a boy ; my 
step-mother is consequently the step-sis- 
ter of my boy, and is also his grand- 
mother, because he is the child of her 
step-son ; and my father is the brother- 
in-law of my son, because be has got bis 
step-siftter fora wife. I am the brother 
of Bsy own son, who is the son of my 
step-mother; lam the brother-in-law of 
my mother, my wife is the aunt of her 
own son, my son is the graiulson of my 
father and I am my own grandfather. 
» » ♦ « « 

— Madrid papers htate that the Portu- 
guese government has acceded to tbe 
American Minister's demand for tbe re- 
moval of the commander of Fort Belem, 
for firing on the Niagara after the Federal 
commander had signalled him that he 
uQierttood hi* sununoca. 



Amid the universal manifestations of 
sorrow over the great affliction which has 
befallen the country in the sudden death 
ot its beloved Chief Magistrate, at the 
hand of a fiendish assassin, we must not 
forget our duiics to the futur^ The 
gloom which has thus auddejily fallen 
like a pall upon the exuberant joy of the 
people over the late victories of our 
armies, must not suppress the perils of 
the hour. Looking forward with hope 
through tbe cloud of our late calamity 
into the magnificent consummation of 
righteous bayonets in the hands of Chris- 
tian soldiers, we have the melancholy 
consolation that, though the President 
be dead, the nation still lives. 

Uy the provisions of that sacred instru- 
ment, our Constitution, tbe uncertainty 
ot the duration of human life is provided 
lor by the election cotemporaneously 
with the President ol a Vice President, 
who, in case of the death, reiuoval or 
disability of the President, immediately 
ascends to the Chief Magistracy of the 
nation. Tbe man, therelore, who is to 
bear the profound responsibilities of tnat 
high office is Andrew Johnson. Hence, 
to know something of this gentleman's 
antecedents as a public man and an in- 
dividual, trustworthy of the high charge 
to which he has been called by the trea- 
cherous work of a conspiration against 
the nation through its chosen head, is of 
the deepest importance. 

Andrew .Johnson was born in Raleigh, 
North Carolina, December 29. 1808. 
When he had scarcely reached the age of 
four years, he lost his father, who died 
from the effects of an effort to save a 
friend from drowning. Hi« mether was 
unable to afford her child any education- 
al facilities whatever. He, therefore, 
never had the advantages of attending 
school. It is even said that during his 
younger years he was an inmate of the 
ulnis-house of Wake county. North Caro- 
lina, where he remained until his tenth 
year. At that age he was apprenticed to 
a tailor in his naive city. He thus labor- 
ed for seven years. His lack of school- 
ing,however,was inagreat measure over- 
come by a strong desire to acijuire 
knowledge, and he spent much of his 
time ill educating himself. An interest- 
ing anec iote is mentioned of hi i anxiety 
to learn tp rpad. A gentleman of 
Kaleigh was in the habit of visiting the 
tailor's shop and reading while the ap- 
prentices and journeymen were at work. 
He read well, and generally made his se- 
lections from a volume of speeches by 
English statesmen. Young Johnson lis- 
tened with great delight, and his first 
ambitjon was to be able to 
read and comprehend these speeches. 
He at oRce procured an alphabet 
apd, witbout an mstructtjr, atfeirtpted to 
learn to read. When at a loss to know a 
letter be applied for assistance to the jour- 
neyii.en with whom he worked. Afcerac- 
([uiring his letters be asked tbe ownor for 
the loan of the book he had so often beard 
read. The owner gave him the book and 
^ome instruction as to its use. He sjon 
learned to read, and at night, after hav- 
ing finished his daily lat>or of ten or 
twelve hours, be spent two or tbree.hours 
in study. In 1824 be completed his ap- 
prenticeship and removed to Laurens 
Court House, South Carqljna, where he 
he worked as a journeyman. Whilst 
there he fell in love wi'h a girl in the 
neighborhood and courted her. Mr.. 
.Johnson tells the story himself. The 
young lady saw sometbmg more in him 
thin her mother was able to discern. She 
engaged herself to him, provided he 
could gel hep mother's coniusnt. Andy 
went one Sunday to speak to the old lady. 
His heart failed him till towards night, 
when he mustered up courage and popped 
the question to the mother. He says she 
broke out on him in a uogt terrible tirade 
of abuse, and said, "Vou triliiog. worth- 
less vagabond, do you suppose \ ixa go- 
ing to let my daughter marry a wander- 
ing journeyman tailor ? I know what 
you want ; you are too lazy to work, and 
you are after my property." The old 
woman had tour children and three ne- 
groes. Thi.s was her fortune. In utter 
despair young .Johnson returned to the 
village mortified and crestfallen. 

In May, 182C, be returned to Raleigh, 
where he procured work, and remained 
until September. At this time be re- 
moved to tbe West, taking with him bis 
mother, who was entirely dependent upon 
him for a support. He stopped at lieen- 
ville, Tenii., and engaged in work. Re- 
maining there about a year he uariied, 
and soon went still further West. Fail- 
ing to find a suitable place to settle, he 
returned to Geenville and commenced 
business. "At this time Mr. Jobnsori's 
education was limited to reading. Under 
the instructions of bis wife be speedily 
entered the higher branches. The only 
time be could devote to his studies was in 
tbe deal of night ; but, forgetting tbe fa- 
tigues of bis daily work in bis thirst for 
knowledge, he overcome all tbe weakne s 
of nature,' and rapidly acquired a good 
fund of information. In 18*28 Mr. John- 
son was elected to bis first office as al- 
derman of the village. His satisfactory 
acquittal ol himself in this office, led to 
his re-election in 182U, and again in 1830. 
In the latter year he was elected Mayor, 
and held that position for three years. 
In 183;> he was elected to the State Leg- 
islature. In the session of that year he 
took a bold stand against the measures of 
internal improvement proposed by some 
of the members on tbe ground that it 
would entail upon the State a burden- 
some debt. The measure meeting with 
popular approval, in tbe election of the 
the next year (1837) Mr. Johnson was 
defeated. In 1839 he was again a can- 
didate. His predictions in opposition 
to tbe internal improvement bills having 
been realized, be was elected by a large 
majority. In 1840 be served aa Presi- 
dential elector for tbe State at large on 
the Democratic ticket. He canvassed a 
large portion of the State, meeting on 
the stump some of tbe leacing Whig 
ora'or.i. In 1S41 be was elected to the 
S.ate .Senai . lu 1843 be was elected to 
Congress, serving by successive re-elec- 
tions until 18<'>3. During bis career in 
that office he advocated the bill fur re- 
funding the fine imposed upon (Teneral 
Jackson at New Orleans in 1815, tbe 
annexation of Texas, the tarff of 
184<>, tbe war measures of Mr. Polk's 
administration, and a homestead 
bill. In 1853 he was elected Governor of 
Tennessee after an exciting canvass. He 
was re-elected in 1855, after another 
spirited contest At tbe expiration of 
his second perio 1 as Governor, in 1857, 
be was eler>rr'>i m tbe Senate of the Unit- 
ed Statr--' tur the term ending March 3, 
1803. He, however, never uomplet-^d 
his term. On March 4, 18C2, he was 
confirmed by tbe Senate of tbe United 
States Military Governor of Tennessee, 
with the rank of Brigadier Genfral, with 
all tbe powers, duties and functions per- 
taining to that office, during the pleasure 
of the President, or until the loyal in- 
habitants of the State should organize a 
civil government, in accordance with the 
Constitution of the United States. 'J'he 
designation of General Johnson for the 
position was considered by everybody as 
eminently proper, both in view of his pe 
culiar fitness for tbe office and of his 
great popularity among all loyal people, 
besides hi.s devotion to bis own State. 
The Governor, by the acceptance of tbe 
office, necessarily vacated his position as 
benator. 

Mr. Johnston's adminittratioa iu Ten- 
nessee was very generally approved, 
though it had some enemies. Under him 
—and with tbe tMiatanoe of the armiea 



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operating in Tenneaaec — order yeas re- 
stored in many se( tiooa of the btate, and 
most of the inhabilantA who remained lo} - 
al were (uvtected. 

On June H, 18lJ4, Mr. Johnson was 
chosen by the National Republican Con- 
vention as the candidate of the party for 
the V'ice President ol the United States. 
In his letter of acceptance, in the follow- 
ing month, his expression ot views was, 
in the mam. in harmony with tbe settled 
opinions of a majoiity of the thinking 
minds of tbe couutry. 

On the fourth of March last Mr. John- 
son was rogiilaily inaugurat«d as second 
to the good man whose death we lament. 

Since Mr. Johnson's induction into of- 
fice as Vice President be baa not been 
called upon to act in an official capacity, 
but a brief review ot bis career may en- 
able us to draw some intcrences in regard 
to his fitness for the vast public duties 
about to devolve upon him. He was born 
and reared amid the lowest poverty. It 
is evident if he had been without natural 
abilities of the rarest tjuality he never 
would Lave risen, particularly so high, 
abevu his trade. His master, though he 
failed to have him taught even the rudi- 
ments of an Kngli-th education, at least 
trained bun up to love the truth, work 
bard, and be .straightforward in his deal- 
ings with every one. Hy his own efforts 
he taught himself a little, and marrying, 
after his apprenticeship was completed, 
a woman who knew something about 
books, he waa fairly started on the 
road to learning. Though Mr. John- 
son is uo scholar in the sense of 
books, his ex|>ericnce and observation 
have taught him more valuable les- 
sons —A knowledge of men and strong 
common sense, llis political bias was ia 
early years e.xceedingly democratic. Pre- 
vious to the breaking out of the present 
rebellion he was the idol of the Southern 
•^leuiocracy ; and had he pet luittcd him- 
self to float upon the wave of secessioif 
and treason there is not a doubt l>ut he 
would have been placed at the head of 
that revolutionary movement, the South- 
ern confederacy. lUit his devotion to 
his country — his whole country —impelled 
him to sever tlm bonds that connected 
him with a people whom he had for so 
long a period led ami controlled, but 
who were snatched from hi:i iiiduence by 
the infamous crime of treason. These 
people he could .still have weilded could 
bis potent voice have reached them, but 
the monster of intolerance closed her 
jaws upon hiui. lie was not permitted 
in Middle and Wc-^t Tennessee to address 
the people. Had be alteiupted it a mob 
would have been ready, not only to stop 
his voice, but to take his life. 

Too well the leaders of rebellion in 
Tennessee knew his power over the peo- 
ple ; anil they were conscious that if he 
were permitted to make public speeches 
the people would rally around him — that 
he could preserve Tennessee from their 
fatal sway. Ht^ stood firm, and yet 
stand.s firm, a.s a monument of loyalty 
and devotion to his country, while many 
of his contemporaneous political lights 
have been forever extinguished and en- 
ihrouded in the perfidy of the conspiracy 
against tht! life of the nation. Among 
his old political friends he saw Ishani G. 
Harris, the late Governor of Tennessee ; 
A. O. P. Nicholson, his colleague in the 
United States Senate ; Andrew Ewing, 
Lan{;don C. llaynes, and a host of otb- 
ers lall into the j^ecession pit. Ol his 
poliiitic.'il opponents he sawE H. Ewinp, 
G. A. Henry, the "Eagle orator," bis oj- 
ponent the first time he wan elected Gov- 
ernor of Tennessee, and vfho said, in the 
B'ill and Everett Convention in Balli- 
tuore, th.^t he wished ht5 might be struck 
blind before he ever shouhl see the Union 
dissolved ; and even Itell, whose wisdom 
bad bhon.'as u beacon light to the nation 
for more than a qarter ol a century, cow- 
er before the monster secession. Kut he, 
amiil all this wreck, stood firm, keeping 
the glorious Union and the constitution 
of our fathers ever in view, and making 
them the polar star to whiih he steered 
amid the mighty convulsions and up- 
Iteavings which be.set him on ^very side ; 
§nd he now appears upon the world's 
great stage as a living witness that pub- 
lic virtue and unselfish patriotism are not 
extinct even in those States that have in- 
augurated this unholy war. While the 
names of many who formerly .shone in the 
same sphere with him will be buried be- 
neath a mausoleum of infamy, bis will 
shine like the bright .star of the morning, 
and be honored l>y generations yet un- 
born. 

♦ * » » • . 

Sketch of John lrViiice« Booth, 
ITInrderer of the Presldenf. 



was Julius Cicsar, with Edwin Booth ta 
Brutub, Juniui! Booth as Cassius, and 
John Wilkes Booth aa Marc Antony. 
As an actor John Wilkes could not com- 
pare with either of bis brothers, although 
bis resemblance to them in form, feature, 
voice and manner was remarkable. This 
was his last public appearance in this city 

Some month.s ago John Wilkes Booib 
ceased acting on account of a bronchial 
affection, aud since then be is said to 
have accumulated considerable money by 
oil speculations in Western Virginia. Of 
late he has passed a large portion of bis 
time in Washington, with which city and 
its theatres he was perfectly familiar. 

About eicht or ten days ago he was in 
New Vork, drinking profusely. Rumor 
says that in his drunken moods be has 
often declared his intention to murder 
President Lincoln, and that he often ex- 
hibited a nicked bullet, which he said was 
to do the deed. The truth of these 
statements may be ascertained by the 
police upon inquiry of bis associates here ; 
but it is certain that he talked in a wild, 
reekle.sH way about the war, and that his 
sympathies were entirely with the rebels. 
Of this, we believe, he made no conceal- 
ment, and it is reported that his brother 
Edwiu turned him out of the house a 
tihort time ago in consequence of his 
treasonable utterances. Still no one 
who knew him was prepared to believe 
him a cowardly assassin. 

In person ,Tohii Wilkes Booth is a 
younger facsimile of Edwin. It is need- 
less to say, then, that he is a rare speci- 
men of manly beauty. Not tall, but 
most gracefully formed, with regular fea- 
tures, large dark eyes, dark brown hair 
and a perfect complexion, this young 
man possesses the charms of Adonis and 
almost the strength of a Hercules. He 
dresses with exquisite taste, and bis or- 
dinary manner is <iuiet, reserved, digni- 
fied and gentlemanly. He is unmarried 
and much given tu amours. It is said 
that he is an opium eater ; but it is only 
certain thai he frequently drank to ex- 
cess. Although so slightly built, ninety- 
five men out of a hundred would be no 
match for him at fightini;. He is a dead 
»hot, a fine fencer, a thorough horseman, 
and a ma.stcr of the dagger or bowie-knife. 
I li.s personal bravery has be -n unques- 
tioned, and many ol his friends have won- 
dered why he did join the rebel army, in 
which his ^^ympatllles were already enlist- 
ed. If he was the assassin of President 
l.incolrx he had the nerve, the skill with 
weapons, the kiiowledt;e of the exits and 
entrances of the theatre, and the acquaint- 
ance with the localities ibout Washing- 
ton niM'essary to accomplish his villanous 
purpose. Nor were the nervous, excit- 
able, flighty tciupernient, the unrestrain- 
ed passions and the unbridled audacity 
requisite for the conception and execution 
of a deed wanting in his composition. 
But bis friends and acquaintances nevtr 
thought that he had the murderous heart, 
the moral poltroonery and the inexpress- 
ible wickedness which stamp the assassin 
as the vilest of God's creatures. 



JJpfrial gotto. 



•John Wdkcs Booth, who is directly 
accused of the assassination of President 
Lincoln, is one of tbe sons of the cele 
brated English actor, Lucius Junius 
Booth, the contemporary and rival of 
Edmund Kean. The elder Booth came 
to this country as a star actor, and finally 
settled upon a fArin near Baltimore, Ma- 
ryland. \\\s eccentric babits, strange 
extravagances and wasted life, are famil- 
iar to most of our readers. By different 
wives the elder Booth had lour sons, 
named in the order of their ages, Junius 
Brutus, Eiwin, John Wdkesand Joseph. 
The three oldest brothers adopted tbe 
stage as a profes&ion. The youngest 
stn ied medicine, and was last heard of 
somewhirre in Georgia. 

John Wilkes Booth was born in 1838, 
near Baltimore, in the same valley as the 
noted rebel Harry Gilmore. Ha was 
named after John Wilkes, a famous Eng- 
lish tragedian. At the early age of six- 
teen he went upon the stage, and in \Hi>Q 
made a regular debut in Ptiiladelpbia. He 
inherits tbe well known Booth face and 
figure, and some of the dramatic talent of 
t^ family. After starring tor a while in 
tbe provinces we find him in 1859-'00,tbe 
leading actor at Montgomery, Alabama. 
There he was regarded as a trifle crazy 
In IbGO he wounded himself in the foot 
with a pistol, and came noitli to recruit 
his health. , 

Soon after his arrival here, discovering 
that bis brother Edwin was achieving a 
decided success, he determined upon a 
debut in New York, and made his first ap- 
pearance in this city at Wallack's old 
theatre — now the Broadway — which was 
then under the management of Mi«9 Mary 
Propost. He opiMied in Richard the 
Third, playing very tamely till the fight- 
ing scene at the end of the drama, when 
be wielded his two handed sword with 
such vigor and vim as to astonish the 
audience. The stage combat has never 
been better performed. One evening, 
roused to an intense excitement, he at- 
tacked Mr. E. L. TUton, the Richmond 
of the occasion, so violently as to knock 
him into the or<;hestra, nearly breaking 
his arm. After two or three nights ol 
Richard, young Booth played Shylock, 
and failed. The Herald said of this per- 
formance that youth might be an excuse 
for his errors, but there wan no excuse 
for presenting them to a metropolitan 
audience. The unnatu'al son, in Schil- 
ler's Robbers, was his third role, and, af- 
ter acting it, be went to Boston, where 
he was better received. 

When the present war began John 
Wilkes avowed himself an ardent seces- 
sionist, and he always persisted in his 
disloyality. Sj many actors bhared his 
opinions, however, and expressed them 
almost as strongly, that bis sentiment .s 
•;ave him no particular notoriety. His 
brothers Junius and Edwin were and are 
most decided Union men, and several 
quarrels have arisen between the brothers 
on accoi^nt of these differences. They 
acted together, however, at the Winter 
Garden, on tbe 23d ot November, last, 
for tbe benefit of the Sbakspeare Monu- 
ment Fund, and attracted one of the 
largest and most intellectual audiences 
ever assembled in any theatre. The pUy 



Sober Facts for Thinking People. 

Year after year, for aa eighth ot t century, the 
press of tlin couutry has clironicledthc bi'neticlal 
ellVcts of UOSTKTTl'.irS.STOMACU UlTTKltS. 
Editors, auttiors, pliyKlcians, merchants, ollicers 
of thn army niitl utvy, ckeinlBtii, oounsullors, 
mtuiaterd.of the KOi^P''!! 'u ^'>(^rt, a great cloud 
of vitnc<8ij(>iari-v>-ry prufes^ton, tniilti and call- 
ing, have testilled to iln cfflciencv ax a tonic and 
regulatlii)( modlciuf. 1 lie nuinus and statcmentB 
ofthe-iu wiinesses have been piibUnhed in tbe 
public prlnt.-<. Many ol them are wull known to 
the whole public. Tlieir trtiitiniony ttai never 
been challengi'J or impugned. L'pan evidence 
far lean weij{hty , men aril acquitted or condemned 
by con('cicutlous jurii'^, 

- HoavKiiKas .sro.MA.(;a bittkki, u 

not.however, upon trial. It has been tried and 
pronounced on the authority of those whose life 
and heallh it ban pre9»TV0it, a pure, Ua-mless, 
aud entineutly salutary prti;>aration. Attempts 
have baeu mule tu rival it. They have failed. 
C'aa it be neoensary tu s ly why tlicy have liailed f 
Ask tlie recovered dyspeptics', bfiliouii sufferers, 
viotims of lever and ague, and nervous subjects 
who have experienctHl It8 ejects, what they think 
of it. Ask them and be guided solely by what 
they say. Uold everywhere. aprlMfcwlw 

A KEW UKASONd WHY THE 

AMERICAN WATCH 

IS TUK uK.sr. 

It is made on the best principle, while the for- 
eign watch is generally made upon no principle 
at all. Tlie foreign watch H moatly.made by wo- 
men and boya, BV H.\Ni>. While their labor is 
cheap their work is deir at any price. Such 
watclies are made without plan, aud sold without 
guarantee. They are irreguUr in canitniotlon, 
und quite as irregmar In movement. They are 
designed only to sell, and the buyer is tbe party 
thoroughly sold. Those who have kept 'ancres,' 
'Lupines,' and 'Swiss levers' in proietsed repair 
fur a few years will appreciate the truth of our 
siateinent, 
TUB fLAN OF TUK AMKIIICAN WATCH. 

Instead of being made of several hundred little 
pieces, screwed together, the body of the Amer- 
ican watch is formed of SOLID PLATKS. N.) 
Jar iuterfrrus with the harmuiiy of its working, 
und DO sudden shock can throw its maohinery 
outofg'>ar. lu riding, ur any business pursuit, 
it id all ht-id together as firmly as a siugla piece 
of metal. It Is just what all niaehiuery should 
he- 
ist. ACCURATE. 2d. SIMI'I.K. 3d. STRONQ. 
4th. KCONOMICAL. 

We not only secure CHKAPNR8S by our sys- 
tem, but QUALITV. We do not pretend that 
our watch can be bought fur less money than the 
foreign »i«Jl-<'-<«'/atv.4, but that tor its real value 
it Is sold for one-half the price, 

OUK 80I.UtKir8 WATCH (named Wm. kl- 
ler)), Is what its name iudicates-Hoiid, sub^lau- 
tial, aud always reliable — warjaoted to stand any 
amount of mircliiug, riJiog or lighting. 

OUil.NKlT UUJIIKRQUAI.IIV of WATCH 
named 1*. .S. Bartlett), Utimilur In size aud gen- 
eral appearance, but has more jewels, and a more 
elalKirutu tinisb. 

OUU l,AUIl':h' WATCH, lecently brought 
out, is put up in a great variety ot patterns, many 
ol tliem of rare beauty and workmaashlp, is quite 
siunll, but warranted to KKKP TIMK. 

OUlt YOUNH OKNTl.KMAN'S WATCH Is 
neat, not large, and Juat tbe thing for the pocket 
uf Voung America, 

THE I'ltOOK ot the merits of our watch may 
be found in tiia fact tliat we now employ over 
seven hundred workni«-n in our factories, and 
that we are (.till unable to supply tbe constantly 
increaflog demand. 

OUK THKKE-tiUARTEa PLATE WATCH 
Is thinner and lighter than the others we have 
described. Its liiu) chronometer balance is deli 
catcly adjusted to correct the variation caused by 
changes of tempt-rature. These watches are the 
truitsoftbe latest exiieriin^nts in clironometry, 
and are made by our best workmen, in a separate 
department of our faclorr. For tbe finest time- 
keeping qualities they challenge comparison with 
the bust works of the must (amuus and English 
and SwisH makiTS. 

KOBBINS & APPLETON, 

AOEN IS FX)K THE AMERICAN WATCH CO., 
182 Uroadway, New York. 

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riYOlTS KATHAIBOW. 

Fa li.ilrun is rrum the Creek word "Kathro," 
or "iCathairo," eiguifyiDg lo cleanse, rfjuvenate, 
audri'slure. Thin article is what its name signl- 
flea. Kor preserving, restoring and beautif^ng 
the human hair It Is the most remarkable prepar. 
atiou in the world. It Is again owned and put 
up by the orij;inal proprietor, and is now made 
with the fame cure, skill and att<-ntlun which 
gave it a sale uf over one milliuu bottles per an- 
num. 

It is a moRt Dellghttal Hair Dr«t«iug, 

It eradloates scurf and dandruff. 

It keeps the head cool and clean. 

It makes the hair rich, soft and glossy. 

It prevents tbe halrtromfalhng off and tnralax 
gray. 

It restore* hair upon bald heads. 

▲ay lady or genlleman who ralaea a beaatlfai 



headof hair should use Lyon's Kathairon. It Is 
knewn and used (hroufjliout the civllixed world, 
tiold Xrf all rec pectable aeal.rs. 

DEMAS 8. BARNE-I &. CO., Now Nark. 

Mexican Mustang Iiiniment. 

The parties in St. I ouia aud Cincinnati, who 
have been counterfeiting the Mustang iJnimeut 
under pretfUiie of proprietorship, have bt-i»n 
thorouglilv estopped by the Courts. To guard 
against further imposition, I liave procured from 
Ite U. S. Treasury a private steel plate revenue 
('1 iLp, which Is placed over the top of each bot- 
iit .^ luicb stamp bears the fac siiaiU of my sig- 
a^M- I .and without which the art cle is a coun- 
ter '%, fianccrous and worthless Imitation. Ex- 
amltfi^ o ^^^ bottle. This Liniment ha.s been in 
use and j : i »«i j; In favor for many years. There 
hardly iw. i :s ihauiI<;ton the habitable Globe 
that does vit cmtain evidouce of its wonderful 
effects. It '< ITk best emolient in tee world. 
With its pre.4e at' lu^iroved ingredients, its effect 
upon man and \, < -. > ' are perfectly remarkable. 
Sores are hearod, piAif relieved, lives saved, val- 
uable animals made useful, and untold ills as- 
suaged,' Jior cuts, bruist>.ii, sprains, rheumatism, 
swellings, bites, cuts, caked breasta, itrainej 
horses, &c.,it is a soverelgu remeUv that sliould 
ni^ver be disp<tused with, it should be in every 
family. Sold by all Druggists. 
I>. H. BA R NES k. CO., New York. 

HAGAK'S MAGNOLIA BALM. 

This is the most d»-l!,<bt(ul and extraorJiuary 
article ever discuvei-fil. It clianges the suu-bnrnt 
face and bauds to a |>early satin texture uf rav- 
ishing beauty, loipartiLg the marble purity ot 
voutli, and the distiiiyui- appearance so inviting 
In the city belle offaHhiou. I( removes tan, 
freckles, ulmples and roughness Irom the skin, 
leaving the complexion tn-sh, transparent and 
smooih. It contains no material itdurious tothe 
akin. Patronized by Actresses and Opera Sing- 
ers. It is what every lady sbuuld have. Sold 
everywhere. I'repart-d t)y 

W. E. IIAOAN, Iroy, N. Y. 

Address all orders to 

DEMAS S. BARNES & CO., New Y 
«ep22 dtweow-ly.wes'y ork. 

NEW Vl^ll^mflE 

FOK THE HANDKEKtHIEF. 



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A :TIoHt 17x<|iii«il<-. nfXicatf niiil Frn- 
Krniil I'ei-I'unie, niMlillrd I'loiu Ihr 
Riirr nitti l(<-iiiiiil'iil I'lowcr from 
«vlii<'h il l:iKa'« ils linilir. 
Manufactured only by I»II .1 l,0:V A- .MOIf. 

EP" Beware of Counterfeits. 

Asl: J''!' I'li'iUui's Till,-' nil ■■llur. 
Sul4 hy dni,ts,'i''t« K''i"''":illy. 

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A Single Itux ul'UrnudretliN Pills 

contains mora vegetabl.) extractive matter than 
twenty bo.\*8 of any I'ilLs in the world besides; 
flity-tivc bundre 1 pbyslcinus use them in their 
practice to the <'xclu!<ion of other purgatives. 
The first letter of 1 heir value Is yi-t scarcely ap- 
preciated. When th.'v are better known sudden 
death and conlluuod .<ickne.'is will be of the past. 
Let those who know them .'<iieak right out In 
their favor. It i?' n duty which will save life. 

Our race are subject to a redundancy of vitiated 
bile at this season, und it is in dangerous as It is 
prevalent; but Rtandretli's rills aiford an inval- 
uable and effloieut protection. By their occasion- 
al use we prevoxit the cullecliou of those impuri- 
ties, which, wlieu ill suindeut quantities, caut^e 
so much daisger to the body's health. They soon 
cure liver complaint, dy.<pep:>ia, loss of appetire, 
{lain in tbe head, lieun buru, pain In the breast- 
bone, sudden faiiituf^s and cuBtiveuess. Sold by 
all respectable di-ali-r.-. in nu-dicim>j. 

apU-dtwlin. 



Kklirp iw tkn Minutes. — Bryan's 

PuijtioNio Wakkhs. — The most certain and 
Speedy remedy evi'r discovered for all Dijii-ases ol 
the Cht-st ami Lun^s, (.-uughs, Colds, Asthma, 
Consumption, Uroiichltis. I ntiueuza. Hoarseness 
DiUiouitUreatltiuK, Sore Throat, &c., &c. 

These Wafi-rs ^'^v^' the juovt iustautaneous and 
perlect relief, aud when persevered with accord- 
lug to dirootiuus, utvcr tail to olt'ect a rapid anJ 
lastiugcuie. Thousands have been restored to 
perfect hiaMh who have tried other means in 
vain. To ail classes and all constitutions they 
are equally a blessing und u cure — none need de.s- 
palr, uo matter how lung the disease may have 
exis'ed, or however hevere it mav be, provided 
the organic structure of tbe vital organs is not 
hopelessly decayed. Every one alUicled should 
give them an impartial tri.il. 

To VooAi.ibTS and 1'ubi.u; Spkakbks, these 
Wafers are peculiarly valuable; they will in one 
day remove the most severu occastional buarse- 
ness ; aud their regular use for a T'w day.* will, 
at ail times, increase tlie power aud UexlbiUty ol 
the voice, greatly luipruviug its tone, compass 
and clearness, for which purpose they are regu- 
arly used by many professional vocalists. 
JOB MOSES, .Sole Proprietor, 

i.'7 Coiiland-bt., New York, 

Price 25 cents per t>o.\, Kur sale lu St. Paul by 
Biggs ; Slma, V'awter St Rose, and CombSi 
novlO-eowIvw 

BUTLEK'S FIASCO 

At Kott Fisher was scarci-ly u greater failure 
than Is daily made by most of the advertised ha'r 
dyes; nor was Terry and Purler's Victory moie 
complete, perfect aud glorious, than the conquest 
achieved by 

CRISTAUORO'S HAIR V\ E 
Over gray, red and sandy beads of hair. Tbe ob- 
noxiuus hue is wiped out iii live minute..*, aud a 

magnificent brown or black, glossy and natural, 
takes its place, manufactured by J. Cristadoro, 

No. 6. Astor House, New York, Sold by Drug 

gists. Applied by all Hair Dressers, 

aV^ diwlra._ 

PijSirdluucouiSi. 



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I'ioneei- F'onndry 

AND 

MACHINE WOKK8 

OK- MINNESOTA. 



OIIA.IVOI1: OF UASIS I 

SInca the deptraction by fire of the Pioneer 
Foundry in St. Paul, in .Ibly last, we have erect- 
ed a shop at Minneapolis, in order to avail our- 
8f Ivea ol the faciliiies of water p.iwer in our bus- 
inesa. We expect- to get in operallou about the 
15th of April, when we hball l>e prepared to do 
any kind ol mill machinery or other ciaiings 
tbatm:iy be called fur. U<'ing ptactlcsl iron aud 
bra<a founders and mHcbinists of 26 y< ars expeii- 
ence (12 years in this state), we think we can 
give cur pitrons guun latisfsciion, both in qual- 
ity ana price 01 work in our line. We dhill t<o 
able to luruisb Onliuary « Hastings, li cents per lb. 
Brssa Cast iugs,7j cents per lb. Babbit Metal, 
&0 to 75 cents per lb. Lathe work and liuishiug, 
ft-om $5 to fCi |ier il'iy. I'atte: n Making, $1 pi^r 
day. Having an experienced Pattern Malter, we 
can make any pitteru t^tat may be wanted. Upon 
tbe upFniiig of na ,'igation we intend toca^t (very 
day, SuddsyH exci'jiied, III that we t.hall Le abb* 
to luriiisb castinns without lb-- u>ual deluj,'. old 
iron, brass, coptH>r, lead, Kc... wanted. 

OII-Ma-N Al CO , Pioneer Foundry, 
Adjoining IVrkins ,% ('rocket's Grift Slill, 

Minneupulis, Ai^ril lu, I8i>.'i. aplld&w-ly 

To La Crosse Via Rochester. 

jr. O. £lui*l>ci,ul£ Sc Oo. 

Have stooked tbe Roati Irom St, Paul to Koohes 
ter (runnlDg via Invor Grove, EmplreCity, Can- 
Bon Palls, Uader, Zumbrota, Pine Island aud Ore- 
noco), with (lOod Morses and first-class Concord 
oaches, and ruu as follows, viz : 
Leave St. Paul at 4 o'clock a. m. 
Arrive at Rochester same evening at 7 o'clock 
Leave Roches ; er at 4 o'clock , a . m . 
Arrive at St. Paul same evening at 7 o'clock, 
Pasiengers going Ka^t by this line, leave SainI 
Paul at 4 o'clock a. m.; arrive at Hochester at 7 
o'clock P. M.; leave Rochester at 7 o'clock a. u 
(next day) and arrive at Winona in season for 
Boat to L» Crosse same day. 
Oolober 2S. IKtV4. ocMtf 

Silinul'aoturers .of anpcrlor 
540-VI* ANO OAlVL>LE», 

Kaglu street, near Upper Levee, 
.111 ill EST UABKKT PRICE PAIE KOK 

L^»a«'<l, Tallovr a.ii<l Grea«e 

f.HKAfM. IJanl-tvdAwi *. w. ruAKSoir. 



TBE4<!U A <'U 
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I r«rwa Af "V** 0«rSiflc»S«a, 

The Priss Printing Co. are now prqiared to 
ftmlBh Certifloates of SaleoflForfelted Luids, 
for the Auditors' sale ia Jannary next. 



U.S.7 30 LOAN 



By authority of thu Secretary of the Treasury, 
the undersigned ban assumed tbe tieneral Sub- 
scription Ageucy Ut tb<- sale of United States. 
Trt>asury Notes, beaiing seven and three-tenths 
per cent, interest pe ■ annum, known as the 

fc^even-T liirty I.^oa,iiL. 

These Notes are lisued under date of June 
15th, 1865, and are payable three years from that 
time, in currency, or are convertible at the option 
of he header into 

XT. S. 5-20 Siz per cent. 
aOXiD-BB/LRINO BONDS. 

These bunas are njw wurtli a ]<remium which 
increaees the actual profit on the 7-3U loan, and 
ita er,mption /roi.i Stute atiu ituniapal taxa- 
tion ad'ts from one tu three per cent, more, ac- 
coidiut; to the ratii le.yled on other proper^', 
Tbe interest is payajle semi-annually by coupons 
atladied to each note, which may be cut olf and 
sold to any bauk or junker. 

The inter.'st ainuunis to 

Mn<« <'«<n( iMTda.* uu •» f:»(> itole. 

Two «'«•«(•*■ '• l^IOO " 

Tfit *• %.><»«» " 

«0 " •' " l|ll.O«IJ» 

fl " '• " $j,4>«M» " 

Notes ol all the deuominltiuns named will be 
promptly furnished upon receipt of subsotipllons, 
and th.' notes forwa -d.'d al once. 'J he interest 
to IStb June nest will be paid lu advance. Thtels 

THE ONLY LOAN IN MARKLT 

Now olfered by tbe Ooverument, and it la confi- 
dently expceled that ils superior advautaf;eg will 
make it the 

Great Popular Loan of the People. 

Less than t!CO,iH»t,lKKi ol the Loan aichcriied 
by the last Congre-s are now on the matket. 
This amuurt, at tin lale at wbic-h it is being ab 
sorbt'il, wi.i be ^ub3cril>ed fut withlu ibe next 
four months, when tbe notes will undoubt- 
edly cuniuianil a prcniiuni, as baa unilormlv l>ern 
tbe ca.se on cluniu^ the sub^-criptious toother 
lx)aiis, 

in Older that rillzens of every town and sec- 
tion of the (■ounti> nmy be afliorded fatillti.'S lor 
taking the loan, the National liauks, Stale banks 
and private Bankers throughout tho country 
havegeueially agrenfl lo rective subscriptions at 
par, Subscribt-rs wiii seUct their own Agents, in 
whom they have co ilidence, aud who only aie to 
ba responsible for tie delivery of the notea for 
which they receive >rders, 

.J.%.V COOK 10, 
Sub.^cri|ittuu Ar:.^ul, IMiiladelphia. 





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BiiBsmirnoNHiviLi. v.K RKnaivRo by tbe 

First Nalloiiiil Bank of St. Paul, 

• AI'U iiV THE 

Second NatH.iialli'k of St. Paul. 

March sa, WA. ap7 liwd&w 

Tlie Ninth National Bank 

OK ill i: t ITY OF NEW YORK. 
CAPIVAC, $I,4!4>0.0<M» 1*AIU IIV. 

FI^iCAI. AiiENT OK I UF, IXirKD STATES, 
AnuSpucial. AuiiNT t'Oit Jay Coukk, Sltk- 

SCRl'Tin.^ AliK.NT, 

^Vtll<l*>liv«>r7>.10 If «»«»■ friMt •fcbftrirw 

by e>cpiesH, in all;)iitsoi i!i,- i-t/uutry, and re- 
ceive in payment iiheckM on Xnw Vorlc. Phila- 
delphia and Boston curreut bills, and all five per 
cent, interest uoies, with inteiest to date of sub- 
scripllou. OrJeis tent by ni:iil wUI Ik- proifipily 
filled. 'I'his BuuK r 'ceives I he accounts ot iianks 
and Itanlcers on lav<'rab!e leriu.s; aho of individ- 
utaJ!! keeping New Vork aeouut^. 
J. 1'. Illl.L Curlier. .1. U. ORVLS, Prcs't. 



MERCHANTS' DISPATCH. 

_^ m 

FA8T FREIGHT LINE! 

We would acatv cil the attention ot Mer- 
chants tu tbe indue ?ments odevtd by this wtlf 
kudwu Company Idr tli.< 

Transportatiou of Freight 

NEW YORK & BOSTON 

TO Tl 11^1 AVin^T. 

Running Their Own Cars 

over Ibi entire lonte, and 

H4ViiN<; T(ii<:iuouN a<;knts 

At all points oi traius-sbipmeu', ti.ey are enabled 
than an ^oompeiin^ route, 

While their Rales are Always as Low 

AS ANr 

t 

"A t^T.-lJ AIT. I^TISTK 

can orrKK. . 



It is a mMMityn Wra that this Company is an 

"Krpress" Comiacy, charging " Jixpress" 
rates. Uy a comptrisonof their printed tariils, 
It will be seen that their rates are lltr som" aa the 
regular Kail Road-i, 

O K, O C K «. S 



Will find it tbe los 

FIRST & SF.C<.>> 

both time ant 

improper ha 

Which is 

bu 

All orer-ehiirffrii 

settled on piefmli 

Merchants the troi 

to I'^stern A;;ents 

ry. If they even ref; 



I ronle by which to ship their 
or LASS fitlODS, saving 

wasti'g! ari.ainf; liom 
jdling, an anoo}°an..-e 
no small iti m to 
■liness men. • 

mil ettiims of tri-ry kiwi ar< 
Moil at our olUce, thus sa^inf^ 
ble and delay of a reference 
who are proverbially dilate 
>ond at all I 



MEHLCIIArVTH 

Will di wrll lo cTll at either of onr Kastem ofli 
oes before making contracts elsewhere, 

n. W. l«III.E.An, .Vxp'/, 
yua'aJo, N. V. 

A. ■•. 1.1 %'IRt«»TOV, Aaent, 
I', Hurray St., N. V. 
<■>. U. HintSICH, Atie^xi 

79 Wii.sbin^ton Street, 
Be 8 tun, Maaa, 



J. C. &H.C. BURBANK&CO. 



mclilO-.'fm 



At. K.NTK, SAlMi I'Ain., Minn, 



TOH 0AK.K. 

2,500 CKDAIIFKNOK POSTS, 

AT TlIK, IL'SKKR YAKU C F 

J. B. BAS9ETT 4 t ()., 
Minneapolis, Min. 
Oot. 16, 18M. t may is 

LKOKARl» 4:MllKini!.l>iiild«>ra.— 
Shop in old IJaiitist Church Itulidirjfon Fifth 
street, near .lackaitn. All kiixls uf Carpenter 
work done 10 order. 

MSHEIRC, A rclif««ct.— Office in tiie 
. same buildi dc as Leonard h. Siieire'a Car- 
penter Shop, cu Ki ih street, near Jacksuii. De- 
aif^ns, Plans and sp<ioiflcatiunsforbulldin{;s of ev- 
ery deeoriptloii, prepared on short notice. <lMlyl 



COMING TO HAIVD 



D A. I Xj -y , 



BOUGHT SINCE 



THE 



m OF HICHMOND I 



A^ND SELLIISTG 



Al MOST AS CHEAP 



A B 



BEFORE THE WAR 



A-X 



JOTllV [II. CA.JVII»»8, 



1-412 Third Street. 



mclii>l 



r^ANTEII MOTICK. 

We have a lot of the Larf^ett Fggs of the eea- 
sou, tip top lor Easier. 

Soiui! No. 1 cheese — good euouKh lor F.aaler. 

I'ickies, Canned aud Dried Fruits, and Ojstera 
— good for Kaster time. 

'ii:aj, Sugars, Coffees, Spicee— ali good and 
cheap, 

Fluur. Apples, Onions, Potatoes, Turnips, 
Diied Apples, Beans, Peas, Ac, ftc 

These goods will be offered at the lowest pot- 
»:ible price?, and if not sold before Raster, we will 
willingly wait on you any time afterwards and 
deli\ er them at your residences fTee of charge. 
UUOAX, RUNNErrK fcCO. 

.■^t. Paul, April 15, 1S65. marl7-ly 

FAKMIS rORSAXJET" 

IN COTTACJK GROVK, WASHIKQTON CO. 



One Farm of l.'(0 Acres, 

Kn>bracin>; both timber and Une prairie, asd iO 
acres uuLi-r (rood cultivation, with 

«iiOOU «»M'Kl.I.in« HOVIIK, 

Ci-liar, «'i->tern. Stable and Cranary— owned Xty 
R.C. Robinson. 

4>ii«' rarni of 138 Acres* 

Finbracir^ line timber aud good prairie land, 
with a baaalltul lake ol clear w ater— 50 acres un- 
d-r good cultivation, with good buildings, house. 
bam, stable, granar) and sheds — occupied by 
suh.-c:iber. 

Any one wishing to locate would do well to 
examine either of tbe alwve described premiaet 
beiurepurcna^iug elsewhere. 

K.-Qfjuire at Cottage uroveof 

J. W. FURBER. 

March W. hs^>. mar.W-lm. 

<vro ver Ss, Baker'tsi 

CKI.KBK\rKI) HlGHKSr I'KKMIUM 

SEWING MACHINES 



rUKKK ARK MORE OF THF.M IN USE 
THAN ANY OTHER MACHINE 
IN THE WORLD! » 



They will Stitch, S^am, Hem, Fell, Tuck, 
Kiutd, liiml, fold, aud t^ailt, and are 

The Only >Ia<"hin«» 

THAT WILL 

KmbToidei* Beautifully, 

Cull and see them, at 

260, Oreenleai's Block, 

THIRO STREET, .ST. PAUL. 



AIir.1 KINDS Ol^ 

MACTITTSTK WORK 

done, and satisfaction wartaated. 

Silk Thread, C^Joil. iSw;.-; 



notS-lv 



For Sale. 

Sa Ra QlfiR, 

G«nM AC«iktfor If tana tot 



ICJKI ICE! loc:! 



Tlie undrr»igued are prepared to deliver Ice to 
all their regular and tracslent customers at the 
tulluM iug rales for tbe seasoa of ItMij : 

FlfTSf CENTS PER 100 POUNDS. 
No less than tiftv cents per week for the amall- 
est quantity. Any person commencing to take 
K'c alter tbe tirst day of .. une will be charged one 
c.^i.t per pound on delivt;ry, or at the expiiation 
Ol>acb «eek, 

CHAS. SYMUNDS, 
JOHN H'AUEMER. 
apl3-d;!m 

lA^OOU. If AY A1VI» 1.1MB. 

C A . PKESGOTT.' 

I 'nco-sKor to PENNY & HEAQHAM,] 
. AVholeKale aud Retail Dealer in 

W^ood, Hoy &. I^ime- 

Wood rawfcd, split and delivered in any qaantl- 

ttty. Orders aoliciled and promptly attended to. . 

CflSce and Yard, comer Fourth and St. Peter 

streets. 

C. A. PRESC01T. 

aprlrt-.loi 



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FAIBBANK'H 

8TA«OAU> 

SUA LiCH 



AU«, WarehoueTruoka, IMtm • 
I*resaei,ft«.,fte. 
FAIUBARKS,GIlE£NL£AFftCO., 
lULakeSUeet.ChioMO. FOriAleUat.fML 
byJ.O.kU. O, Barlwnk t, Uo. 

R* oaraful tri hnv nnlv th<> ronaln'. at* 



mCUVHKHOVA mXVBS PAOl 

e37KA.MlCR SIZSRIDA^ 

Will run benoefortli refolarly oa the JfUsMOta 
fiver, A ue\fv iKMt for.pasMBgen and freifht— 
has two good bargea. L, W. POHD, Matter. 
R. McLaoas, Clei*. _ _ ^ 



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TJiE ??AUNT i'AUL DAILY PHE88, SATURDAY,^ APEIL 22. 1«65 




8b Sf^kt faul f ye^ 

rUBUtRED DAILY, TU'WKXELT A»D W«»H.T, 

Olfioe— >\.djoiniiiS tb.e Brid«». 



V*rM«:-DAILT PRESS— By infcil, $11.00 
per •nnum, or #1.00 per moath, invariukly tn ad- 
vance. 

TKI-WEEKLT PBBSS-t7 per annum; $3M 
for six moQths ; #1.75 for three montlis ; tiOc. for 
one month. 

WEEKLY PRESS— One copy, one year. #2.50; 
»ix monthm, #1.25; cluUt of four copie«, one year, 
#9.00; clulMot ten copieii, one year, #20.00; club« 
of twenty copieii, one year, #40.00. 

▲dBSTa von TUB PRBIM. 

The foUowin(( per!ion« are antborixed to aot ^M 
▲centa for the Py.Ksa: 

P. MoAbe, Minneapolis. 

W. W. Waie», St. Anthony. 

W.C. Williams, Montioeiia. 

J. M. Ro:)enberi{er. St. Cloud. 

Joshua 8inlth, Hudsun, WUooncta; 

T. S. Seymour, Hudson, Wi«oon«iB. 

U.H. Thomas Afton. 

W. W. Morj^, Lakeland. 

A. B. Kjititon, Stillwater. 

H. Kiedell, Farlhault. 

U. Jeukius, Jr., NorthHei 

U. U. Krost, Morthtieia. 

W. U. Wadsworth, Owatonna. 

L.. L. Twichell t Co., UaHtln|{«, 
J. M. McKee, Preacott, WUcona 

l>r. A. U..)oue!i, Ked Wlnt(. 

W.J.Arnold. Wahaohaw. 
T. J. Oulfy, Shakope«. 
1> L. Uow 
■' J. K. Moore, St. Peter, 
C. H. Slooum, Maukato. 
S. Eaton, Albert Lea. 
Kay M, William.'*, Garden City.' 
J. H. Welch, Winnebago City. 
C.J. Shortt, Aujtin. 
F. Greene, Belle Plaiue. 
J. E. Albaush, Cannon C^iy. 
J, Goward, Freeborn. 
C D. AdamS, Morridtown. 
C H. Mclntyre, Ked Wine 
J.H. Allen, Princeton. 
K. d. Bailey, suatou. 
A. McUench, UeoderitOD. 
Hill, l>uMin & Co, Blue Earth City. 



TO COUNTY OFFICERS. 



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NOW RKAJOV. 

Prepared by Offirial Authority. 
T ^ X D K K D S , 

For Jaaaary Sale, istU. 

MARRIAGE LICENSES 

AMi> 

OERTIFIOA.TES 

LNnKR 
LAW OJT 1965. 

r.ISXIIVO IVOTICK8. 

ASdKSSMKN'T ROLLa. 



The Press Priatinar Co., 

Are prepared to furnish the above and all other 
Deed*, Certaicatea.and Blanks required by Coun- 
ty Oificeri. Al«o, 

MABRIAGE REGISTRY BOOKS 



Made to order, any lize or style of binding, ac- 
CArding to pre«cribed form. 



PROBATE BLANKS. 



■4— r 



THE PRESS PRINTING COMPANY, 

To tnppiy a defloiency loagexiatlng, have printed 

and ready for dale the followiug Blanki 

for a«e In Probate Court : 

LETTERS OF GCAROIANSHIP, 
COMMISSIONERS' WARRANTS, (withoathl, 

REPORT OF COMMISSIONERS, 

APPRAISERS' APPOINTMENT, (with eatht,} 

INVENTORY AND APPRAISEMENT, 

SEPARATE INVENTORY BY WIDOW, 

ADMINISTRATOR'S nOND:i, 

COMMISSION TO .SETTLE CLAIMS, 

LETTERS OK ADMINISTRATION, 

WARRANT TO APPRAISERS, 

GUARDIAN'S BONDj, 

SALE BONDS, 

EXECUTORS BONDS, 

LETTERS TESTAMENTARY. 

For tale by the quire or single sheet. Address 

ntBMA PRISTIMO CO. 

PENSION BLA NKS 

ALSO BLANKS VOK 

BOUINTY AND BACK PAY. 

rrbe Press Prlntfuflr Co., 

Save now printed and offer for MUa 

Tbe Only Collection of Pension 
Blanks in the North^estt 

Embracing the following : 

PEIVSIOIV. 

CLAIM OF WIDOW, 

CLAIM Of MOTHER, 

CLAIM OF MISOH SISTERS, 

CLAIM OF MISOR BROTBRhA, 

CLAIM OF MISOH CRILURES, 
CLAIM FOR IS VALID FESSlOS. 

'Bonntj'- and Back Pay. 

CLAIM OF WIDOW. 

CLAIM 0¥ FATUBK,) 

CLAIM 0¥ MOTHER, 
CLAIM OK BRUTHEIUJ AND SISTER . 

SurtC^on's A.ffl<la^lts. 

PRICE 75 CENTS PER QDIRE-5 en's. EACH* 

4^ for »ale by the single sbeet, qnire or reant 
Ad Ire* • 
inbM PRESS PRINTING CO. 



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BOOTC UIIVDEKY 

ASD 

Blank Book Manufactory. 

I^e Press Printinic Oo, 

UaTalniaooeasfuloperatlonthelargestand moa 
complete Bindery in Minnesota, embracing the 
latestaudmostimproved machinery. Employing 
only competent and careful workmen, and using 
be best ntaterial, they hope to oontiaueto glvf 
Mtisfaotionto all. 

PAPER RULED ,TO ORDER. 

AaO TO AJIT rATTBBH, 

LEDOeSS, DAY BOOKS, JOURNALS, COM 

MERCIAL AND COUNTY BOOKS, AND 

BLANK BOOKS OF EVERY KINS, 

M ADB IX THB ■■8T MAMXBR, 

Old Books Xt.e-Ilound 

MAOAZINMa, FMBIODICALB, 
SfTJSIC, dec. aeo..| 

Bound in Any Styl* D^^rtd, 



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Ilaitroadik 



FIRST DIVISION" 

ST. PAUL & PACIFIC R. K. 

On and after MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7th, 
Paasenger Trains wil run aH follows : 

«ORM«) ITKKT. 

MORNING. 

LcaresSt.Pattl 8:00 am, 

Leaves St. Anthony 8 :49 a, u. 

Leaves Manoniin 9 :10 a , at, 

t.eaves Anoka. 0:43 a.m. 

Leaves Itasca 10:06 A.>!, 

Arrive at Klkl^iver 10::i3A. m. 

EVKNINQ, 

Leaves St. Paul i-.Miv, % 

Leaves St. Anthony 4 :i'0 f.-ii 

LaavM Manotuln 4:49 p. ti 

LMves Anoka 5:25 p. m 

Leaves Itasca 5:46 p. m 

Arrive at Elk River 0:05 p, m 

coiare kast. 

MORNINa. 

Leaves Elk River 7:45 A. m 

Leaves Itasca ti:06A.M, 

L,«aves Anoka 8:.Ua.m, 

Leaves Manomln tf :10 a.m. 

Leaves St. Anthony tf :46 a , m . 

Artv e at St . Paul 10 :25 a . m . 

EVENING. 

Leaves E!k River S:25 p, m 

Leaves Itasca 3:45 p, m 

l.eaves Anoka *;lu p. > 

L.eaves Manomin 4:45 p. k 

Leaves St. Anthony 5:15 p. ^ 

Arrive at St. Paul 5 -55 p.» 

TIi^KETS must be purchased at the Stations, 
or an extra rate will be collected by the Con- 
ductor. 

i>AiE,ir rREi<.iM-r thains. 

(ioing East A,M. 

tiolng West P.M. 

aplH-tf 1\ R. ■lEI.AMO, Sup't. 



S^mXtA f rop0$atisi* 



ActlMflT Aaalatasa* P. 91. «•■.'■ OMcc, 

St. PAt;L, April 13, 



■.'■ OMcc, ) 
}, 1886. ) 



\^\i Koule 



Ka.st aud 

VIA 



i^oiitli 



Rocht*sler and Winoua auil St. Peter 
K,AILl*OAI>. 

A Passenger train leaves Uooliester dally at 7: 
:>i) t. M . arriving at >^luuDa at 6 o'clock, f. m., 
Oijuuevtiug with the 

Minnesota Stage Co.'s Line 

l»r LaCrudse. 

tCeturniug, leaves Winouaat 6:30 p. m., arriv- 
lug ai icochester at 10 p. m 

I'asseugers by this route s>top over uisht at 
K^'Ohester aud make the same time to and from 
St. Paul as by the Kiver Koute, 

Kor Tickets apply to the Miunesota Stage 
Coa[)auy'sOt&ce. 

JOHN NEWKIili, 
declStf ll«|»«ria(«Ml«Mt. 



1;^1HIIT DlVtMIOM ST. f»Ari. AHU 
' PAcli-Ii; liAiLKUAU, 

l.A!<i> Uicp'T, Main asu Bkantu Links, t 
ST. Pali., Sept. 14, 1904, | 

NOTTC'K 
TO .'KTTLKKS ON R.K. IXm^ 

All persons claiming laud at Oovernmeut pric c 
who reside in the i'owiiships nauioU below, are 
hereby notifled that the Company has acquired 
the lee to the Railroad luuds located in said 
lown^hips, aud they are hereby re.{ulrcd to muke 
proof of their right to the lands occupieU by 
them, and mak<'pa)meDt iherelor according to 
the laws reguiatiug the same, 

Range, 

Towns 31, S2, 120 •>\ 

Towns 31,32, 33,tZ« 22 

Towns 31, Sri, 33, 34, IW, 120 23 

Towns 31. 32, S3, 34, 35, 118, lU, 120, and Sec- 
tions 1,5, and?, of Town 117 24 

Sections 1,3, 5,7, », 11, 15, 17, of Town 117 29 

And whole Towns I is, Utf, l.'O, 121, 32, 33, 34, 

S5 25 

Sections 1, 3, 6, 7, t, 11, 13, 15, 17, ot lown 

117 2e 

Sections 1, U, i:f, 23. 2ii, 35, of Down 118 M 

Sections 1, 11, 13,^3, 29, 35, of Town 11« 2ii 

WThole Towns 120, 121,3.1, M, 35 au 

Sections 1,3,5,7,9,11, 13, 19, 17,19,21, 23, of 

Town 117 27 

Whole Towns 120.121 ^ 

GEO. L. BECKER, 
Mplft-tf Land Ccmmissioner, 

^E - OPENING^ 

OB' THE 

G H E -A. T 

CENTRAL ROUTE 

No Passports Required ! 

ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 
1885, Passenger Trains via the 

MICHIGAN ( ENTUAL K. R. 

will leave Chicago at 

A:UO w. ■!. (Sundays excepted.) New York 

and Boston Express. 
3:00 p. ut. (.Saturda>^ excepted,) New York 
Slid Ito.-tun Express. 
10:00 p. ut, (Saturdays and Sundays except 
ed,) New York and Boston Ex. 

MAKIMO DIRECT CON.N'Bt'TlONS l-"OK 

All Points in New York, 
New England, 

Ann THK 

CJ A IV A 1> A H. 

H^ Passengers can rest assured that 
there will be no further trouble in yetliny 
into or through Canada. 

All Restrictions have been Removed 

During the temporary suspension of through 
traffic, the Michigan Central hsve placed their 
motive power, cars, track. &c , iu the most p< r- 
fect repair, aud are now prepared to give prompt 
time aud superior accommodations. Thanking 
the traveling public lor liberal patronage in for- 
mer times, we would respec:lully ask them to 
again try us, aud we promise perfect eatLsfaction. 

Fare as Low as that of Other Lines. 

For Through Tiokuts aud inlorniatiou apply at 
the Company's ol&ve in Trt-iuont Uuuse Block, 
and at the Uepo: foot of Lake street, Chicago. 
HMXHY <-. V«'E!l'rW'ORTlI, 

Uenertki Western Passenger Agent. 
mchl8 



SEALED PROPOSIALS 



In duplicate, will be received at thit ofiMvntll 



12 OVlook M., 



Wednesday, April 20lh, 1865, 



For the delivery of the following artleleg of 



HTATIOIVEltY 



AT" THIS OTT-F-ICK, 



III such iiuanlitles, monthly, as may be required 
lor use. 

Klauk forms for Proposals aha Contracts wil! 
be furnished by this uHioe, 

(Security will be requirfd for performance of 
contract. 

Bids from di:<loyal persons wil not be consid- 
ered. 
^amples of article 4 to accompany Proposals, 
The undersigned reseives the right to reject 
any or ell bids not deemed satisfactory. ' 

All CoLlract • iire subject to the approval ol the 
I'rovo.it Marshal (ieui-ral. 

l'aymi*nt will be made monthly lor articles fur 
uisheti. 

r: Kesnis Cup Pa| er. 
•JS Keuuis Letter Paper. 
:i Itiums Folio Post. 
1700O Ku\e opps,l!tficial. 
4;'iOo Kuvelopes, 1 etter. 
:! Reams r uvelope Paper. 
:<<'>Ouarts Hiack Ink. 
:'.u Bottles U>-d luk. 
7 Quarts Mucilage. 
2 Lftter Hooks, 
lit Gross .Steel Tens, 
325 Pieces Reil Tape. 
Ill l>Q.cen l.eud Peucils. 
5C Quires Blank Boi.ks. 
4U .shi-.ts Blotting Paper. 
■I Pound? Siealing Wax. 
1 Dozen Blue Pencils. 
I L'ozen Carmine Pencils, 
■i Dozen Penholders. • 
6 Dozen Klastic Bands. 

J NO. T. AVKRILL, 

lol.Uth Minn. Vols., 
A. A. P. M G., and 
Sup't Vol. Recruiting Service, 
ap'-ldllt 



OXJ^' YOXJTl, XWXTIVK8 

FROM TMF .MANUFACIURF.R, A^D 

Save Freight k Store Profits 1 



George Demerit A Oo. 



THR FOi.I.OWl!«ti SPt.KNDID LIST OP 

Watches, Chains, Gold Peus and Pen- 
oils, &c., worth $500,000, 

To be sold at ONK DOLLAR each, without re 
gard to value, and not to be paid until you know 
what you will receive. 

100 Gold Hunting Case Watches... each fioo.oo 

lOUtjold Watches ijo ofj 

200 Ladles' Watches :t6 uu 

900 Silver WHtchea $I5 0<J to $25.00 

600 Gold neck and Vest Cliaius. !2.o(i to IS.OO 
luOO Chaielain and Guard Chains 9.00 to If. iio 

3000 Vent aud Necli (haius 4 uo to l-tW 

4000 Solitaire Jet & Gold brooch's 4 uo to .\uO 
4000 Coral, Lava, Garnet, '■ 3.00 tn tUM 
7000 Gold,.Iet,Opal,ftc, Ear Drops 3 oo to »oO 
6uOO Gents' Breaft & Scarf Pins. 3.u<J to b.UO 

6000 Oval Bund Bracelets 3.0O to 8.00 

20U) Chased Bricelets 6.00 to 10 00 

:i500 Cal. Diamond Pins & Rings, 2 90 to M 00 

2000 tJold Watch Key* 2 00 to fi.OO 

SCOO i;olitaire SI. Hut. & Studs.... 2.00 to K.OO 

3000 Gold Thimbies 4.00 10 6.00 

9000 Miniature Locket.H 2.00 to 7.00 

'iOoO Miuiuture Locket.H, magic... 4.00 (o W.bO 
2900 (iold r»othpicks,( rosses,&0 2 00 to fi.tXi 

8000 Fob and Ribbon Slides 2.00 to 9.00 

9000 Chased Gold Kings 2.00 10 9 00 

4000 Stoue Set Kings 2.00 to 6.00 

6900 Sets Ladies Jewelry , Jet aud 

Gold 5.00 to 15.00 

AOOOSets Ladies Jewelry, varied 

styles 3.00 to 19.00 

(tOOO Gold Pens, Silver Case aud 

I'encil 4.00 to 8.00 

4uuO Pens, Gold Case It I'encil. . . 9.00 to 10.00 
6000 Gold Puns, Gold mounted 

Holder 2.00 to 6,00 

All the goods iu the above list will be sold, 
without reservation, FOR ONK DOLLAR 
EACH. CertlUcates of all the variout. aitlcles 
are placed in similar envelopes and scaled. These 
envelopes will be sent by mail, or delivered 
at our office, without regard to choice. On re 
celvlng a certificate you will see what article It 
represents, and it is optional with you to send 
one dollar and receive the urticle named, or any 
other in the Ujt of the same value. 

In all transactiOLS by mall, we charge for for- 
warding the certiticates, paying postagaand do- 
ing the ouslneos, 25 cents each Five certiUcates 
will l>e sent for ^1 ; eleven for J2; thirty for $9; 
sixty-five for $10; aud oue hundretl for (15. 

We guarantee entire aatisfaotiou iu tvery In- 
stance. 
AU£NTS Special terms to agents. Address 

GliXJRGF DEMLKiT k CO., 
feb21-2mdAw 303 Broadway. N . T, 



c. J^ Ha jLiu 

MAS OPKMiCn A 

TRUNK MANUFACTORY! 

AND 19 ALSO MAKINO TO OROXR 

Buggy, Carriage &. Team Harness. 

A Large variety always on hand. Also 

Vali?ie!4 and Trareliug Bag!^ ! 

^ I.. 8 O 

MLITARY SADDLERY I 

AC3-TCNT FOR 

Henry and Ballard Rifles 
and Cartridges. 

«9> REPAIRINU of all kinds on TRUNKS, 
BARN E.SS, Ac, neatly and promptly done. 

Having commenced mauufacturinir all my own 
work. I would respectfully eollcit a share of pub- 
lic patronage. My material Is bought direct rrom 
the lirst bauds, and made up. by good workmen 
under my own m.Tnagenient, and hence I am 
prepared to \vo:k 1 jw and make the best of work. 
I have also constantly on hand 



A\rH: I 3r»S, 

WHOLESALE & HETAIL, 

and a large assortment of 

Hiidtller^' Hardware 

49* Remember, 

UNION BLOCK, Cor. THIRD A ROBERT Sta 
langa ly 

«EC01V0 

National Bank of St. Paul. 



1 his Bank is now fully organized with a paid 
uji capital of Two Hundred Thousand Dollars, 
aud is open for the transact ion of a general Bank- 
ing and Exchange business, ColUction.s upon 
ull scoessible poiuts iu the Northwest will be 
made and remitted lor on day of payment at cur- 
rent rates of exchnuge. Highe.-^t Market Kates 
paid lor Gold, hiiver, and Foreign Exchange. 
1 his Bank is an ugeot tor subscriptions to the 
popular United .otate.s 7.:tO lx>an, and these notes 
will at all tiin^s be kept ou hand for sale In sums 
of from Fifty Dollars upwards. 

E. S. EDGEKfON, PretidenL 
JOHN NiCOLS, Vice President. 

D. A. MONFORT, Cashier. 



DIRKCrORS: 



.lOHN NICOL><, 

J. II. SrKWAKT, 

H. PKE.SLEY, 

«'. H SCHIJRMEIER 

P. HERKEY. 

I. C. tiKORGE, 

E. U. EUGERTON, 

St. Paul, April 10th, 1806. 



n. DAY, 

N. B. HARWti«)D, 
J. B. BRADkN, 
JU.:*El'H DAILEY, 
F. R. SMI TH. 
ISA*C SIAPLICd, 



ap9'lm 



UK^v MAHUJCACTonir or 



BOOTS & SHOES. 



HORACE R. BIOKLOW. CiRltKNLKAFCLARK. 

Biflfelo^vr &, Olcu-k, 

ATTOBHET8 fc COUNSELLORS AT LAW. 

OSm 1b B«mhelmer Block, Third atreet, 
Apl4ia St. Paul, Mian. 



J. W. Oow & F. Prandt 

Have tsken rooms over 1.. SEMPKR'S, on Third 
street, and having b'^ught the entire Maculae 
turlDg Department of MesKr.". W..I. Smith It Co, 
and Louis .*'emper, are prepared lo make to or- 
der all kinds ot Bjots and Shoes iu 

A FIRSTCLASS MANNER, AND 
EQUALIOANY DONE in the NORTH WEST. 
Their lung experience, aud the ability and 
number of their workmeu enable them to make 
to order in the l>8st style, and ou the shortest 
notice, all kinds of 

LADIF..S' BOOTS AND SHOES, 
KID BALMORALS, 

CONGRESS BOOTS, »c. 

Gents' Fine French Calf Boots. 

SEWED A PEGGED. 

4l#-AII kinds of repairing neatly done..eV 
Mr. DOW' has long had charge ot the Manufac- 
turing Department of W.J. .Smith 4 Co., and 
having aiisociated himself with Mr. BRANDT, 
would invite especial attention to the beauty and 
finish of their manufactures. 

4»- Orders to be left at L. SEMPER'S, on 3d 
street near Wabasha w. m23-lm 



D 



K E R K * S 



CKLKBRATIilD 

For smla by 

NICX3LS, DEAN A Ct)., 
Mv20-tt Agents tor ■-». Pawl. 

piRENCH'S HOTEL, 
On the European Plan, 

Opposite the City Hall Park, Cor. or FRAax- 

FORT STKRKT, NRW YORK. 

ftpaoloag Refectory, Bath Rooms, and Barber 
Shop, Bed-Rooms warmed gratis, and onlv one 
bed in a rooqi. Do not t>elieve runners or naok- 
■aen who say we are full. Seryants are not al 
UmedtoraoeiTepergaliltM. apl9-ly 



T YON'S PERIODICAL DROPS 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, 
LY^ON'S PERIODICAL DROPS, 

THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY, 
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY, 
THE GREAT FEMALE REMEDY, 

ARE NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER, 
ARE NATURE'S GREAT RESTORER, 
ARE NATL RE'S GREAT RESTORER, 

Aud always remove 

OBSTRUCTIONS OF NATURE. 
()B.srKi;CT10NS OF NATURE. 
OB.STKUCTIONS OF NATURE. 

Being a sciontificaliy prepared 

FLUID PREPARATION, 
FLUID PREPARATION, 
FLUID PREPARATION, 

THEY ARE BErTER THAN PILLS, 
THEY ARE BETTER THAN PILLS, 
THEY ARE BEPfERTUAN PILLS, 

And are, in the most obstinate caset, 

SURE TO DO GOOD,' 
SURE TO DO GOOD, 
SURE TO DO GOOD, 

ANDCAN»:f»TDf) HARM. 
AND CANNOT DO HA KM. 
AN D CANNOT DO UARll. 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS 

Arc safe at all times, except during prognancy 

LYON'S PERIODICAL, DROPS 

Observe caiefuily the directions around eadi 
bottle. 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS 

Are no "got up compound"to Impose upon pub- 
lic credulity but the prescription of Dr. John L. 
Lyou, now practicing pliyHician in New Haven, 
Ct., at 1V*5 (:iiup<'l street, who guarautees their 
efficacy, will answer all correspondence concero- 
Ing them, ami ull other Hpecialities, aud give paT' 
ticular dir>'t'tiuiis ul' all piivate disi-a.ses unu f*-- 
male complaints, |i<-rsonally or by mail. 

Dr. John L. I.rou'sdi^-covery, known as Lron'st 
Pi>:Klotit(-.\t, Dkui-.s for lemales, stand befor« 
the public to-day, t<ii|ii'rior as a diuretic, uui-ur- 
pas;ied aa u .'<po^'illc, tor the cure of all harrasi'iug 
female complaints, compounded from a formula 
that is the result of his extensive experience 
and by hiiuguurante<'d to remove all Irregulari- 
ties or sui>pr>>ssed nature, aud warranted sate at 
all times, exi'e^it when in ceituin siiuations, par- 
ticularly ex plaiuid iu the directions uruubd eadi 
bottle, wliii'h all Khould ciirefully read ano uiw 
durstand. 

LYON'S PEUIODICAI, DROPS cost but a 
tritie, and their worth, iu comparison to their 
cost, is like goM to sand. 

Doctor Lyon a.sks >uu who are sutfering from 
irregularities wlil-yiiu not make one more trial of 
his renowued Periodical Drops, whica he war- 
rants will satisiy you In every inslance, 

LYON'S PERIODICAL DROPS are sold by 
Druggists everywhere, iu city, village and coun- 
ry, at $1 per buttle, or all orders by mail will be 

8 romplly attend- d to by Uk.JOHN L. LYON, 
lew Haven, Ct. 

T.01«r> &; SMITH, 

WUOH'SALE DRUGGISTS, 

S3 I^ake t^treet, Chicago, 

fftaa my'-'O-ly General Western Agent. 

CHEROKEE PILLS 



o 




HEALTH PRESERVER 

CERTAIN AND SAFE. 

n>r <A« Kemnval of OMructiont and the Inturanet 

of Regularity in tiie Kecurrtnce of th* 

MontfUji reriixU. 

leW They cure or obviate tfatse nnmeroai dts- 
eaa<.-«, that spring from Irregularity, by removing 
the Irreinilarlty Itself. 

fg^ They cure Suppreaspd, Excessive and Pain 
(ul Menstruation. 

ty Tlipy cure Oreen Sickness (Chlorosis). 

CB'~Tliey cure Nervous and Spinal AllVotlons, 
paius In llie back, and lower parts of the bo ly. 
He.ivlness, Fatljrne on slight exertions, llilpitati-m 
•\f thei H'urt, l/nwnfit uf Spirit*, uysltrin, .'luA 
litiiiUtfhf, tf/'iJi'te-Kjt, etc., etc. In a word, by re- 
movin;; the Irregulnrity , they remove the cause, 
anil wltli It ii.i. the efffcts that siirlnK from It. 

X3S^ Comj>o«>"'l M simple vcijetalile extracts, they 
ooiiiain nothlni; deliterlous to any conriitutlor 
howi'V'T di-llcate, ihctr function being to Hnhatilub. 
itrenctli for weakr.eM, which, when properly OBed, 
itiey (.■•ver f;»il tu lo. 

ty* They may r>c safely used at any axe, and at 
any period, kxokpt ucrixu tui riasTTBRta Hoxtbs, 
during which the unfailing nature of their action 
would lnfKllll,ly PREVS.ST pregnancy. 

iST" All letters seeking luformation or ady'-ie will 
be prumotly, freely and discreetly answered. 

X'y ^ull directions accompany each box. 

t^ Price %\ jier box, or six Ixjzes for I&. 

l-.j'" SeLt by niall, free of postape, on receljjt ul 

y3ff~ Pamphlets sent hy mall free of postage, by 
DR. W. R. MERWIN & CO., 

63 Liberty ."^t., New York, Proprietors 



DR. WRIGHT'S 

RBJiiimimc- ELIXIR : 



Or, ESSENCE OP LIFE, 



Pr«pAr«d from Pur„ VejcetAbI* Extraou 
Ins noUitiia liilurlous ttf t.*c- 
iau*t tletloat^ 



•oiitalu 





" V< tlie I'hivnlx r^* 

rt-eii froni ttie a«hcn ofltA Ore, "'■*' 
•nlmiiled iillli new lir,-" — i>a doMthI* Klli- 
ir rejuveuuta the vyAtera ttn«l arereoae ill»euii«> 

|y The Rejuvenntin)? Kllxlr Is the result of mod 
era discoveries iu the vei.'etal>lc kingdom; t>einf 
au entirely new and alistract method of cure, Irres 
peelire of all the old and worn ont systems. 

X^^ This mediciio.- has been tested by the inosi 
•miiient medical men nf the day, and by them pro 
nouuced lo be one of the greatest medlcsd dlsoflverlef 
of I lie aire. 

P^>f- One botti', will cure general Debility. 

\iff A few dos«'9 cures Hysterics In females. 

f^y- (Jne bottle cures Palpitntloa of the Heart. 

X'fT' Krom one to three bottles restores the manll- 
nci« and full vljror of youth. 

pg^ A Kew doses restores the appetite. 

|3gf- Three bottles cure the worst case of Impo- 
teiicy. 

X^ff~ A few doses cures the low spirited. 

ly- One bottle restores mental power. 

fTS^'^ .'"""' '''"^J restores the nrguns of generiition 

t?if \ few doses bring the rose lo the cheek. 

tSf This medicine restores to manly vl^or and 
robutt health the poor debilltHted, worn down and 
ie^]■:■^iI\ng. 

|^~ The INtless, enervated youth, the over tank 
ed man of business, the victim of nervous depression, 
the Individual suflering from general deldlity, w 
from wejik;iai.<! of a girvjle nrgan, will all And Iniuie 
dl.ile and parmanent relief by the use of this Kli\li 
or Ks.ience of Life. 

ty Price, t'iper bottls or three bottles for t^, 
and forwarded by Kxpreai, on receipt of Aioiiey 
to anv aildress. 

t^Ttie rherokee PUN and Kejii> 
veiiatlUij; Kllxlr, arc sold by all enterpri:<i!i|^ 
Dnm';;!-'!-! In the civilized world. Some anprlnolpb-d 
dealers, however,''try to sell worthless compound.- 
In place of these ; those which they can pur.hase iii 
a cheap price, and make more money l>y •••II 
Ing, than tlicy can ou these medicines. As you valu. 
your h.'ttlth, aye, the health af your future oil 
•prlnir, do not be deceived by such unprincipled 
Drug^'IslH, ask fiir f'i«s medicitvi iind ttite n,i Uli 
irt. If the Drugglflt will not buy them for you, en 
close the money In a letter, and we will send then; 
to you by Expres*, securely sealed and packed, fre» 
from ol)servallon. 

Ladles or Gentlemen can address us lo petfivl 
eonfldenee, slatinK fully and plainly their iliieasej 
and symptoms, as we treat all dlsca.-!es of a chroui< 
nature in male or female. Patients need uot hesi 
tale l)ec»u»e of their I nubility to visit us, as we have 
triutej palli'uts sucoi^-iiiriilly in all |K>rlions of tn^ 
cltiliied (;lot>», by corrcfpon lence. 

Patients ad>lre8i>ln>; us w'll piea-se state phdnly al' 
the symptumttor thilr complaints, and write I'osl 
uffice. County, t^tate and name of writer, pl.iio, wnl 
Uiclose postage Stamp for reply. 

)¥■■ send our 8"2 txi(/< I'iimt'hUt free to any ad 
dress. AJdreis all tellers for Pamphbtsor aJvb il. 
the proprietors, 

J, Or. W. R. MERWIN A CO., 

•V ri.,. W l.ll..Tty -.trL-et, N.-w V.:rk, 

EDWARD H. BIGGS, 

I3RUGGISa\ 

Sole WhoIcBiio aud Retail Agent for Siint Paul 
to whom all frdeig must be addressed. 
ly8-lvd&weoW'lu th A sat 



Saint Paul iMarble Works. 

Cop. or Third <Sf Kxchan«« Stfi., 

(Near the uld Americiin House.) 

AU kinds of MARULK W ORK done to order. 

Particular attention given to CX1NTRACT3 

for large MONUMKNT.S, or any kind of FANCY 

or PLAIN MONU-MKNTAL WORK. 
ALL WORK WARRANTKD. 
4^ Now is the ticie to leave your Spring or- 
der*. 

C. M. AI.I>RtCH. 
feb25-ly Agent tor the Company. 



IMoi-oliaut Tailor, 

Jackson Street, between Third Sreet and Leye«, 
Saint Paul, Minnesota. 
N. B.— Dyeing, dealing .Silk and Velvet good* 
and all other goods. Particular attention paid 
to the Steamboat trade. Will buy and seU mo. 
ond band olothini. noTl>-lf 



IS04. •**- 18«4. 

COOLKY, CARVER & CO., 
WHOLESALE GROCERS 

IMPORTERS AJSIX) DEAXlERS IN 

FOREIGN AJSTD DOMESTIO LIQtJOR8, WHSTES 

CIGARS, &0., &0. 

•Jaxskson Street, bet-vreen H^evee o-ndL ITxird, 

\*a\tt 8.AJNT l»ATTrj. 

B . I> R E S T. -C Y^^ 
IVo. ISO THIHD STR,EET, ST. FAXJL, 

AGhENT FOR 

Dnpont's Celebrated Griinpo^vder. 

ALL ORDRRS, LARUR OR SMALL, FOR 

Blastinv, Rifle, Diamond (jrain, and Duck Spurting, 

I»roinptly Filled. A-lso i^Lgent for 
CiRldM'OIiU'a CEItKBRATkll 

Oi'anges, LeMaons, Fancy !Pmnes, Fig.s, 



Itw&iiak'fi Cotemn. 



1 8 O 5 . 



TS Barrels New Dried Apples, "York State" 
aud Oh'o growth. 
. *> Boxes W. R. Cheese. 

«0 Half Boxes H. R. Raisins, New. 

^O Boxes Layers, New. 

A large lot of New Garden Seeds. 
44kO Boxes Kanuy Caudv. 
«tO Boxes New (.'auued Fruit*. 

ti Kegs Mew Prunes, 



'ti Bales belt Navy Oaknni, 
t& Barrels New Hominy. 
'<& Kegs New i'eail Bailey, 
a Barrels New .Split Peas. 
ftO HuBhcIs small Wliite Army Keans, 
SO Half-barrels White Huh, new. 
30 Barrels and hulf-tsrrpls Mackerel, 
30 do do do Heriing, 



A.nd every article usually kept by a Gt-rocer. 

B. I»«ESLEV, 1«0 Third Ht., St. I»ai\L 

mobl-Am 



CUTTER, SECOMBK & CO., 

flAVJi: iiiaTABLUHED X 

WHOLESALE PAPER WABEHOOSE 

In thlioity, in oouneotlca with thair 

I*A.¥»ER I»tIl^IL., IIV ST. A.lVX'HOl^ Y, 

Aad desire to ealltbe attention of buyers to tueir 

Immerisie Stock of 

i.K'(-TBB, NOTB AND CAP PAPKR, fcN VKLOPES, ROOK AND NEWS PRINT, FLAT AVf' 

At.L RtNUU Ok WRAPl'^lNti PAfliJtS, FEIMT£RS* AND t\Rnti«<l INRii 

AN U VLOIDS, t KNS, PKNGILS, Ac, An, 

Agouti for 

IJREENLEAK & TAYLOR'S MANUFACTIIRINIJ COMPANY 
We will Bell as low as Eastern Jobbers with Freight added 

TUB HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR 

PAPER RAGS. ROPE, OUNNIES ft OLD NEWSPAPERS. 



MM-tf 



0<fio« No. aaO Tbird-St.. St. JPau.!, Min. 



THE GALENIC INSTITUTE. 

^nd I^innesota. Hospital. 

ESTAIiLlSHKD 1850, FOR THK TREATMKMT OF 

DISKASK.S OF mil URINARY ANI> SRXtJAl. HYSTF.MS, AND IX- 

conpoRATF.n nr thk lkgislatvrf. ja ih«i, offivf. /a cox- 

CEUT HALL ULOrK—near the Post Ojftc. 

DR. WILLIAMS, the Consulting Surgeon of the above Institution, has 
just published a Manual of Sexual Diseases, a large book or:<.50 pages, and over 
^ 100 engravings. It is the only book ever published which gives a truthlul de- 
fscriptlon of ^permator^hea, Venereal Diseases, Female Coiiiphiiiits, anil all din- 
'^ eases of the urinary and reprodultive organs of men :ind women of whstever na- 
ture, including the solitary hah ts of both sexes, and their d'>plorable couse- 
(juences on the mind and body, impotence, loss of power, and the secret inflrini- 
ties of youth and manhood, the physiology of marriage, »c., v.'illi new and ."ue- 
cessflil methods of treatment for all the above cases. Mailed in a plain seaUd 
wrapper for one dollar. 

t(g- Descriptive Circulars containing valuable information to the afflicted who wish to avoid 
quackery, mailed in a sealed envelop on r<!eeiptof 10 cents. Also aparaplvlet for ladles, price 5 ct'uts. 
All communications conlideutial, and will reach the consulting surgeon by addressing 

TJHK eAX.HSIC UfSTlirC'Te, Saint Paul, MiuuesoU. 




XyE WOULD Bl':3FECl'FULLy 

oall the attontion of oar old otistoners, aRd ti'e 

pnbllo gonorally to the following advertlsemect, 

oompridln^ soke of tbe leading artiola«, whio!i, 

(with Increased ftioiiltleg,) we oifer to the trade : 

M>0 bbls. Reotiiied WhHky. 

1«N* bbU. Old R] e and Bonrbon Wblsky. 

lO bbls. HoUand Gin. 

«• bblB, Neotral Spirits. 

1«» pipes and eighths do. Cognlaa Brandy.) 

<ft )4 pipes Cherry, Madeira and Port Wina. 

frO baskets Champagne, 

<M» cases Claret t nd SanteruA Wine, 

6<H» M ohoioo bruuUs Cigars. 

S4H> o^ses Cove t>y3tcr«. 

iO cases \i and S Jaruinns 

Ut ptiukagcs Pruiex, 

1<* bblH. Xauto C« !^Mwt«, 

frO bog4h;iads Btv.wu Uogar, 

«»«* bbls. Retieec Sugar. 

<«*«> pnotages M( lasseeand 8rmr*J 

•S baj^a Peppor and Spioe, 

«i«» boxes Uovuriimeut do,, assort«\d. 

MH»Ha.D.C3.pc. 

iOOOgfOksSa-t, 

Iik<MM»lb9. Bar .ead. 

lOO boxes Bai>b tt's and Da Laisd'i 

lOOU kegs of N( Us and Spikes. 
» 

ftO* boxot^ assort «d Window 01a«s,| 

ttfrcaeoB ('"Insks. 

»«»«» oolla Hanilli Rap.> 

100 dozen Bad Curds. 

3& pairs assorted tilook*. 

&0 bains Oaktsm. 

14* barrels Pltoh. 

1000 packages V'agan Gear, 

!»«» barrels Carb m Oil, 

M>«> dozen Palnt< d Palis and 1 acs, 

lOO barrels Driai! Kmlts, assorted, 

«SO packages assc rl Ad Teas, 

«a» sacks Rio Coflee, 

10U barrels Uron td Coffee. 

ftO sacks Old Uov«rnmeBt Java Coffee, 

aoo paokuges, ast orted brands, ring Ti t«coc. 

tf«0 barrels Pine Jut Smoking Tobac 

40 kegs Gold Leaf Tobaooo. 

<&0 boxes Soap. 

SOO Doxes assorted Candlee, 

Of tho above art ules onr friends wtU always 

Qnd as r<fady and willfng to 

nhow thciu. 

J. C. ft H. G BURB ANK & Co. 

Corner of Low.»r L«vccan<iaibl.iy stroflt, 
«v«l It 81 . Paul. Minnesota. 



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f55I.NNK.HOTA STAGE C'^MPANV. 
rA.SSllNGRR LINK. 



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FIRE AND MARINE 

IIVSURANCE. 



CURTIS & ETHERID&E, 

191 Third St.. St. Paul. 



"GREENBACKS ARE GOOD," 

BUT ROBACK'S ARE BETIVEU. 



The aggregate capital of Fire la^urance repre> 
seated by us amounts to 

$13,600,243.56. 

All losses io the State are seiiUd by us as soon 
as proofs are prepared. 

Goods and Merchandise 

INhllRKD WUILK IN TRANSIT, 

Both on river and lakes. We hope, by prompt 
attention to every branch of the insuraace busi- 
ness, to merit the eonfldenee and patronage ol 
the public. 

Cnrti«i * irth«»ridKe. 

octt fdiy : 

BROOKLiVAf 

LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 

Montague Street (near Court), 

BRooKi.Yisr, xk;w vork. 

And I-ll Hroaslwiay, Mfw 1 orb, 

CASH CAPITAL, $125,000. 

OH TUK IWE^TVAI. I*JU.A1«, 

EUhty per cen!. of the prdlils go to the assured. 
The directors of this s<iui.d aud reliable last i 
tutiou are eotn|iosi-d • f the niort sulisluntial < Iti 
lens id' Kr-'Okiyn and New York. l< xxn ludiic«< 
ments nre oilt'-r> d by this Coiupany fur these 
seeking l.ifo insurance. 

CURIiflAN B>UCK, President. 

Rli lt.VKt> 11. U iKl«i.N<i, Secretary. 
n, CiOllltfl.V, IMi. Ag<ut f'>i Minnesota. 
A. Ci. BHIitHIXK, MwIi.hI i xaminer. 

KL Paul, March tf, Ittftri. nichlO ^m 

~ M7i^ NidHOLS, 

AOKNTOF 

Metropolitan Ins. Co., 
Lorillard In.«=t. C*o., 
Phopnix rMai'iuel Tn.«!. Co. 

> OF NKW YORK. 

Ilotne Insurance Co., 

OK NKW UAVKN. 

Mutual Benefit Life. 

OF NkWARK, N. J. 

OScff 3d St. a«U*ialar !IIarvlB'a 8tar«, 

St. Paul, Minn. apl.My 




STOMACH BITTKRS. 

Ten thousand bottle' 
sold in oue montli. The. 
most popular Stomach 
Bitters in use. 

ROBACK'S BTTTLtiS. 

Good for Ull derange- 

nieut of the bl.:-.""'^, 
Biliousness, Liver Com 
plaint, and General De- 
bility, 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

They possess wonder- 
ful tonic propcrtie.-! . jrlv 
ing tone to tlieappeliie 
and digestive organs. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Dobilitated'I.Jtdie8 and 
iortentary persons wid 
ind in them an excellent 
tonic. 



ROBACK'S BITTEUS. 

A wlneglassfViI before each meal will remove 

Indigestion and all liver diseases. 

ROBACK'S Bl'lTKUS, 

They are beUertliauAll I'ills.l'owilerR, and other 

nauseous, disagrt'iiable compound: , 

• ROBACK'S BITTKRS. 
They can be takeir witlioutr<>gar<l to ili. t , A s an 
appetizer they liave im einia). 

ROBACK'S Bir'i'KRS. 

They are prepared by an old aud Kkilliul pliysi- 
Oiaufrom well-kn'owu vegf table renK-Uies. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Wherever known they lisve become a slondard 

family ftrenglheuing remedy. 

ROBAC^K'S BITTKRS. 

Try and youone bottle, u \\\ always tise thrm and 

recommend them to others. 

ROBACK'S BITTERS. 

Q, W. R('B.\rK, Compound. T ol Siomach 

Blt'ers, Blood 1-uritier, nn.l Itlo.id IMta, and Dii'- 

tlllerand Manuflicturer of tlatawba and Swedish 

Brandies, and all kindn of the ttnesl domestic 

liquors, whioh aro sold wholesale or in any de. 

sired quantity; at Mos. 5(i, 58, «>0 and <)-.: Flaot 

Third-st., Cluoinuati, Ohio, lot sale by Drug- 

Kists and Di-alers iu Medicine everywhere. 

mch22-ly 



T&e roeaa are t 
hcr.ies, i;;)noord Co 
rienood drivers, alt 
tent atrenlt'. 
■CHKnu:.!-. u» d:;; 

I'Vt Hastingp, K 
Wfthashaw, Minnei 
at f'^i o'clock A. St, 
For Kt ill water— 1" 
Kor .Shahopre, .1 
Plain, iienrierson, J 
Sioux, St, Veteran 

A.M. 

Vw RosATT.oont, I 
noTi City, Taribault 
Owatjima, coun'>o! ' 
«t. Mary's, Wi- .^ 
<^iso tor 'J> <* 1. (kf 
tOrvil'.e.Rocl' 'sW, 
at 4 A. V, 

For ' —ustrian 
.".: , . Jweiio, Clean 
Cloa(<— Dall- ,at 7. 

For j^auk iiapids, 
Crow Wing—." nd 
dare at 7 o'clock a. 

For Blchmond, 
Chipp'j^va Pomme 
/Vbercromrie. 3Ion> 

For Little Canad 
Uondays, Wodoeed 
A. v., 

Forfurther fartU 

rtacoon riiirdiitra 



ell stocked with bxt\ oiatt 

aches, with careful litid exp-^ 
mder th-s control of compra 

AKTFKtv.s reo-.f n.\txT fAut.; 
.d Wing, Lake City. Keed'i 
ika, Winona, aad LaCroef* 

aiiy.atSA, M. ; .. 

01 dun, St. Lawrftr.GC. Bnl> 
-0 .Sae-ar, Otiavra, Traverse de 
1 Manka^o— Daily at 4 o'clock 

;artl9 . . ->nhfl'-M, Can 

Me.'.'i •. . •.!. . K.ilis ai!^- 
-.; r., Cv/jt..,aD.- ;: Wilto; 
la^'o /p-ia-y '.i-u >iui.!v£U^: 
. f^-.-ejuoti. ■•*3«in|8, Jliani 
Jti&4t6.a, tod "tfiuoia ~ r^ . ; !• 

.tnoUi, Orcnc, Criasdo 
ixtcr, tiv.. Augusta fcad tt. 

"oli/ Prairi.i, Fcrt Blplcy ac? 

Lys, Waaiii'sdayti Bt<t Fri- 

a 

Sriii: Ceotrv 7 TfKSi'JrLN 

lo 'lerri? f'j '•^wraMj??, l'"or 

lays aa ' ' '-i - '.%_• jt r 

I, Columbrto. Sunrise city- 
iys and l<riday», at7o't:ici 

iilarti inqnireat tlie Ueuerai 

J. C, aLiiiB>VNlL &CX). 
ProDTictorb. 



P O R T n .«!: CARS 



A UCTMOK— •A'VIJJBDAY MORNING. 

ALFRED MOORB, opposite the Post office, 
will Mil at MCtioa Bedsteads, Wooden Cbairs, 
Lounges. Mattresses, Crooks, Carpets, ftc, Also 
two good Mares and one Horse, 
Sale at ten o'clock. ^ < 



DOCTOR 3IGEIsOW. 

# OIBm 179 South Clark Street, # 

Comer of Monroe, CMTTCulLaO, TT.^^ 
- Foat OlBoe Box, 11S4. 

West should bo worth 
reading. It is sent in 
plain scaled envelopes, 
frceof charpe. Almost 
every case can be treat- 
ad by mail. Medicines 
sent to auy address. 
Ladies, seiiJ for Jescrip- 
tivo CiiTuUir of i Vjiarie 
Uemidt, the latest and 
bfst preveutritive of 

coucsplion knuwu. 



All Chronic and Sexu- 
al Uiieasea of a Private 
and Delicat* Nature, 
treated with unparal- 
leled snccesa. Dr.Bige- 
low's t^uide to Uenltb, 
for ladies and gent I e- 
man, is published 
monthly. Send fur it if 
you think the writings 
of a pbysicInD wbnoe 
reputation eztttudi 
t)^ougbout the entire 



Roomi Separata for Ladies and Gentlemen. 

OOKSULTATION AT QFFICB, FBaB. 

A Omcs H«ima :— From 9 a. m . to 8 p. m. ^ 

gpermatofTkoaa or Nervous Debility, a cure 
warranted. 



Onr Omnlbaaiies \ ir;ii run to aud ft om the pt U, 
w'Si>ai ilolAlti aud B. uls in oouneolioii vtlvU -ihs 
.rains of the' 

ST. PAUL ANli I'ACIKItJ KAILROAD. 

Pasisngers and biggag'swl!! b» i^allei* for '.v 
>n Wv-r to orders 1(Mt at the Aim ric--j-,interBO- 
'loivtland Merchant?, or at ouroiJte. 

lyl J. C. BURBANK h. CO". 



THE NEW YORK AND LIVERPOOL 

rETKOLKIIiVl COMPANY, 

CRtJANi;:i:D undrr thb 

.MINLNfl AND MANCFACTURING LAWS OF. 
THK .STA IK OK" NKW YORK. 

Capital,0n3 Millioii Dollars 

IN 

Onfl Hundnii Tlion.saiid Shares, 

AT 

Subscription I'rice, $5 per Share, 
Not Liable to Kurlhcr Assessment. 

OI-F'ICKS : 
:2 ir I'liMj >iiv lti»il<li:»jr» 

71 r>roadvvay, New York. 

I*. «». Aa<irrii<.. as<»( ;>.:«»•», yn^^ York. 

• Ol.'P'K.'KItH: 

Hon. nANIK'. s. I'ft'K Lv.-^ON, Prr.wd 'it. 

WM. I. IMllM'v, Vi,;e.l'iC!:!d,i,t. 
; It^J/iKKl" lIAS^i: I, Fecret;.r). 
I H..I. lUMtnS M ril:K.-u/t,ll!U:i\-|::e, P:i. 
I A ri.AN ru; I.ANK, \\i ll'wy, N, Y.,Tri3--nry. 



jaii!' . Iv.l". ' 

A Clergyman, mhlle residing in South Anierlea 
as a missionaiT', dtsoov»reit a s:ife ana himpii' 
remedy for the.cure of Njm vohs We;ikiie,<«, Karlv 
Decay, Diseases ot the Urinary aud ^•^miual Or 
gaus, and tlie whole tralu ot dis'id-rs brought 
ou br bnuelui aud vicious habili,. <>reat nuiuLer!< 
have been already cured by tlii.~' iiotilf H'liiedy. 
Protnpted by a desire t > benftU th.' nfliicted and 
unfortunate, I will send the receipt for pre^yarlng 
and using this me(llrin«»,in a se Xt-^ euvelopj, to 
any one who needs It, KKKt; uk CtiAitoK, 

Addresa 

at rwt JOSEPU T. IN'HAN, 
titatlou D, Bible House, 

moh14-ly Ne w Yor k City. 

[■▲!»•— Ruled and Printed In .the 
It itftaJLK tlta "PRkUiS" Job Prlatini 



Obea 



prestuvtat; Oil. 

Pavii'Mit lor stt.o 
Istered note:*, or (•< 
tli'S, ".vl.iiti I'unil-' 
at their nui-ki-' vali 

IJr:i!itta!'i;'T< ui ■> 
ny. P <>. llox5 :«->M 
binlio Hank, iien^'i 
<rpi«)l Petrv'leiiin ( 
York City," or toai 



i may be mndA In drnft«, re(i- 
■\ eriinient bonds and i-.-ciiri- 
■11.1 .. curili.i.i will hMaken 

I»A addrer^ed t.-i the tlompu- 
, NVw >ork <it^ or t.i "At- 
r) of th«- A ew Vi.il: iind l.lv- 
oHipany. 14"J Broadwiiy, New 
ly o[ itsag-iits. 

i'pM tofunAV 



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■1 ■!■!««» * HAM M KM. 

R K .A. ri K 8 X A X K , 

—AMU — 



G^ene'ral CcmmiHsion A.tt»r\tm. 

Offies: Thirl Street, Bridge Block. 

UHAB. T, WtimiKI , I ISAAC A. BAIVKKB, 

Notary I nbUo. Sarveyor tt Kngineer 
MM>1 



frftDlcum,0il,pmp^,&(?e 

JUST RECEIVED! ,, 

' BY EXPRESS, 

TUB MOST PBKFKCT AHD COMPACT^ 

ICeroHene ILiantem^ 

K«-<- ^r^nght to this mai ket. 

■W^lio4^_...,^o ajid Retail* 

—A T— 

Crockery Importing House, 

ISO «c loi IThlrd-St. 

•ept-IO 



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F-AlVrrLY G3-ROCKRY 8XORK 

WK have just opened in Measrs. Uofflnan * 

Ualford's old stand, on tlie comer of Seventii 

aud Olive Streets, an entire Nkw Stock of 

VAJHJLLlf CiHOCEREBM. 

We will keep on hand a full ascortment of the 
rery best goods to be found. W^c solicit the 
trade of the old firm and the public generally. 

We also keep on hand a foU stock of Produce, 

whicli we will sell at the toicest market price. 

UNCS. k BKO. 
Bov 30 emo. 

W I Ni!.« uUND JLiiQUOJbiS 

SinTABLB rOK 

S?('(!ieiual and Family !!§•• 

nAj DOURBON AND RYE WHISKY, 
01 A* til j KEN'S rOiiT WINE. 

OU) MADEniA WINE. 

FINE OLD PALE SflERRY. 

FINE OLD COGNAC BRANDY, 

CHOICE OLD HOLLAND QIN» 

.1 AMAICA AND ST. CR( )IX RUM, ' 

CHAMPAItNE WINES, 

tJPARKIilNft CATAWBA 

and all otiter Artloles In onr Utse of twaiaeat 
*. *v AXM»M wrmmm, ,»»., - 

Boooessorto WALTER W. WEBB, 
2tri» " Sibley Block. 



. Chas. a. R WKinit. ,Tos. B. WBIDB. 

CHA8. WEIDE & BBO., 

WHOT.B8AT.B DKALKRS IT» 

t^taple and JPancy 

(iroferip8, Sesars and Tobaffos. 
No. 137 Third Street, 



SAINT FAIH« 



MINNESOTA 
apir-lf 



MT«:i?:K.8Ci£A.UM; PIPKS 
MKRR.SCHAUM CIOAB HOLDEKS. 

SWICKO? BRL^R PIPJC8. 

If you want anything 

Q.KVi;xaiK, 

ao TO 



.[liLiUiS MVER k €07 




WA-l^KROOlMS, 

90 South Clark and 89 

Washingrton-St., 
cuicA«o, u.M.E,tmom» 

Manufacturers and Importers of 

IVlumictil InHtmmentfii 

^JTRINGS, VIOLINS, 

DRUMS, ACCORDEONS, 

CLARINETS, GUITARS, 

I3i-a«s Instraments, 

ANJi OTHEK MUSICAL iMERCHANLISE. 

JSriiaving connecti'tn with Mannfaetnriaff 
Houses in {'>orUn, I^elpsic, Dresden, England and 
Juris, we are prejjared to furni.-h DKALRRS, 
BANDS aiid INUl VIIJUALS. with every article 
iu l.'ii.^lilie, at the IX>WB&T MAHU^ACTliKKKS 



prices. 



WHOLK-SALK AGKNTS FOR 



PIANO FOKTE8 

Oy THK I'C)I,I,-,>W»JtO MANlTKArrURRIWI, 
Wm. W!f ABR * CO^RiaUiMAr*, 

A. 1*. Clim * CO., IVew ¥«rh. 

Hornr.rvt * nnrritf, « 

ALHO, A'.KNTS rOS 

PKI r^ CE^S MJi:JX)DEONS 
(Maaus aiui flarmoniuniK, 

Piano Stools, Spreads, &c. 

WKlmv.th. I.AKCKSTanJ HKST ASSORT- 
Kl) hToCiv of PI ANOS IN 1 H K CITY, which 
lor I'ow^-r aud ^weetn^■ss tf ioite, Laoy and 
AKreeablo Totirji, andP.oanly of Finish, have, by 
Judfji' ', \>f'-n i-rououiiced vnrirol/fil. 

A" to the relative merits of onr PIANOS, we 
would refer to the O^rijlicates of Rxcellenoe, in 
o<\T poH"' ?slon, froifTiiAi BK.Kti, GottschalK, 

STHAKOS4H, (i, SATTBR, H. \fKVrXTW.1fV%. 

Li>t;is :j t AUii aud K. Mi;7.to, Musical Director of 
111.- Italian (">iera, a? also from i-eme o( the n ott 
•littiiiRuisbed l»rofe«i-ors and Aniatenrs in the 
oeuniiy. All lustniineots of our manufacture 
!i ive s!i.! fuli iron frame, and nrp guaranteed for 
tire ye/trx. 

a^ar I'niticaksr altention paid to the selection 
of li!,-1riim'-nt-' f >r dikiaut orders, and a privllejfe 
of exciiaugi' ({laii'.ed al siiv time Vkitbin' six 
111 ■litli'-, tf tlii' lustruinents •should not prove eu- 
t!r*'ly s«tl«fu'!t»»ry. A ti'jfrafdiKri<*tnt toClergy- 
ue li, r> ■A'':.':is aud hdioolK. ferros liberal. 

'A l!<','.!,-A! K DKALKKSutlllin.l it to their 
advanl«!.e to pi-.e sis a call, as by greatly inoreatt- 
'•li fAciliii)>», we. ar« enabled lu liii all orders with 
• lii-.i.li ^ 

» ■ ' ■ : < !■ want ot a RRALLT FIKST 
v.'i . ,:.vj, w-lii iiu Mrli to call t>e fore pnr- 

i:li;,-., .^ , .il.ere. 

t<E.«JE9iJIEltTliK PKACV, 

JULIUS BAII»Ml A CO., 

80 S. Clark & 82 WashinKtOD-St. 



*,«-S<'n'l f'TM t'jnular. 



lA»t-tuthA«at 



( isi:&i.i<iif:s & iJCtiHT WAM>]«s. 



V\ •> 1i:ire tor sale a good a.«sor(ment of 

J] V G U 1 E S , 

Open, Top acd .Sid« Spring, 

Also,lif!ht one horse LIIMBKR WAGOSS, with 

half spring;:. 

tKf Trrinn IfTir, fnrr-i^ti on/jf. -We arp oon- 

t'tauliy luuuuiaotuiiug HiLSl-CLA.SS WORK.; 

Iia\<' evi ry faclitv; nee the best of Kastera 

xiock; and rehpcitlully at-k a share of patronage. 

N. IL— RfcPAlRING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES 

attended toi.romr»lT,at reasonable rates. 

s»-Faetorr on HolH-rt street, St. Paul, Minn. 

a^-d»m yClilBV &.HAXLOWELL. 

•^rrESTCHESTEB HOUSE, 

Corii«T "Brryomm-Stt. and Bo w •»* • 

NKW YORK. 
Ob the European plan. Aooommodatlems fivrtwo 

hndradgMcta. 

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TBM iAIIi.? }?^tiiJ< PBHW BATTTBDAY. APBII< 22, 1866. 



THE CITY. 



iiJj^~tO~ HU 



•hank*.— We are under greAt obi- 
gfttioM to Mr. Edward N*»b and 11. 
Kaox Taylor, for Chicago and New \ ork 
p»p«r. in adTance of the mails. Thr 
Utter genUeman broutht papers twelvr 
or fourteen hours ahead of Uncle Samuel 
. ••» ■ 

g^ow.— Yesterday was faUy as ''.i«tt 
gr«eable a day as i» necessary for the 21»t 
of April. Snow fell most of the day and 
a driring wbd added to the pleasure ol 
the bewitiful ( !) spring wea ther. 

Thm General Court Martial was in 
■etsion yesterday . As their proceeding* 
are secret we did not learn when the next 

session will be held. 

«•• ■ 

As ACKN0WLKD4«D Fact— That Esst- 
wood & Morrison keep the largest ami 
best selected stock of Clothing and Geuts' 
Furnishing Goods in the Northwest. 
Their facilities for furnishing goods ena 
bles them to sell as cheap as can be 
bought in the Chicago Market. 



Thi water still remains stationary at 
ibis point. Krom the foot oi the late to .><t. 
Loula It U unasually high. 

FaoM Bklow.— The Northern 1/igbt, 
from Dubuque, wss the only arrival from 
twiow yesterday. She brought up a good trip. 
M her manifest shows. She left »>etween six 
aod seTen r. m. Clerks F.ddy and Cooley 
have our thanks for farors. 

From thk Misnksota. — The Ariel 
«*me down from the Minnesou ycstenlay 
morning. .*^hc reports the water iu the Mln- 
hmooi sutlonary. Nine hundred and tifty 
Mcksof wheat from St. Peter, comprised the 
balk of her freight. The juice of the grape 
seems to be in good condition at Le Suenr, as 
the Ariel brought down seven barrels of 
natire wine from that point. She left last 
evenhig for Mankato with a Ur^e lot of freight 
•n board. 

WharkBoat — The wh«rf-boat which 
lay l>elow Prescott last .<!eason, haa been 
broBght up and anchored aliove the old whai f- 
boat. It will be used for Minnesou river 
fratght.* 

Unsafs .-The pien for the Central 
railroad bridge are just high enough to 
trouble steamboatmen. One in particular is 
just beneath the water and it is next to im- 
posalhle to detect It in the night. Lights 
should be placed on the piers to guard against 
accidents. 

False Rr.PORr. — We learned from a 
clergyman last erening that a rumor was in 
circulation that the Milwaukee, which left 
here Thursday evening, hai been sunk on the 
way down. The accident i< said to have oc- 
curred by the same pilot, running the same 
boat upon the same t>ouIder where, the Mil- 
waukee sunk once before. We made diligent 
mqniries, bdt were unable to ti'ace the report 
to a reliable source. 

n«c*ips*. 

P#r Sort/urn /.lyA/.— W A Anderson 2bls 
Ttaegar; Beanpre and Kelly 60 pkn; LC 
Burt 1 bale ; H Breldert lot stoves and hard 
ware ; Cathcart <k Co 1 box , Cherntree & 
F40pks; Abbott & W Wlnnel>ago Citv ISlpks 
P F McQullUn 3i pks , Nicols Dean Ik Co il 
pka , S K Putnam 1 bx ; Prail & Dn B 11 pks ; 
J C Raguet k Co 62 pks ; H Rogers & Co 1 
box hardware ; R O Strong 1 >.ox paper hang ; 
Q Dillingham, Minneapolis, I box goods, 1 
roll carpet; F & T 8 bbls liquor; \ Kelly 1 
box; J L Forepangh 26 packages; J J Hill 
140 bbls salt; W H Leonard Minneapolis 2 
bags seed; J Mathews 3 boxes cloth; 
Manger ^ Brother 4 1 box piano; 
£ M Toby, St Cloud. 1 bbl sugar; Monlton & 
D, Wtaioehago City, 83 pkgs ; Chas Hoag, 1 
bbl potatoes ; W £ Bay ley. 1 tiox, 1 stove; £ 
M Ollls, Henderson, 1 bbi sunds , L B & C 
Oreig, ViS sack^ iMirley. 



NoTic«.— Being ab< tfjf'Vf uakB a 
okaage la say business, I pr- i^So lo s«U out my 
«hole, complete ani well s^^oted stock of To- 
bacco, conslstlag of 

(150 bbU. Spanish Mixed |«4 ^ther Siuokiug. 
200bblt. Stemf. 
SO Boxes Plug Tob icco, tacluJlag the finest 

Natural Leaf la t aarket. 
■a Keg* SnafT. 
25 bbls Fine Cat Chewing. 
All of whioh 1« off<«retl at manu&tcturei* price*— 
trelght thrown In— My ob|ect bsing to contlne my 
whole attantiou t« llie manulncturt* and *al« of 
iegmr*, uf whIuL I tiave a larga supply od hand, 
which U ofli*red le the tradf at low prices. 

O. tiEKBTINiJ, 
apl4-dlm Cor. 6th and Jackson £it. 

WoKHa I WOBM8 i ! — BdOTHKKB ttAVB 

rooa Cuiujaaii.— Thousands of ohUdren die 
fearly from Wobmb whose lives might b« saved 
Mothers use Da. CHUBCUILL'S WOKM LOZ 
CITQBS whioh will surely kill and expel theaa 
^myoar OhUdren. Children wlU eat them as 
raadUy as any eandy. For Coaghs, Colds, Itc, 
as* Stacld's Compound Cough Loaenges, tbt 
•ost pleasant and effectual remedy dlsoovored. 

For sals by all Uniggists. 

lU>WaSD U.BIGQS, 

|yl^ twkw Aaeat for Saint Paal. Mla i 

For thk kkxt Sixty Days.— Our ex- 
tensive stock of CLOTHING, GENTS' FUS. 
NISHINU GOODS, HATJ AND CAPS, FINE 
BLACK CIXJTHS, D0E3KINS, and FANCY 
CASSIUERES, Is offered at such prices as will 
auiiurp the quick »ale of the Mme, and satisfy all 
that, to do business, one must keep pace with 
the times. 

Satisfied that (KX)DS MUST DECLINE IN 
PRICK, we will continue to SELL IN ANTICI- 
PATION OF THK SAME. 



FROIf 



MEW YORK. 



9sm 



mrim FROM MOBILE. 



ir. H. VB!MI*I.K. 



St. faal. Maroh .>.^, ttcU. 



meh2:itr 



Jo. Hall's Bill of Far«.— Jo. Hall 
■erves up to-day. Mallard Ducks, Wild Oeese, 
Count Oysters (best m the world) pheas- 
ants, ducks, turkey, (cold or hot) veuison and 
porter house steaks, mutton chops, ham, 
pig's feet and tripe, the best cellery, macker- 
el and herring. 

Private apartment for ladies. 

Billiard Roonn attached, with six Phelaa 
marble top tables, two four pocket (the only 
ones in the State), and carom (for amateurs). 

Liquors.— Spicad rum punches, egg nogg 
apple toddy, torn and jerry, sweet cider, ale 
Imported, wines and liquors. 

novU.ly. 

Onion Hall — George Bens propne 
tor. This Hall has lately been rotitted in a 
manner making it the finest place ot resort in 
the city. Mr. Benz has introduced three ol 
Phelan's dne marble bed Billiard Tables in 
the Hall, and has created a splendid paten 
air fountain for Ales and Porter on draught 
The Bar is always supplied with the finest 
Liquors and Cigars. He keeps consuutly on 
draught Philadelphia Ales and Porter. Qen- 
ulne Keinish wines (direct importation) from 
Oermany— all the vintages— on hand. Extra 
flue Brandies, Sherry wine, Port wine, (foi 
medical purposes,) by the bottle or gallon. 
eas-dly 

D. C. GiLKKNLSAF has thi3 Urgest and 
t>est assortment of Uolliday Uoods In the city, 
In OreenleafsBlock, near the Post Odlie 

decl7 tf 

Proposals for Army Trans- 
portation. 



OFVICX orOHIEF Ql'ARTKBM.«S1KR 
OUTRI T Ulr Ml^NKSOlA, 

Saint Paul Minnesota, A pill si, 18cS 



.1 



Pbrsonai . — We had the pleasure of a 
call from ocr old iriend, Mr. H P. Mason, of 
New York. Mr M. is accompanied by Mr 
Q«o. Clark, also of New York. These gen- 
tlemen arrived yesterday on the "Northern 
Light." They repre^nt two of the leading 
firms in N. Y. — Mr. M. Messrs. Oemas, 
Barnes St Co , and Mr. C. Messrs. Dunning, 
Tooker & Co. We trust that the sojourn of 
these gentlemen in our city may prove to be 
one of pleasure to them as well as profit In I 
their respective branches ot business. 

•♦• 

Tax La Crosse line of boats will, un- 
til fhrther notice, leave Saint Paul, daily, at 
i o'clock r. M., making close connections at 
La Croase, with the 7 30 night express train 
the next evening, lime via this line from 12 
to 24 hours quicker to Milwaukee, Chicago 
and all points east, than any other line leav- 
ing Saint Paul the same day. 

Through tickeu to all poiuU East and Sonth 
can be had of 

CHAS. THOMPSON, Agent. 

ap23-tf Office cor. Jackson, Levee. 

••« 

Nbw Goods. — Among the large con- 

stgnments of freight thl.> spring .L Mathias at 
He. 3U ThUd stri»<>t has l>een prominent. The 
taste with wblrh bh stock ha^ been selectod adds 
greatly to Its value, and housokeepTS will And it 
the best place in the dty to buy wall piper, 
earpets, aaattresses, Ac. Having bought larger 
thanaay other dealer ha obtained a greater re- 
duettos In purchases and he ^Ives hi» customers 
the beo^flt of this. If you want to find the 
largest and best stock of carpeting and wall papfr 
la the rity drop in at No. 3.>>, Third street. 
apl2Mw 

••« 

bouORATiox. — We Qiideratand that a 
considerable immigration has already com- 
menced attracted by the fertile lands of Min- 
nesota. The First National Bank is fumi.«h- 
ing Land Warrants, and College Scrip, by 
mail or express, at eastern prices. Iw 

Passkngei Noticb.— Tickets to all 

poinu East and South at the office of the 

Northwestern Packet Company on the levee. 

The splendid boats of this line leave St. Paul 

every evening at six o'clock and make direct 

connection at Prairie du Chien and Dunleith 

with express trains for the East and South. 

apll»-tf JAMES J. HILL. Agent. 
■■» — - — 

MiKira-aA-aA. Summer and Winter, at 
Martin's Art Oaliery. The only place iu the 
city, where a Jull and complete collection of 
Photographs of Minnesota scenery, Indians 
&c., can be had, of all sizes, is at Martin's Ar 
Qallery. No. 264 Third street. 

Fine card Photogr^hs of onr late President 
at Ma rtin's. 4t 

Turn FiBST National Bank of Saint 
Paul furnishes through tickets from Liverpool 
aad QuMastowB to St. Paul, by Packet, Ship and 
Steamar, at lowest rates. Also Dratts on Eng- 
land, Iniaad, Germany, Switzerland.Swedenand 
IXormaj, and all other European States. 

"TM March stl. 1865. 



Sealed Proposals 



In dapiicata will be received at this office antil 



12 o'Olock. M. 



0" the 6ih Day ot May, 18G5, 



For tke TranssortaUon of 



MILITARY iiUPPLIE^, 



Until Mav Fiifet, 1SC6. 



On The S'ollo-wins Routes: 



KonteNo. t . From St. Paul, Minnesota, to Fort 
RIploy, Minnesota, and ail po«t3 or stations that 
arc, or may be <>:)tabli jtioj eadt of the MHtiUslppi 
Htver.andnorthot'Ht. I'dui.tn tUe ^tateof Minue- 
sota, and south of the -irih dagree of north latt- 
tudn. 

Route No. '.'. From St. Paul, Minnesota, to the 
miiiturv posts of Saiilc Centre, Alexaadri«, 
I'omwed-.Teere.Minne-oti, Kort Aber rumble 
U. T., and any po»t!> or ii ailons that are or may be 
eitabiisbed iu thr uistricc of Minnesota west of 
the Mixsiiitippt rivpr, botWPi>n the 4t)th and 47th 
degrees of north latitude. 

JiouteNo :i. From bt. Paul, Minnesou, to Fort 
Rilscly.MlnnPHOta, Fort Widswort i.U. ■ and 
a I poits or atatloni* that are or niay be eatablt-ihed 
In the Uistrlotot Minnesota, south uf the 46th de- 
gree uorth latitude, west oi the Hissiseippi river. 

BouteNo.4. KromSt. faul.MlNnesota, to any 
ml.itary posts or stations that are or uiay be cd 
Ubllshedln the Miliury District of Minnesota, 
north of the 471 h degree north latitude. 

Koute Xo. S. For tlie hauling of all military 
supplies from aiid to the i^evee, Government 
WareLouft's and Kailmad Depot in the City of St. 
t^iil, Minnesota. Tne price gls en to include the 
delivery of said vupplleH in said warehouses, Sr. 

Uia>/or each route must be on teparate nhaet* 
o/paper. Bidders for ruuteit Nos. 1, '^, 3, and4 to 
state the price uer one hundred pouudi< per mile 
at whicti they will tran^iparta'l military sup plies, 
during each month of the year, except for the post 
o< Fort t^adsiworth, D. T., andaoy new i>ostih t 
may tisestsb i:<hed uorth of the 4rth degr<^e north 
Isticuae, in the l>liitrict of Mianesota, for which 
po^ts the ouppliet will be furnished between the 
months of M*y and October. 

The price given tu tiansport said store!>fiom6t. 
Paul, Minnesota to pulntd named in Ittute;) No.'s 
1,'.:, :i, and 4, will include at the same late any re- 
turn transportation there may be, as well as f jr 
th« moving of all military t<upplle8 from one post 
or point to another in each prencribod distrlc. 

itiddera will state how It is proposed to traas- 
|)ort ^aid stores. 

The contractors w,Il^l>e ,hi'ld responsible for 
any iojury to, or luSB ofstorer that msy be found 
toeaiHt when delivered at their iie^tination. 

A bond with good and satisfactory security 
will be required trom th-* person to whom the 
oontrsct may be awarded. 

Bidden! will give their namei and address In 
ruu. In case of firms, the precise name and ad- 
eress of each member, with the name of the firm, 
will t« stated. 

AU contracts are subiect to the approval of the 
Qnartermaster-(ieneral of the Uniied States Ar- 
my. 

All bids must be accompanied by two guaran- 
ties. The responsibility of tlie guarantors must 
be shown by the official certificate of the Clerk of 
the nearest District Court, or the U. S. District 
Attorney, 

FORM OF QUABANTEB. 



Nkw York, April 18.— The city still eijhib- 
its on every side numeroua tokens of grief. 
The draping ot bnildings Is stUl progresahig. 
and by noon to-morrow, naarir allpabUcand 
private establishments will bear symbols of 
mourning. The day will be closely observed 
in all the churches and in biutness circles. 
Badges of mourning ore being worn by most 
of the citizens. Many ladies have appeared 
In public in monming dresses and are propos- 
ing to discard all gay colors for thirty days. 

MEKTtNU OF KNOUSBMBN. 

The British Consul called a meeting of Brit- 
ish residents, which was largely attended, a* 
the Astor House to-day. Resolutions ex- 
pressing deep sorrow at the National loss were 
unanliuously parsed. 

KUNKM\L rRKPARATIONB. 

Preparations are being made for receiving 
the iHHly of the President on lu route to 
Springtield. The 7th regiment has been se- 
lected as the escort. 

FUN KRAI. CIRCULAR. 

Archbishop McClosky has issued another 
circular, in which he directs that the varions 
churches of the city and diocese be open on 
Wednesday for public service. At the end of 
the mass, he says, the Miserere a>honld be 
read or chanted, supplicating God's mercy 
for ourselvas and all the people. 

PRESIDENT JOHNSON. 

The Herald editorially expresses the fullest 
confidence in the ability of President John- 
son to manage affairs with perfect turcess. 

THK CONSPIRACY. 

The Tribune regards the late mnrderous 
outrage in Washington as Incidents of a com- 
prehensive plot, abetted by the rebel leaders. 
VISIT TO MR. SBWARD. 

Thurlow Weed called upon Mr. Seward 
yesterday, and although he tried to avoid 
drawing the i^utfering minister out In conver- 
sation, the Secretary insisted upon his stay- 
ing to hear and ulk also, until the physician 
had to interfere and demand his withdrawal. 
MRS. Lincoln's condition. 

The Herald' I special says : " Mrs. Lincoln, 
during the night, was very ill. At 1 o'clock 
it wa-« nece^sary to call in the aid of the fam- 
ily physician. Today she has been quiet 
but nervous, and much disturbed by the re- 
quirements to talk with officials about the de- 
tail-< of the approaching ot>sequie8. 

THK LA.ST CAIU.NKT MKKTINU. 

The Hera.'d"* Washington special says that 
at the last Cabinet meeting which Mr. Lincoln 
attended on Friday, at which Oen. Grant was 
present, he turned to the General and asked 
him if he had heard from Sherman. General 
Grant replied that he bad not, but he was in 
hourly expectation of receiving dispatches 
from him announcing the surrender ot John- 
ston. "Well," said the President, "you will 
hear very soon now, and the news will be im- 
portant." "Why do you think so .'"asked the 
General. "Because," said Mr. Lincoln, "I 
had a uream last night, and ever since the war 
began I have invariably had some dream be- 
fore any important military event has occur- 
red." He then insunced Bull Run, Antle- 
tam, Gettysburg, &c., and said that belore each 
of these events be bad some dream, and turn- 
ing to Secreury Welles, said, "It is in your 
line too. The dream is that I saw a ship sail- 
ing by very rapidly, and I am sure that it por- 
tends' some important national event." 

KROM SBKRMAN*8 ARMY. 

FoRTUKss MoNKOE, .ipril 16.— The steam- 
er Admiral Dupont arrived yesterday after- 
noon from Morehead City, N. C,.and brought 
advices from General Sherman's forces. Gen. 
.Sherman having left Goldsboro in his rear, at 
ouce struck out for Johnston's army, hoping 
to be able to force him to give battle. John- 
ston, however, kept retreating, and It appears 
that Sherman met with very little resistance to 
his march northward. Raleigh was captured 
la»t Thursday, with but very little lighting, 
and that confined principally to caralry, and 
skirmishing between the advance pickets ol 
both forces. 

» » ♦ » ♦ 

ABASkvr ll|s««>ck Uj Sk* rvvaUtoaS. 

Washington, April 18 — To an ad- 
dress by a number of clergymen who call- 
ed on him to-day, the President replied, 
thanking them in the warmeat terms for 
their very kind mention of him. and f«r 
their tendered support and eocoarage- 
ment He spoke with feeling of the great 
personal and public worth of bis lament- 
ed predecessor. In assuming the grave 
responsibilities imposed upon him in obe- 
dience to the requiremenu of the Con- 
stitution, in consequence of this sad dis- 
pensation of Providence, be felt bis own 
individual insufficiency, and the necessity 
of the kind counsel and co-opperation of 
all friends of tbeir country. This sap- 
port he should endeavor to deserve by 
shaping his course to those immutable 
priaciples of riebt which underlie our 
Grovemment. He said be bad a sure 
faith that if we adhered to those princi- 
ples the Almighty would save the nation. 
He believed Uiat the nation had a great 
mission to fulfill, and that God would not 
allow it to perish before its work was 
done. 

They had alluded to the murder of the 
late ^eiident and to the atteiapt unon 
Mi. Seward^s life in just terms of indig- 
nation and horror. The assassination 
of any man, high or low. was a crime of 
the blackest dye. Especially diabolical 
was it when thie blow was struck at the 
loved and honored bead of a great nation 
in the very moment of triumph. But this 
horrid crime was only a portion of the 
greatest of crimes — the attempted assas 
sination of a nation ; and he believed that 
the American people felt it to be so. 

The President closed by a^ain thank- 
ing his visitors for giving bim, at this 
hour, their God speed. 

New York, April 18.— The Potft 
special says. President Johnson yester- 
day Said to a clerf yman, who begged of 
him to be merciful to the rebels, that mer- 
cy to individuals was not always mercy 
to the State. He abo deda:^ to a 
prominent member of Congress, that he 
was willing to act with the utmost mag- 
nanimity towards the common people ol 
the rebel States, but that the unrepentant 
leaders must be punished. 

» ■ ♦ ■ » 

Mr. LiucolM's lacaatlnsgB Sclf- 



ProceedUivs «p t« tke 6ih lust , 
at Spanisb Fori. 



DBI.lH«VBirT TAXB* Or K.ABI 
ABI5C CJUNrr, MINHKiiOrA, For A. 
D. 1M3, and 1M4. 



Description. 



I I I 



E. L. AixBS'. formerly of the New 
Tork store, Minneapolis , has bought the store 
and lot naar the NtcoUet House, and la dsUy ex 
peoUag his satira new stock of Dry Good*. Hals, 
Caps, ae., bought at aacUou and panic prloes. 

aprl8 iw 

Wb bavb this day marked down our 
entire stock of Clothing, coaslsting of the bes 
make and quality of Coat t. Pants a ud Vests al- 
so Qents* Furnlshlug Goods, and will sell the 
same to correspond with the tail la gold. 

One of the Ann being constantly In the aar- 
ktt, we ar« In dally receipt of good-, manufao- 
PUfi from tha bast material and of the latest 
styles, wtilcb w« will sell a: wttolMala or ratall 
at lower fates thaa oaa be feoad alaawhar*. 

XAJmrOOD * MOR&ISON. 

St. Paal, Boftr's Block ; 
I doors above the Bride*. { 



We- 



and 



-, of the County of— — 



{State of Minnesota, do hereby guarantee that 
Is able to fulfill a contract In accordance with his 
proposition : and that should his proposition be 
accepted, he will at once enter into a contract 
In accordane* tterewltb. Should a contract be 
awarded him, we are prepared to become his 
seeurlties. 

Parties to whom avards are made must be pre- 
pared to ex>'Cdte contracts at once, and to inve 
the riH]ui red bonds (or the faithful performance 
of the name. 

Contractors will furnlnhthf necessary Revenue 
stamps for bonds and contracts. 

Bids from disloyal p«i 8onfl ;from thoae who have 
herecofon' failed to compl) with their propot-i- 
ttona or contracts; or irom those mbo do not 
comply with the above requlrenients, will not be 
oonildered. 

contract or* must be In readiness for service by 
the :.-> 1 day of Hay, iiHi5. 

Bidders are Invited to be present at the 
openlBK of the bids. 

Propoiiai* to be endersed "Proposals tor trans- 
porting millury stores on Route No. ( I. X, -', 

«o. 6, as the case may be,) a&d addressed to the 
nndernlgned. 

H. L. CAMVEft, 

Capt. and A. Q. M., 
apr 32-m . St. Paul, mna. 



aaruthe 



Exposure, 

A Washington special to the New York 
Timet says: 

It was ascertained some time ago, trom per- 
sonal friends of the late President.that he had 
received sevenl private letters warning him 
that an attempt would probably be made upon 
his life. But to this he did not seem to at- 
tach much, if any Importance. It has always 
been thought that he was not sufficiently care- 
ful of bis individual safety on his last visit to 
Virginia. 

It is known that an frequent occasions he 
would start from the Executive mansion for 
bis summer country resitence at the Holdier's 
Home without the cavalry escort, which often 
hurried and overtook him before he had>pro- 
cecded far. It has always t>eea understood 
that this esort was accepted by him only on 
the importunity of his friends as a matter- of 
precaution. 

Tbo Frcsi<lciit before retiring to bed, would, 
when iiitportant military event! were progress- 
ing, visit the War Department, pasaing over 
the dark Intervening ground, even at late 
hours, on repeated occasions; and after the 
warning received in the letters, several close 
and intimate friends armed for any emergen- 
cy, were careful that he should not continue 
his visits without their company. For him- 
self, the President seemed to have no fears. 

The above facts have heretofore been known 
to the writer of this telegram, but tor pmden- 
tial reasons he had not stated them until 
now 

The Funprul Car ot Presid^at 
Liacola. 



In TaENCHKS befohe Spanish Fort, ) 
April 6th. 1865. S 

Editors St. Paul Press : 

We are making haste slowly in the re 
duction of the huge piles of logs, stone 
and dirt, that the *' Johnnies" have been 
so skillful in building at this point, and 
though your readers at home might think 
we were doing nothing, those here, sub- 
ject to tbe numerous picket and fatigue 
details, would differ materially. 

It is a slow, tedious process, this of 
reduction, more exhausting than hard 
rapid marching. Tbe constant excite- 
ment, hard labor in constructing ad- 
vances, parallels, saps and bomb-proofs, 
loss of sleep consequent to faithful picket- 
ing reduce the size and strength of an 
army wonderfully, without ever estimat- 
ing the losses in killed and wounded. 
Yet we arc making sure progress, and 
hope soon to possess the place, and a 
very important adjunct it is to the proper 
defense of Mobile. The city used to 
be approached by vessels through two 
channels, one near the west, the other 
on the east sidd of tbe bay. Tbe west- 
em channel has been obstructed by piles 
and sunken vessels, while tbe works we 
now confront are built opposite the city, 
and about six miles distant, upon tbe site 
of an old Spanish Fort, so as to effect- 
ually command tbe eastern chanoel, while 
plenty of torpedoes line ite bottom below 
the works for the benefit of our lleet 

The Milwaukee and Ogark ran upon 
and exploded two of these jokers in one 
day, notwithstanding the most careful ef- 
forts to remove them. Uoth sank but in 
shallow water, and being bulk-beaded 
very little difficulty will be experienced 
in raising them. 

The fortifications consist of three large 
forts upon the crest of a hill, connected 
by heavy earthworks, and provided out- 
side by an extraordinary amount of rille- 
pits, ditcher and abattis, in all en- 
closing about three hundred acres. 
Two water batteries are also loca- 
ted near the fort on the waters edge called 
Forts Higher and Trucy, each quite for- 
midable. 

Our maia lines completely enclose 
these works and in some places are not 
over eight hundred yards distant. Here 
tbe troops are camped behind breast- 
works, burrowed in the ground and pro- 
tected from tbe gentle dropping of shell 
fragments by their rough bomb-proofs. 

Out of these works saps with sharp 
angles lead to the advancing trenches or 
parallels almost under the enemy's guns. 
At one point the 5tb Minnesota have 
worked up ;to within thirty yards of a 
scoundrelly looking redoubt manned 
with heavy guns, la these trenches a 
strong picket force is kept, who, luing 
port -boles, maintain an unceasing 
musketry fire upon the rebel sharpshoot- 
ers, and 'drive volleys of bullets into any 
embrasure opened for artillery use. 

(Gradually our batteries have been 
placed in advantageous positions, and 
from five to seven on tbe evening of the 
4th, shot and shell was poured into tbe 
rebel works, only provoking an occasion- 
al reply. Tbe lesult could not readily 
be estimated, as tbe fury ceased after 
dark, but during tbe bombardment dirt 
and logs fairly filled the air. 

Not many casualties have occurred in 
our Minnesota regiments since the 29th 
ult., at which time I forwarded you a 
list. 

Two men, Barney Brennard, of the 
5tb, and Thomas Mury, of the 9(h, were 
killed, by tbe premature explosion of our 
own shells. Tbe case of Brennard was 
heart-rending. He was lying in his tent 
reading a newly arrived PRKis, when a 
shell from one of our batteries, just in 
rear of tbe line exploded soon alter leav- 
ing the gun. One of tbe huge pieces 
struck bim in tbe body completely disem- 
boweling him, but not producing instant 
death. In this condition he was removed 
to tbe hospital, where be lived twenty 
hours. Though suffering terribly, be 
remained cool and conscious, finally dy- 
ing, as he lived, a brave, t.*u& man and 
soldier. 

Maj. Gen. Steele advancing from Pen- 
sacola has invested Blakely, eight miies 
above, and is now besieging it. His 
losses have been much larger than ours, 
and among those killed is Lieut. Ed. 
R. Talbot, of tbe C8th U. S. colored, 
formerly a member of Co. K, 7th Minne- 
sota. He was woanded four days ago, 
on tbe skirmish line, and brought to the 
hospital here. The ball entered his jaw 
on tbe left side, passing partly throtigh 
tbe neck — a horrid looking wound. He 
lingered, in great agony, until last night 
when tbe silent messenger called bim 
boms. Another noble young victim fallen 
to accursed rebellion. 

Gen. Steele succeeded in capturing 
about 500 prisoners, including Brevet 
Maj. Gen. Clanton, during his advance 
upon Blakely. They passed here en 
route for the hated North on tbe Sd, and 
were the best looking prisoners we ever 
saw. 

It is tbe prevading opinion here that 
this point will have to be regularly ap- 
proached in order to take it, which all 
know is a matter of time. But its cap- 
ture is certain, and like Dean .Swift's 
eclipse, is only postponed. 

Yours, B. 

♦ » » « ♦ . 

A Baltimore dispatch of the 18tb 
•ays : "The City Council have offered a 



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PANIC AUCTION SALES 



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The Unlou Fiiix Mills Company, 

OP CIIK'ACIO, ILL., 

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Improved Plax-Cleaning 

AND 

FLAX-SEED THRESHING MACHINES. 



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LOWEST MARKET PRICES. 

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Severs! of these fb xC'lfaning Marlilnos hsve 
recently beuu put in I'pf ration in Klax MilU in 
this r< {-kin, nnil on.» of thiin may !>•• sneu run- 
ning iu tlilj' city, wliirh, driven liy twenty-iioio.* 
motive power, and it ended by live mt-n, pro- 
duces at ouii operation, Uoiif good dew rotlf-d 
flax straw, .1 superior quality of clean, long and 
open Kiax Tow at tlii^ average ia!e of \', ton.s ot 
Tow per day. 

For thi< Towtheicisa larjfp demand at tbe 
East lor >- pinning pui poses— the pre.ient require- 
meut beiii^ from .'lO lo 7."i tons ilaily, and the de- 
mand rapidly increasing, 

Kur the purpose ol developliif; the buriuess eg 
tablished l>y Dur iiia:lituery, au<l the d.'niiind lor 
lis product we proi>use tu cj-operate with local 
capitalists at ile^ira ile pjint.s tor growing Klax 
lathe. .Northwest, tu the bu.-'iiie-s basia ol uu 
qual divigiun uf Let prulils. 
riie plau of tin' pri«pj.-?eil co upeia iuii, iu gen- 
eral terin.s, i<: ai I'uIU'As, \ii: We furiiisli I'oT 
use utid t><'t lip one of our l'';ax-Cleiuhig Ma- 
eliinf^A inlUel'hix .Mill pro\ iil 'd by Ihecooperat- 
Ing party, and aUo f iruisb a t-kllllul band to in- 
s ruct ill runniiiK lii« Mill atd keeping the ma- 
chinery in order, K>'''"e '''*" *'"' benetit of our 
lonj experience in t 10 Hax business, uiiii oller- 
Inj; Bpecl-.il advanta^.^s in iiiurketliig tlie product 
oltheiuiii. We a'>o propose le lurnish, for the 
use ui eacli K.ax Mill,. i. A. tilemeua' Flax-si.-d 
Thleshiujt Maeliiues, boih lor riiiiuxliiK -i-'-d and 
seed end- froni tUx --iravv touud and krpi 
8trai|;ht, aiut lo.- r 'inuvinK .•'eed frivui tiiigl.-d 
ntraw, each machine reinoxirig and crushing 
the sied-bollr^, read ■ fur uiui!0-,\ii!jf tlie ati-d. 

llii- local Co ope /..liiig p!trly vill provide - 
t-'trst,ii Flfl.x Mill, buil.liiu; and twenty-bors.' 
motive power, wil!» shafliujr, f C, lor couveying 
the power to the 1";: u rleiuiug Machine. Secouil, 
two Flax IJarns, eaihof cflpaci!) tu store '..'oOtcni.s 
of Flax j-traw. T.'ilrd, as:|ile gruuiids in the vi- 
cinity of the Flax Mill for Flax KaVL'i tud lor 
Btackiuf; Flax straw. h\'iirtl<, hay rcale, plallb:iu 
scale, i«(iwer baling pres.-- tnd implemehis lor the 
Flax Mill. HftU, about li.'iiJtj I jn.', orthe product 
of about 2,000 ncn s, of good dew rotted Flax 
straw annually. Sicth, labor and team^ lor oper- 
ating the Fla.K Mill. 

The cooperating party can tnaki>, as his (.bare, 
net, annual prolii.-^ »i" trom two to three )iuu"r.-d 
jier cent, on his iiermaiient iiivcHtnieiit ol about 
$lu,000 lequlred 101 a Hax Mill. 

Parties iirojosinj to start Klax Mills. shouU 
make immediate arranjieraents for putting in, 
early tliii eprilig. t i« necessary crop, by aiding 
the larmers in t!-.e ileifiity of the propo-ed Flux 
Mill to get BOeil.aMil bv i;oi.ti actlnp; «iih them for 
2,000 ai.rCw of Hax sow 11 at the fate ol 1 ',. busli- 
ei.4 to an acre. 

We have made airangeiiii'iits v ith Linseed i)il 
raanufaclureri, bj Aihieli eo-opi-iating pir'iea cin 
gel Ha.x Seed loan 'J by thein. 

We are | repared to give lirlher and full infor- 
mation relative to th-i Flax bu iuess, and v ill 
send onr cireulars li> those requesting tlieiii . and 
wiliaho exiiib.t ore of our niachine.i runniDg In 
the city, and refer 10 the pirlies rising tliem else 
where. 

fxion 11. ax >iii.i.»i<'0. 

JA=. .1. WALWORTH, Pres't. 
ti. A. CLKMEN J.iien'I -iup t. 



Having had ten years' experltinca In tbe Real 
Estate Burinessin 8t. Paul, and having facilities 
for transac'lug the buelnesi, In every county In 
the Mute through our corret<pondent8, we oiler 
our a I vices to buy and sell Property pay Taxes. 
negotiate I.i.ans, collect Rents, locate Lana 
Warranti), and doall and everything cmnected 
witlia general Heal Katate Agency. 

We iuvlleaitention to our Lists of 

"CITV & COUNTKY PROPKRTY" rOE SALB, 

And offer BARGAINS In both. Among them 

ThA be^t liu'-inegs Corner In St. Paul. Also, 

100 feet on 1 bird Jtieet, 

15U feet on St-veuth street. 

Lots in all the business streets. 

Furnished Houses, fl hOU, $4,500, and 9IS 000 
each. 

Houf^es aud l.otB fToni $.'{00 to $25,000 each. 

Kenidence Lots in Kt. Paul and eUewhera. 

I< \tmi Hud I- arming Lands. 

.Mineral Lanils. 

I'lbe Nods, etc., etc. 

Partitfd \vi::hiug to sell or parchase are iBvltad 
to cail. 

iraonciAM * Mcri.oi:u. 

St. Paul, Feb, 21, 18*^5, 

feh2a-lv-4<^ 

A. I>ETVrVY ISA.VEI> 

IS A 

l'|.,NNV KARNED. 



septl-ly 



SI, PAUL, MINN, 



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60 



23 UnkBown 
23 B L Qlfford 
23 " 

2:1 Unknown 
23 SPSB>der 

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23 •• 
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24 H Thompson 
24 B F Btshov 
24 

24 H Thompsoa 
24 Unknown 
24 H Ihompsttu 
22 Unknown 

22 T Lindsay 

23 Waker Parker&Co 
23 .1 Alcorn 
23 " 
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23 Wak'r ParkerAOo 
23 •' 
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2:1 Wak'rPark'rfcCo 
21 T Lindsay 
23 Waa'r Park'raCo 
21 

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23 J Alcorn 
23 WaWr Pak'rACo 
21 D M Hobnius 
23 B L Ulflorj 
23 F White 1 60 

23 8 W Fuller 1 10 
23 r Whl e 1 10 

23 " 60 

23 Gr'ly.Wak'rACo 
23 ti DsBeriso 1 10 
23 '• 1 10 

23 J FlnmmiDg 1 10 

23 " ttit 
2S 

24 E South worth 
24 Unknown 

Tbe taxes on the foreg ln< traca of land, sit- 
uate In theCoiBty of aanabeo,and btateof Min- 
Be«ot4, for thejearsA. U. Iiitl3 aad 18A4, have 
been returned as dellcqu-nt. 

Now, th^re'ore, noMce Is hereby given that iho 
wholt ot the several tracts of land ooatalaed In 
the foregoing list, or so much thereof as shall be 
pores ary to pay the taxes and penalty changed 
thereon, lor the years A. D. 1M3 and 1864, will 
IM sold at the County Auditor's offloe, 1b the 
town of Brunswick, In sals county of Ksne^ac, 
on tho tirrt ilonrtay or.)une next, the same being 
the Third day of.Iune, A. D. 18i">5, by the County 
Treasurer of said county, unless such taxes snd 
penalty be paid before that time 

u. w. NKSBirr. 

Auditor of Kanabec County. 
Brunswick, Hlnn., April 13, 1865. apr2'J 



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NE W GOODS, NEW PRICES 1 
OA.TttCAKT & CO 

Are receiving ty Express 

Large Additions to their Stock, 

conslsring ol all the novelties In 

Foreijjfl & Doiiieslic Dry (ioods. 



Having made our purchases under the most 
favorable circamstances, we are enabled to offer 
a line of goods whiah will be attractive to all who 
seek lor tho New, the Beautiful and the Oood. 

Tendering our thanks for the liberal patrcnage 
bestowed upon us in the past, we would r<rsrect- 
fuUy solicit a continuanca of the same -with the 
assurance that it shall be onr aim to make all 
business traniiactions both pleasant and proflta- 
ble to the buyer. 

Remember the <'01d House," 

IVo. 13e rrikird St. 

St. Paul, April b, 1&<>5. apl-ly 



H. KHOX 

No. 218 Third Street. 

I ■ I uipli-u with an fc«sartaect 01 

DRY GOODS 

IUUCaASF.O SKNCt TUK 

SlIRRENDEK OF LEE, 

When PRICrs DKOOPEUto the lowest point, 
ne is otl'ering lar^e bargains. He has a full Una 
of 

• 

Colored Mohair, 
Plain and Plaid Alpaca, 
Striped and Plain Poplins, 
Black dL white Plaids. 

*' Balmorals, 



4)hS"0ffice, ••;■.:.'> Lak»- street, Chiespo, 



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PORl'KR AND BKOWN »iH)UT. 

KilH SALK hi 

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PAHJy Ti^FFEIA. 
PRiSiKi) JACONKT, 

SHAWLS of various stylei, 

HOSIERY, Ac, Ac , &c. 

mch2i<-dly 

Ons-t Oood Scoona-Hand 
T-Octav« ll«acH«*tf 

P I ^ IsT O 

«ITH lao.N fRsMF, FUS HALF CHEAP 
At MI7NGKR BRO.'a. 

Good 5 -Octave Melodeon 

bi'COND-HANr, FOKSALK CHEAP, 

At Monger Bro.'s. 

aich2-My 



c:tkiistaua, 

At)K;)ir..^r. VAi 1. 



B E A. aT IFUL 



•TITLCM OF 



SPRING DR[SS GOODS. 

JVST R«CKlVEi» BV BXPRESSt 

AMU WILL BR 

Sold at Panic Prire.'^, at 
L. C. HtJJtlT'S*, 



dfloil-ly 



!«• Vkir4i •sr*ce, as. rMssf, 



mhao ly 

The subscriber prajir.ses to Weep a 8ALK8 
.STaBI.K at the siund recen'lj >.>ciui.iej by tJiO. 
Uruber (the Fariuir'9 Home,i 
ON FOUUrH bT., NFAUSr. ANTHONY ST., 

l-llK llIK 

Purclinae and Hale of Horses. 

Parties derlrinj? to iiurchaiie, sell or exohauKe 
Uor.ses are rospecilully JBiiuetted to call at the 
Sales Stable. 

tel,-.>H :tin» S. KAliN. 

^^^, Criatcsl Mimical Cirfular ^^^^ 

iA X\ i^v" P»i>>'^>"*'' |4 HI 

1 I ri ■ BSrFiftRen-Sa larpe ■ ■ -J* 
%«. \tfM etter pftK-^s for tw» %PT5r 
^^^^^r ceol litanips. ^^^^ 

a uuuK' !*■••••'• .tlffiical Atltlkvr. 

UratuitouHadvi vf f;i%en iu di.-iea-*' « ol the nor 
70UB, seminal, uimcry and texuai orgauc, lu the 
reports ot the >VeM«-rii Meci ul «erociitioii, 
wnlcli are situ b) mad In seuled env.iioi ''•»• •f'''" 
)l charge. The urgntii/.atiuu wan foiiued to di-i- 
peute new and eiiable treaiinent, and i.s com- 
posed of the we:l known ph)cic.au», to whom nil 
letters niUBl boar drf.^seil. 

Uli-*. JACi^tlN, UK.KBKUr i CO., 

feblleod/.ni r.oK ■l.u'.,riiiciimaU <). 

aaiiBtfMBai^^^i^Bt«aaHaiB0aaM*^MiaaMMMuaaMaMMn« 

1865. ^4t:"til->.9. 1B65 

QARUF.N, CRASH ANU H.OWKIt SF.KDS I 

DAY^JENKS, 

DRTT&GISTa, SAINT PiVTjr^, 

tilf.^t.KI .s l.N 

UIiAS.S .SKKDi— Timolliy, Clover, Ked Top 

Hungarian, Blue Grass, Orchard and lawn 

Grass. 
(iAKDEN SKFUS— By the Pound, Box, or 1 n- 

per, In great vailety. 
FLOWEK SKK'bS— The largest and best assorl- 

ment III this Btale. 
BUTA B.\UA and TLKN'IP SKKD, MHiolesale 

and Retail. apfl-dfcwHm 



TOK AultRICAM EXVKBSB COMPAMT 

would respectfully announoe to the Merobants ot 
this otty and vidnlty that they are bow prepared 
to brinn forward from La Crosse, Wis. aLd de- 
liver to points of dcctlnatlon all "Ueto ant« 
l>Upctoh"and ordinary lUllroail freight. 

Merchants and others who may wish to avail 
them^eWcsof this means of transportation, wUI 
pleaao mark thslr goods to ouroare at La Crosse, 
at tbe same time givinK us notioe so that we may 
see that such goods are delivered to us at La 
Crosde, without auy unudoossary delay. 

For tarld rates oa!l at their ottoe, Slit Tfatrd-si- 



opDO?lte Utage OUlca, 
deo9 K. 



P. WAttREH, Agant. 



f egat iotkfsi. 



Boaadiatbabitt] 



rsswBivpnT. 



Tbe luneral car, wkich ia being prepared 
for tbe occasion, la to be a magaifloent afltUr. 
it is to be bnilt on a bearsc body. Its ex- 
treme length will be fourteen feet. Tbe body 
of tbe car will be covered, with black clotk, 
from wbieh will bang large featooos of cloth 
ou the sides and ends, gathered and faatened 
br large rosettes of white and black satin 
over liowB of white and black velrct. The 
bed of tbe car, on which the cofBn will reat, 
will be eight feet trom the ground, in order 
to give a full view of tbe cotUn ; and orer this 
will rise a canopy, the support of which will 
be draped with black cloth and velvet. The 
top of the car will be decorated with plumes. 
The car will be drawn by six or eight horns, 
each led by a groom. — WatAingtoneor. 
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In ADDiTio.N to their kind aad grstui- 

tou8 attention to our soldora in hoapital, 

J. F. Stock and Will Kinkead Esqs., oSw 

to attend to any bosineae of our eoldicrj 

or tbeir familiea at the Ptnsioo Offioa, 

without compenaation, Thcj aboold b* 

addrMsed at Waahiogton, D. C, Pm| 

Offict box 641. 



reward of $10,0iX) for tbe arrest of tbe 
aaaaMinofPreeident Lincoln. Tbe feel- 
ing bere agaiast Bootb ia greatly ioten- 
■ified by the fact tbat be is a Baltimorian, 
and it is desired by tbe people tbat one 
»bo bas so dishonored tbe fame of Balti 

more should meet with speedy justice." 

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A Waahinoton dispatch of tbe 16tb 
•ays: "Mrs. Lincoln is yet much de- 
pressed, though less so than yesterday. 
She remains at tbe White House. Hon. 
Montgomery Blair bas tendered to her 
tbe use of bis house till such a time as she 
leaves tbe city, and President Johnson 
bas communicated to her that be expects 
her to occupy tbe White Hotue while she 
remains in Washington.^' 



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MINNESOTA 

HEALTH INSTITUTION, 
At St. Anthony Fallg, Minn. 

This splendidly located house, late the Cheeves 
House, fs now open by tbe Minnesou Health 
▲ssoclatioB for the reception uf guests and lo- 



Z. P 
MUs 



OL48S. M. D., 
M. AUOUSIA 



FAIRCHILU. M. D., 

_ J'kyticinnt, 

Mrs. R. A. OLARS, Matron. 
B. W. PLUMMBR, of Maine, /TfSirfenr. 
K. U. S. PEA3B, Pinarj^al Secretary, 

at First National Bank, SUBBeapoUs, 

Z. P. GLASS. H. D. 

feb'^S 3as 



Supt. 



V BM CCAMA HAmLAMD, Clarvoy 

V a sBt Medium. By tke u<e of an Instrument 
oonitructed under spiritual direction, la couaec- 
tloB with h^rclalrvoyaiit power*, it eaabled to 

ftresent to you a perfect likeness of yoar future 
Ife partner, bhe can sJko tell wlthla a law davs 
the date of marriage, whether the union will be 
happy or otherwise, and number cf cbildrea. 
PI. aiie Kive color of hair and eyes, cosaplealon, 
age, hisht.aBd tu.me in full, enolose 36 ceats and 
siamped envelope. Look Box 30, Datrott, Mieh. 



Tbe aaoM and P. O. address (whleh will aaable 
Toa to open a correspondeaee) will be sent for 
SO seats adiiuional. apr]5-2w* 



for Beoordalor Aai 
■aaaar^tke 
BXaOBBT. 




'I The copartnership Arm heretofiwe e*iHi4ii(( an> 
der the name of UlGkl.OW & DAUtYMPl.F., 
has been dUsolved by the tbutuat coaiKeni of iti 
member?. 

Persons having claims sgalnst the firm are le- 
quested to pre.^ent them Ibrthwitli tor payment: 
at the office 01 

Andtho^e Indebted to it arc exhorted to equal 
diligence. 
St. Paul, April l>:t, 1806. 

HOKACK R. BKiELOW, 
apl-dlm OLIVER OAJ.KVMPLE. 



BaDkers aad Excbauge Dealers, 

GOODRICH BLOCK, THJRt) ST., 

SAINT PAUL, MINN" 



ISatablistied in liaiGl. 



Collections payable lu the City made free of 
cost and throughout the Stake flree of charge be- 
yond actual oxpenses Inoij-red. "Komlttancea 
made the d^yaner ooUectiom at the lowest rat.* 
of Exchange. 

Orders for Land Warrants, Statl< Warranto, 
United SUtes Bonds, County and City Bonds' 
promptly executed at the lowest rates. City, 
CoBBty and Bute Taxes paid. StatI end United 
States Coupons paid at our Counter. 
ReiV»r«»r»oeB : 

Johnston Bros, a Co., 
UaltlTS ore- 



DoUner, Potter fcCo., 

Ne* York. 
KlssamaCu..K. Y. 
KoLhe Bros, k Cod'ey, 

New Tork. 
Droj. Ift «Jo, Phlladel- 

ur' ». 
B«or .a (e Bank, Ro^t'n 
Spe- v-er. Vila A Co., 

Pofton. 
B.owTi, Sbip!ey a Co., 

Urerpoo). 



Kutier, Ki dlcottaCc, 

Ctilcai o. 
Bankof 0.ileBa.aaleua, 
Alien, (»'pp& Nesbittk 

bt. lS<UI2. 
State Si# ings Asaoda* 

tloi^St. liOuls. 
Feaaz ^h. Sohluter & 

Sobii , Hamburg. 
A. BiUrsuard k, Co. 

Pari). 

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1 \ PIIOHATC COlikT -STATE OF 

J jli.NNfc-tjOTA— COVNIY OF KAMSKY, 

!-I e;lal Term- \t ril 1 i(h, 1S«S. 

Ill tho iiistter 111 the guardianship of Augunjn 
Moisin, Louisa Moralu, and Margaret Moraia, 
minor*. 

Oil reuiliu/ and tiling ttio petiiion of N. W. 
lilii'ou, giiaid.au «f raid minora, represent 
liijr, aiuor^ other thing?, that eaid wards ars 
sei/ed cf c^rtsin real estate in Ca«8 County, Mln- 
n^.sota, an.i that it 1- necessary that tlie same 
Hhould be toll, -and praying for license to sell 
the same, xc— 

It is order, d, that Saturday , the nth, day ot 
^'ay, A. I', l-^-i, at lo o clock in the forenoon, at 
the oUid'ofthe Judge of Probate, in the city oi 
.•iaint Paul. I>e assigned lor th a bearing of said 
i<c! Ition ail 1 that the next ol kin of »aid minors, 
iind a'l o h'-r percon'* iLterested in said minors, 
u'e te.]uiiedtojippeirata tescbioii of the l^obate 
• ourt tlienand theretobe holden, to showcaase 
if any there be, why the prajer of the said petl - 
tiouflioiild not be grauted and license gi i en to 
-i-ll !<iiid real estate, 

St. fan!, Aprils.', 1(*<'>5. 

• '^ R. F. CRf^WELL, 

sat-ai>rK-+t Judge of Probate- 



These Bitter? are prepared in pure Hourbor. 
Wliisk? fToma coml>ir.atioii of over twenty dU 
fereut kindtJ of 1 ootn, barka and herbs, which act 
In perfect coact one with the other, prepar«*d 
from the ongini! formula given by the preat 
chief, Red .laclt* t, to Dr. Chspln, who used theiii 
successfully In I Is practice for many yt-ars, and 
by their use gained so Rroat a populnrity in the 
treatment and ruru of Uy<i>ei)sl3, Liver Com- 
plaint, Connlpation, Sick and I^er.-ous Heiid 
ache. Fevor an! Ague, r.nd nil diseases ariHiue 
from torpid llv. r and mdipestion. Persons suf- 
ferine from eit »er of these luallisome dl^pa«ef 
will find a sure jure bv the use of these hitters, 
which are p.-rfectlv pur- and free from all those 
drugs and poisaai" usually put up in such propa 
tlonsaudpalmeJotfon au unxiiRpectIng public 
A single trial >'ill convinc<» the moot skeidlcai 
that In tlie KKt' JAf;KKT Ihere Ih virtue whicli 
BO other Bitten poasosH. 

Tl ey (itrengtlicu and iuvlgorate the system. 

They are unoc ualed for general debility. 

Tliey are a bu 'e cure for dyspepsia. 

They give a g )Od and healthy appetite, 

They assist difpstlon. 

'They are the bent gtimuisnt in existence. 

ITIiey are a pri'veulive of Fever and Ague. 

V'hey relieve (c.ngtlputiou. 

tJiey cure net nous headache. 

'lllHy are perl ;ctlv pure and palatable. 

Tfco Red Jack et Bitterc are sold in quart bot 
ties by all drupiintB and dealern throughout th<- 
sxMistr]'. CaUlor Ked .laelj.t and ta!-;e no other 
Clreulsrs to th« tri'le pnpp'ied i^rt apvil.ratiou ic 

21 nirrr Msr«>«>s, ChiCiSgo 

For sale by al L>ru?p.fts and Orocers. 
auT-eowdtwAmr-w lAinU 



MOatTW ACiiK MALE —Whereas, default 
ths been made In tbe conditions of a cer- 
tain iiiuri).'age executed by baihaniel Barber, 
mortgagor, to Cli«rlej« X. Jiaikubln, mortgagee, 
du. d tlie iwth day of Auguet, Ih58, and reterdea 
in the office of the Ufglxler of Ueed^ of kameey 
cuuiitv. In the Stsie ol Minoejota, on the Mn day 
of October, ItvJS, at 2 o.'clo<k P. m., In Book "N' 
of .Mortgag-'S, in pages »WI, tV^.; and oi.l, of snd 
upon the folIowing.do«ctlbod real estate.fitnate la 
» id KaniBey couniy, viz : Lois nunibeted twen- 
ty-eight (--S) and twenty Rine (W), ot Block num- 
brtr tweuty-onef.'l) in ftiackiibiu A Marhhal! e aa- 
dltlon to the ciiy ot Saint Paul, given to setnre 
the payment of ihree bundled and <lghty sevea 
ttnd;iO-lfO dollars and the interest thereon, ac- 
I'ordiuR to the terms of two certain promitsoiy 
uof.s in said mortgage described, executed bir 
Slid BarU-r 'o said Mackubiu; and vUereai, 
there is due a«:d unpaid 00 naid noieo and mort- 
gage, at the date ol this not iie, the «um ol «v« 
hundred dollars; and whereas, the raid mort- 
gage, together with the said notes thereby se 
cored, was duly BS--igned, transferred and deliv- 
ered, b, assisninent in wriUiig, dst.d the 17tB 
day of .March, iMkI, and duly it-ci^rded In tbe 01- 
lici- cf ihe Keglsier of Deeds of said Bamsav 
county on the IMh day cf March, 1X^5, in Book 
••B"of A'BlgnmenU, page l-'l, by F.llen M. Mar- 
kubiu, Adniiiiistraiilx of said C'harleg N. Marku- 
bin. hite deofused, lo Mary McCoy ; aud whereas, 
the tad Mary McCoy eld, on the 18th day of 
»;arch,iiK\.'i, pay to the Tieasuier < f ?aid Ramsey 
county the bum of twenty and M 100 dollars, tax- 
e( due ou ihe said mortga?ea pieuiisef ; and no 
prooeediugd or suit at law having been Instituted 
to roc >ver laid mortgage dt-bl, or any fart 
thereof: . , 

Now, therefore, notioe is hereby given that U 
pursuauce of the power of ^ale In -said mortgage 
contained, aud ol the statute in such case made 
and provided, the »ald mortgaged premUea 
above described, will be sold at puhllc anctioa 
to tho highest bidder for cash, by the Sheriff ot 
tald Bara.'ey county, on the biath day of M^, 
A. D. 18(»; at ten o'clock In the fotenoon, at Uie 
frontdoor ot tbe Court Houte in the clcy of St. 
Kaul, In said Ramsey county, to satisfy the i^aia 
d 'bt, taxes, and costs and expenses of such sale. 

Dated St. Paul, March r.Jd, 1Hd5. 

MARY MoCOY, Asslgaee. 

R B. Galcshs, Attorney for Assignee. 

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MA.Y !HAY ! ! 

BALED HAT FOR SALB, in qaanUUes to 
salt parobasers, and delivered ta any part Of tbe 
elty. 

laqalre at tl«e oflloe ot 

F^irr * JCEACHAM, 

m3S-lm* Upper Levee. 



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I take tbis mxthod ol informing m? late clients 
that with thee xcepti.jr. oi -o.-r;f ca"!- tpe.-ially 
dispoMd ol, all my paixjrs are ieft In ohartre of H 
L. MoSs and K. F. Croweli, Es^s.. St^PauL 



E." 



Attorney and Counselor at 
gey ward's Bio :k, Third street, 



Law. 



Office In 
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STAVE WW tmmmmmmimmmm — idi> ^l^' 
TltIe>T CoUkl l-X^K THt; S COKD JUDI- 
Cial. DISTKICT. KAMSKY COUNTY -»». 
WlUism McCouch against Edwin Clark, James 
Clark, .Mary Louisa Clark— Summons. 

\ U. 8. Revenue Stamp, ( 
{ Ui cents, cancelled. » 
The State of Minnesota 
To the atorc tuttiied Ve/endants .- 

Vou and each of you are hereby summoned and 
reuuln-d to answer the compUlnt in thi* actloa, 
which has r>.-en tiled In the office of the Clerk of 
this Court In Saint Paul, iu said Ramsey touBtv. 
and to serve a copy ol your answer to the sua 
complaint, ou the «»»«a'ber, at Uscrijee to SalBt 
Puurin said cx)uity, '"""b twenty «layssft^ 
the service ol tliU summons upp" you, exdnstve 
of the day of such service ; and If yoa fkUt® ••• 
swer the complaint within the time aforeaaid, 
Jhe Plaintiff In this aetloB will apply to tba 
Court for the rellet demanded In tbe oomplaUt. 
Dated Saint Paul, March ITtb. A. n. IMS. 
HENRY J. HORN, PlalnUrs AttorMT, 

Third street. St. Peal, Mlaa, 
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